Milk Thistle Extract, Silymarin
NAMEMilk Thistle Extract, Silymarin  
Category:Standard herbal extract
Effect:protect liver

Product name: Milk Thistle Extract, Silymarin

Latin name: Silybum marianum(L.) Gaertn.

Part Used:Seeds

Active Ingredient: Silymarin

Specification: DAB10  EP6.0   USP3.2

Silymarin80% Silybin 20%;Silymarin 80% Silybin 30%

CAS No.:22888-70-6;65666-07-1

Molecular Formula:C25H22O10

Molecular Weight:482.4362

Appearance: Brown Yellow fine powder

Test Method: HPLC/UV

Brand:Yongyuan Bio.

Description: Silymarin is a kind of favonolignan compound,it is extracted from the seed capsule of composite plant Silybum marianum, yellow powder, bitter in taste.The main ingredients are: Silybin,Isosilybin, Silydianin, Silychristin, etc. It has the efficacy of liver protecting, improve the function of liver, promote biliation and diminish liver inflammation. As a kind of better antioxidant, it can clear free radical in human body, postpone senility. Silymarin can protect the liver from damage of alcohol, chemical toxicant, drug, food poison, environmental pollution; Accelerate liver cell regenerating and repairing. So it is called the natural liver-protection drug. In addition, Silymarin has the function of radiation hardening, arteriosclerosis preventing, and skin-aging delaying. It is widely used in drug, health products, food and cosmetics.

Milk Thistle Extract Function: Liver protective effect, antioxidation and antihyperlipidemics.

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

Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.


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