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Naringin 95%-98% 

Naringin 98%

Product Name: Naringin 98%
Cas No.:
10236-47-2

Specification: 98%

Testing Method: HPLC

Appearance: Light yellow to off white powder

MF: C27H32O14

MW: 582.55

grapefruit seed extract naringin


Naringin is a dihydroflavonoid. Since there is no conjugate between the A ring and the B ring, there is a strong ultraviolet absorption peak at 282 nm, which makes naringin show various biological activities and pharmacological effects. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-cancer, anti-mutation, anti-allergic, anti-ulcer, analgesic, antihypertensive activities, can lower blood cholesterol, reduce the formation of blood clots, improve local microcirculation and nutrient supply, can be used to prevent heart and brain Vascular diseas.

 

Naringin Main function:

1.Grapefruit seed extract naringin is used to treat hundreds of adverse health conditions in humans and animals alike.

2.Grapefruit seed extract naringin can help prevent damage to human liver cells caused by chemotherapy medications.

3.Grapefruit seed extract naringin can be used externally as a disinfectant for both intact skin and to prevent infection in wounds.

4.Grapefruit seed extract naringin has anti-inflammatory analgesic, anti-viral, antibacterial and aldose reductase inhibitory effect of the eye.

5.Grapefruit seed extract naringin is used to treat a range of health problems related to free radical damage, including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

6.Grapefruit seed extract naringin is in high sweetness, low calorific value, non-toxic, and security features, can be used in food, medicine and daily chemical industry.

 

Naringin Application:

1.Applied in cosmetic field, as raw material to added into cosmetic, grapefruit seed extract naringin can delay skin aging.

2.Applied in food field, grapefruit seed extract naringin is mainly used in kinds of beverage, liquor and foods to enhance human immunity and anti-aging.

3.Applied in pharmaceutical field,grapefruit seed extract naringin is usually made into tablets, capsule and granule to warm the kidney, strengthen the spleen and enhance human immunity.

 

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