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Horsetail extract 

horsetail extract (Equisetum arvense L)

Botanical Source: Equisetum Arvense

Used Part: Root,Leaf

Specification: 7%, 2% Silica

                      4:1, straight powder

Appearance: Brown Yellow powder

Test Method: HPLC/TLC

 

Equisetum (horsetail, snake grass, puzzle grass) is the only living genus in Equisetaceae, a family of vascular plants that reproduce by spores rather than seeds. According to Herbs 2000, horsetail is related to plants that were around during the dinosaur era and are believed to have been as tall as 40 feet or more. In the middle Ages, horsetail clumps were used as scouring pads because of their silicon content.

 

Horsetail is an herbal supplement that contains the highest known content of silicon of any herb. Because of its silicon content, horsetail is well known in anti-aging beauty aids that are promoted by many of Hollywood's actors and actresses. Horsetail extract will also help you to heal quickly from conditions including sprains and torn ligaments, arthritis, tuberculosis and ulcers, and aid in maintaining healthy hair.

 

Main function:

1.Horsetail extract Silica acid has a good action on diuresis.
2.Horsetail extract can be used in relieving the pain caused by liver disease.
3. Horsetail extract can be a treatment of vomiting blood, cough, asthma and gonorrhea.
4. Horsetail extract is also used to stop the bleeding of wounds and promote rapid healing.
5.Horsetail extract is a folk remedy for kidney and bladder troubles, arthritis, bleeding ulcers, and tuberculosis.

 

Application:

1. Applied in the food field, it has become a new raw material which used in food and beverage industry;
2. Applied in the health product field;
3. Applied in the pharmaceutical field.

4.Applied in the dialy chemicals

 

 

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ANALYSIS

SPECIFICATION

RESULTS

Method&Reference

Appearance

Brown Yellow fine powder

Complies

Visual

Odor

Characteristic

Complies

Organoleptic

Tasted

Characteristic

Complies

Organoleptic

Assay(flavonoids) 

1% Min

1.56%

UV

Sieve Analysis

100% pass 80 mesh

Complies

USP<786>

Bulk density

40-65g/100ml

42g/100ml

USP<616>

Loss on Drying

5% Max.              

3.52%

USP<731>

Sulphated Ash  

5%Max

3.50%

USP<731>

Extract So ent 

Alcohol&Water

Complies

 

Heavy Metal

20ppm Max

Complies

AAS

Pb

2ppm Max

Complies

AAS

As

2ppm Max

Complies

AAS

Cd

1ppm Max

Complies

AAS

Hg

1ppm Max

Complies

AAS

Residual So ents

0.05% Max.

Negative

USP<561>

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