Chinese Fevervine Herb extract
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CODE:YYR290  
NAMEChinese Fevervine Herb extract  
Category:Ratio herbal extract
SIZE:10:1

Product name:Chinese Fevervine Herb extract

Latin Name: Herba Paederiae

Plant Source: The Whole Herb of Paederia scandens ( Lour ). Merr.

Appearance: Brown Fine Powder

Specification: 10:1

Test Method: TLC

Brand:Yongyuan Bio.

Active ingredient: asperuloside,paederoside,scanderoside,paederosidic acid, deacetylasperuloside.

Chinese Fevervine Herb extract introduction: Paederia scandens(Lour.)Merr. are the herbaceous plants of the Paederia genus of Rubiaceae. Named for rubbing it has droppings smell. Fevervine was widely distributed in the area south of the Yangtze River in China, and the civil application has a long history, so there are records about it in the history of ancient Chinese medical books and local Pharmacopoeia, and name of records are different. Paederia has about 40 species around the world, mainly distributed in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, Chinese etc.. There are 11 species in China, the south district of Yangtze River has the distribution, there are 2 species and 1 varieties in Hainan, respectively are P.scan-dens, P.scandens var.tomentosa and P.stenobotrya.

Application: Applied in foods field, beverages field, cosmetics field, health products field.

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

Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.

Packing:25KG/Drum.

We specialized in  manufacture and export of herbal extract with high quality and competitive price.
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