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angelica extract 

Angelica extract Ligustilides1%-3%

Product Name: Angelica Extract/Angelica Root Extract

Part used: Root

Appearance: Brown fine powder

Specification:  Ligustilides1%-3% 

Test Method: HPLC

Color: Brown fine powder

About Angelica herb.

Angelica is an aromatic herb that grows in China, Korea, and Japan. The reputation of Angelica is second only to Ginseng and is considered the ultimate, all-purpose woman's  tonic herb. Angelica is used for almost every gynecological

complaint from regulating the menstrual cycle to treating menopausal symptoms caused by hormonal changes.   

Angelica is a good remedy for colds, coughs, pleurisy, wind, colic, rheumatism and diseases of the urinary organs, 

and it is generally used as a stimulating expectorant, combined with other expectorants the action of which is 

facilitated, and to a large extent diffused, through the whole of the pulmonary region. It is also a useful agent for

feverish conditions,acting as a diaphoretic.The dried root of Angelica sinensis is commonly known as Chinese 

angelica and is widely used in Chinese traditional medicine for gynecological ailments, fatigue, mild anemia and  

high blood pressure. 


What is Angelica Extract? 

Natural angelica sinensis extract - a traditional Chinese herbal Extract for the symptoms of PMS.In Asia, dong quai's

reputation is perhaps second only to ginseng. Predominantly regarded as a 'female' remedy,dong quai has been usedin such conditions as painful menstruation,and for menopausal symptoms.Scientific investigation has shown dongquaiproduces a balancing effect on estrogen activity and a tonic effect on the uterus, normalising uterine contractions. 

Dong quai is generally quite safe. However, because it does contain photoreactive substances, overexposure to

sunlight should be avoided. 



Functions of  Angelica Extract

1. Curing heart-throb,megrim and injuries from falls and also enriching the blood. 

2. Providing energy,vitality,and resistance to disease. 

3. Treating anemia,boils,headaches,venous problems,low im-munity,and problems of peripheral blood flow. 

4. Regulating female hormones,in the treatment of most menstrual and menopausal problems and in pregnancy and 


5. preventing spasms,relaxing vessels,and reducing blood clotting in peripheral vessels. 

(6). Antioxidant and free radical scavenging. 


Application of Angelica Extract

1.Chinese Angelica Sinensis Extract Powder are applied in pharmaceutical field, Salvianolic Acid Bis mainly used

 as raw material for clearing heat, anti-inflammation, detumescence and increasing coronary flow.

2.Chinese Angelica Sinensis Extract Powder are applied in food additives, it owns the effect of antifatigue, anti-aging and nourishing brain.

3.Chinese Angelica Sinensis Extract Powder are applied in cosmetics field, it owns the effect of whitening, anti-aging,anti-wrinkle,anti-oxidant, activating skin Cells, making skin more tender and firm.


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