Citrus Aurantium Extract, Synephrine
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CODE:YYS-003  
NAMECitrus Aurantium Extract, Synephrine  
Category:Standard herbal extract
SIZE:6%
Effect:Lose weight、Regulate gastrointestinal tract

Product name: Citrus Aurantium Extract, Synephrine

Botanical source: Citrus aurantium L. or Citrus sinensis Osbeck.

Part Used: Fruits

Active Ingredient: Synephrine

CAS: 94-07-5

Molecular Formula: C9H13NO2

Molecular Weight: 167.207              

Specification: 4%,6%,10%

Appearance: Brown-yellow powder.

Test Method: HPLC

Brand: Yongyuan Bio.

Citrus Aurantium Extract Description: synephrine, chemical name called 2- methylamino -1- (4- hydroxyphenyl) - Ethanol, mainly extract from a fruit (Citrus aurantium). It has been collected in the Pharmacopoeia of the three countries of northern Europe and the German Pharmacopoeia. The foreign study found that synephrine can improve metabolism and increase energy consumption, also has slimming effect. so synephrine often as a nutritional supplement or food supplements are used to regulate appetite and body weight. After the FDA in 2004 banned the use of ephedrine in dietary supplements, synephrine as alternatives are being used more and more widely. Synephrine as one of important natural products of Citrus, was widely used in food, beverage, feed and cosmetics industries.

Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation

Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.

Packing: 1KG/Aluminum foil; 25KG/Drum.

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