CAS No.: 73-03-0
Molecular Formula: C10H13N5O3
Molecular Weight: 251.24
Identification method:Mass, NMR
Analysis method:HPLC-DAD or/and HPLC-ELSD
About Cordycepin powder
Cordycepin (cordycepin) is also called the Chinese caterpillar fungus, cordyceps sinensis, cordyceps militaris, cordyceps sinensis and cordyceps militaris (especially nucleoside class) in the main active ingredient, and the first isolated from the fungus nucleoside antibiotic. Cordycepin a natural source of drugs, have medicine of traditional Chinese medicine cordyceps sinensis, Yin and Yang are the same with filling and two way regulation of human body balance
function; It in terms of protecting liver, kidney, runfei better because the ingredients is pure, and greatly tonifying qi
and blood, can eliminate now incurable pain, migraine, hyperplasia of cervical vertebra disease. From the standpoint of medicine with western medicine, cordycepin has the anti-tumor, anti-aging, antibacterial, antiviral, immunity,
improve metabolism, scavenging free radicals and other pharmacological effects, has a good prospect of
clinical application. Cordycepin is now become in the study of pharmaceutical chemistry, anti-aging, beauty,
health care products in the field of a very active field.
1.Applied in cosmetic field,cordyceps extract powder is used to reduce chloasma, age pigment and whelk;
2.Applied in food field,cordyceps extract powder is used as food additives added into many kinds of product;
3.Applied in pharmaceutical field,cordyceps extract powder used as the basic drugs to treat cerebrovascular disease.
1.Enhancing and strengthening of the immune system.
2.Increasing libido by stimulating the production of sex hormones.
3.Building muscles and improving physical performance.
4.Providing anti-aging and fatigue reducing effects.
5.Improving the respiratory function.
6.Enhancing cellular oxygen uptake.
7.Benefiting the vascular system.
8.Protecting liver and kidneys.
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