Study on the Biological Activity of Magnolia Bark Extract

- Oct 09, 2020-

Antibacterial effect:

Magnolia Bark Extract is a natural broad-spectrum antibiotic.

The extract has antibacterial effect, its antibacterial components are stable.

vitro experiments show that Magnolia Bark extract has inhibitory effects on pneumococcus, hemolytic streptococcus, staphylococcus, E. coli, etc.

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Magnolol has a strong antibacterial effect, it has obvious effects on dysentery bacillus, typhoid bacillus and carious bacteria, among which the effect on carious bacteria is particularly prominent.

It has multiple skin care effects. Magnolia Bark Extract can be used in whitening and anti-acne and anti-inflammatory creams. Creams, facial masks and other cosmetics. It can also be used in shampoo, shower gel, chewing gum. Toothpaste, mouthwash and other daily chemical products, with anti-dandruff Itching, healthy hair follicles, antibacterial, whitening, etc., it can effectively fight oral cariogenic bacteria, periodontal pathogens, bad breath bacteria, etc., which have the effects of preventing dental plaque, gingivitis, preventing caries, and preventing bad breath.

Magnolol and honokiol have the effect of resisting a variety of pathogenic fungi. They can obviously inhibit human Candida albicans, Aspergillus niger, epidermal flocculent fungus, Trichophyton flavum, Microsporum gypsum, etc.

Magnolol has higher anti-skin fungal activity than streptomycin sulfate and higher anti-stereophyte activity than amphotericin B.

Through two analgesic experiments (the effect of magnolol on the tail-flick response of mice caused by heat pain, the effect of acetic acid on the writhing response of mice) and three anti-inflammatory experiments (the effect of magnolol on the increase of acetic acid in mice The effect of abdominal capillary permeability, the effect of carrageenan-induced plantar swelling in mice, and the effect of xylene-induced ear swelling in mice) proved that magnolol has analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.

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