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荷叶提取物荷叶碱

品名:荷叶提取物 
拉丁名:Folium Nelumbinis
有效成分:荷叶碱 1% 2% 5% 10% 50%,98%
检测方式:HPLC
提取溶剂:乙醇/水
CAS号:475-83-2
分子式:C19H21NO2
分子量:313.39082

荷叶碱是荷叶中的一种阿朴啡型生物碱,为荷叶中的主要降脂活性成分;以晒干粉碎的荷叶为原料,采用纤维素酶预处理、稀盐酸浸提、超声波辅助提取、氯仿萃取一系列方法提取而成。其中江西石城产区的荷叶含荷叶碱 。
中医学认为,荷叶性味苦涩,平,归肝、脾、胃、心经。有清暑利湿、升发清阳、凉血止血等功效。荷叶中的生物碱有降血脂作用、抗自由基、抑制高胆固醇血症和动脉硬化等药疗、食疗功效,而且还具有抗有丝分裂的作用,有较强的抑菌效果。

【英文名称】Nuciferin
【别名】(R)-1,2-Dimethoxyaporphine
【拉丁名称】folium nelumbinis
【分子式】C19H21NO2
【分子量】 295.376
【CAS号】475-83-2
【性状】高纯度的荷叶碱为米黄色至类白色结晶性粉末,纯度越高,色泽越浅。

功能一:
荷叶碱具有 的减肥功效

功能二:
荷叶碱拥有卓越的降脂保健作用

产品详询:13657416805

 

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