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|Name:||Apigenin 98%||Source:||Chamomile Extract|
|Color:||Yellow Powder||Another Source:||Celery Seed Extract|
|Original:||China||Appearance:||Light Yellow Fine Powder|
antimicrobial plant extracts,
pure herbal extracts
|Product name||Apigenin||Specification||Apigenin 1.2%, 3%, 90%, 95%, 98% tested by HPLC|
|Molecular weight||270.25||Molecular formula||C15H10O5|
|CAS NO||520-36-5||Appearance||Light yellow fine powder|
|Latin Name||Matricaria Recutita||Used part||
Apigenin is a polyphenol, and is one of the flavonoids found in many of the foods consumed by humans. Technically, it is a flavone with three OH groups on it. This compound is being widely studied for its anti-cancer properties. In particular, it has some anti-tumor properties that some other flavonoids lack.
Many fruits and vegetables contain this compound. It is reported to be at especially high levels in celery, parsley, Chinese cabbage, and bell peppers. Fruits that contain this flavonoid include cherries, apples, and grapes. It is also found in wine and tea, including chamomile.
Like most flavonoids, apigenin has anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-spasmodic properties, and acts as an antioxidant. It is the subject of intensive research for its biological properties. The most widespread research has been for its potential to fight cancer.
1. Chamomoile extract apigenin has long been used as an after-meal and bedtime drink;
2. Chamomile extract apigenin used for it's soothing effects and ability to support normal tone in the digestive tract;
3. Chamomoile extract apigenin used for a variety of ailments including: colic (especially in children), bloat,mild upper respiratory infections,premenstrual pain, anxiety and insomnia;
4. Chamomilr extract apigenin treat sore and chapped nipples in nursing mothers, as well as minor skin infections and abrasions. Eye drops made from these herbs are also used for tired eyes and mild ocular infections.