What kind of plant is Resveratrol CAS 501-36-0 extracted from?

- Dec 24, 2020-

Resveratrol CAS 501-36-0 and emodin are the key components in Polygonum cuspidatum. Speaking of Polygonum cuspidatum, many people may not be very familiar with it. It belongs to one of the green plants of the Polygonaceae.

Resveratrol

Polygonum cuspidatum

The greater effect of Polygonum cuspidatum is the medical use value of the extract. It has a very good therapeutic effect against cardiovascular diseases and liver and gallbladder diseases. It can also cure fungal infections , whose application is very common. Today the key is to grasp the useful effects of Polygonum cuspidatum extract.

Polygonum cuspidatum extract

Polygonum cuspidatum is one of the green plants in the Polygonaceae. It originally grew and developed in the Asia-Pacific region and is widespread throughout my country. Polygonum cuspidatum is used in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine to treat various diseases, including fungal infections, various skin fungal infections, cardiovascular diseases, and liver and gallbladder diseases. Scientific research shows that resveratrol CAS 501-36-0 and emodin mainly exhibit general antioxidant properties, such as air oxidation of LDL cholesterol and lipid peroxidation. Resveratrol also shows information that it is beneficial to cardiovascular health, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, relieving pain, clearing away heat, detoxifying and removing dampness, detoxifying and removing phlegm. Other ingredients include tananthrone, emodin methyl ether and berberine all have anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritis and anti-microbial species specificity.

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