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Polydatin 

Polydatin

English name: Polydatin
Latin Name: Polygonum cuspidatum
Specification: 98% Polydatin
Use Part : Herb
Appearance: white fine powder
Mesh size: 100% pass 80 Mesh
Test Method: HPLC

What is Polydatin ?

Giant knotweed extract polydatin is the glycoside of resveratrol originally isolated from the Chinese herb Polygonum cuspidatum. The polydatin has been shown to inhibit platelet aggregation and elevate the ratios of LDL-C/HDL-C and TC/HDL-C. Myocardial cell, white blood cell, vascular smooth muscle cell, and endothelial cell studies report that polydatin can inhibit ICAM-1 expression, elevate Ca2+, weaken white blood cell-endothelial cell adhesion, and activate KATP channels.

 

Function:

1. Antibacterial, antithrombotic, antiinflammatory and antianaphylaxis

2. Preventing cancer, especially breast cancer, prostate cancer, endometrial cancer and ovary cancer, due to its estrogen role.

3. Antioxidation, delaying aging, preventing osteoporosis, acne(whelk) and dementia in the elderly.

4. Lowering cholesterin and the blood viscosity, reducing the risk of arteriosclerosis, cardio-cerebrovascular disease and heart disease

5. Owning good efficacy for treatment of AIDS

 

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Item name

Polygonum cuspidatum extract

 

 

Appearance     

White crystalline powder

Part of used

Root

Test Method      

HPLC

Active ingredient

Polydatin

Specs Available

50-99%

CAS NO.

65914-17-2

Molecular Weight

390.38

Molecular Formula

C20H22O8

Sulphated Ash

<3.0%

Loss on drying 

<3.0% 

Total Plate Count

<1000cfu/g 

Yeast&Mold 

<100cfu/g

E.Coli

Negative

S.Aureus

Negative  

Salmonella

Negative

Pesticides

Negative

 

Shelf life

2 years

Package

25kg/fiber drum

Storage

Store in cool and dry places. Keep away from strong light.

Items

Specification

Appearance

White powder

Odor

Characteristic

Taste

Characteristic

Mesh size

Pass 80 mesh

Loss on drying

≤5%

Heavy metals

<10ppm

As

<1ppm

Pb

<3ppm

Assay

Result

Total Plate Count

<1000cfu/g

Yeast & Mold

<100cfu/g

E.Coli

Negative

Salmonella

Negative

 

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