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Costinus Coggygria Fisetin, The Most Powerful Herb for Your Health
Urushiflavin is a flavonoid compound, which is insoluble in water, carbon tetrachloride and petroleum ether, soluble in acetone, acetic acid and other solvents, and also exists in vegetables and fruits, such as apples, persimmons, grapes, macaques, strawberries, onions and cucumbers. Urushiflavin has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and other pharmacological properties, and its molecular formula is C15H10O6.
1. Urushiflavin optimizes brain health by:
Initiate the anti oxygen mechanism to protect brain cells from damage.
Strengthen the content of glutathione in brain cells, further protect the brain, optimize the body and strengthen cell energy.
ü Support the growth of new brain cells.
ü Stimulate and help the brain circuits and brain signal pathways related to long-term memory function.
2. Anti tumor
In recent years, the role of urushiflavin in anti-tumor has attracted people's attention. Studies have shown that urushillin can play an anti-tumor role by inducing tumor cell apoptosis, affecting tumor cell signal transduction pathway, inhibiting tumor cell proliferation, inhibiting tumor cell migration and invasion.
3. Anti cancer effect
The researchers compounded the drug carrier with the extract of Rhus verniciflua containing urushiflorin, xanthophyllin, endosperm and purple riveting to obtain a composition with anti-cancer activity. The activity experiment showed that the extract of Rhus verniciflua has the effect of anti human lung cancer cells, anti uterine cancer cells, anti human skin cancer cells and human colon cancer cells. The main mechanism is to induce the organs of cancer cells to differentiate into normal cells by transforming cancer cell genes.
4. Anti oxidation
Urushiflavin is a biological flavonoid antioxidant, which can help maintain glutathione level and mitochondrial function under oxidative stress. It may cross the blood-brain barrier, which may help maintain neuronal function.
Urushiflavin can support the antioxidant pool of the human body by directly scavenging the activity of free radicals and enhancing the level of glutathione. In vitro studies have shown that urushiflavin can support glutathione, a very active antioxidant naturally present in human body, by providing cysteine (a component of glutathione) to cells or enhancing the synthesis of glutathione. Urushiflavin may help regulate the production of many proteins, which are involved in protecting the human body from oxidative stress and maintaining redox homeostasis