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honeysuckle flower extract 

Honeysuckle flower extract

Product Name: Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acid

Latin Name: Lonicera japonica.

Part used: Flower

Appearance: Brown Powder

Main Ingredients: Chlorogenic Acid

Specification: 10:1(TLC),  Chlorogenic 20%-98%

Function: Health protect

About Honeysuckle flower:

Lonicera japonica, the Japanese honeysuckle or suikazura is a species of honeysuckle native to eastern Asia including China, Japan and Korea. It is a twining vine able to climb up to 10 metres (33 ft) high or more in trees, with opposite, simple oval leaves 3–8 centimetres (1.2–3.1 in) long and 2–3 centimetres (0.79–1.18 in) broad. The flowers are double-tongued, opening white and fading to yellow, and sweetly vanilla scented. The fruit is a black spherical berry 3–4 millimetres (0.12–0.16 in) diameter containing a few seeds.This species is often sold by American nurseries as the cultivar 'Hall's Prolific' (Lonicera japonica var. halliana). It is an effective groundcover, and has pleasant, strong-smelling flowers. It can be cultivated by seed, cuttings, or layering. In addition, it will spread itself via shoots if given enough space to grow.

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Honeysuckle flower extract main function:

 1.Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acid have an effect on protection of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. 

2.Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acid can anti mutagenesis and anti-cancer.

3.Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acid have antilipemic effect.

4.Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acid can anti-leukemia.

5.Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acidhave immunity regulative effect.

6.Honeysuckle Flower Extract Powder Chlorogenic Acid can lowof blood sugar.

 

Honeysuckle flower extract application:

1. As raw materials of drugs for antican cer, anti-mutagenic and cardiovascular, it is mainly used in pharmaceutical field;

2. As active ingredients of products for antibacterial, boosting the immunity, lipid-lowering and blood sugar lowering, it is mainly used in health product industry;

3. As product for dispelling acne, soothing and anti-inflammatory, it is mainly used in cosmetic industry;

4. As a toothpaste additive and active ingredients of disinfectant products, it is used in daily chemicals industry.

 

Why Choose staherb honeysuckle flower extract chlorogenic acid?

 Changsha staherb Natural Ingredients Co., Ltd. specializes in the research,produce and sale for natural plant extracts, chemical intermediates, and chemical raw materials field many years. 

Staherb supplies good quality raw material and excellent service and for pharmaceuticals field, food field, health supplements field, cosmetics field, beverage field, natural pigment field etc. 
Staherb with advanced science research, modern management, good sales and after sales ability wins the satisfactions of clients from home and abroad.

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