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Emodin

Epimedium extract icariin 

Epimedium extract icariin

Product Name: Epimedium Extract
CAS No.: 489-32-7
Molecular Formula: C33H40O15 
Active ingredients: Icariin, Icariins
Specification: Icariin 5%-98%   
Use Part : Leaf 
Appearance: Brown powder
Mesh size:80 Mesh
Test Method: HPLC

Epimedium extract is prepared from Epimedium grandiflorum,Epimedium extract, also known as horny goat weed extract has been used to treat male erectile dysfunction. Epimedium extract powder icariin can increase the production of sperm, stimulate the sensing nerves, and indirectly promote sexual desire. Epimedium extract is ideal for adding to sexual enhancement formulas.

 

Epimedium extract main function:

(1) Stimulate nervous system, promoting sexual function.
(2) Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antitussive, anti-asthmatic and eliminating phlegm.
(3) Tonifying kidney and boosting male virility, alleviating rheumatism, strengthening the muscles and bones.
(4) Lowering blood pressure and blood sugar.
(5) Anti-cancer and enhancing immunity
(6) Restraining staphylococcus and delaying aging.

 

Epimedium extract Application:

1. Applied in food field, it is mainly used as food additives, it also can be added into many kinds of product;
2. Applied in health product field, it has good effect for cardiovascular diseases and cancer;
3. Applied in pharmaceutical field, it can be used to prevent variety of cardiovascular disease.

 

For more product information pls contact email sales09@staherb.cn

 

Basic Information

Product name

Epimedium P.E

Plant Latin name

Epimedium brevicomum Maxim.

Used part

Leaves and stem

Assay

Icariin 40.00%

Organoleptic

Appearance

Fine Powder

Color

Brownish green

Odor

Characteristic

Taste

Characteristic

Drying Method

Vacuum drying

Excipient

None

Physical Characteristics

Particle Size

100%Through 80 mesh

Loss on Drying

5.0%

Ash content

5.0%

Heavy metals

Total Heavy Metals

≤10ppm

Arsenic

≤0.5ppm

Pb

≤1.0ppm

Microbiological Tests

Total Plate Count

≤1000cfu/g

Total Yeast & Mold

≤100cfu/g

E.Coli

Negative

Salmonella

Negative

Staphylococcus

Negative

 

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