Fisetin powder Manufacturers &supplier

  • Product Brand: HongHaoHerb
  • CAS           No:528-48-3
  • Shelf        Life: 2 years
  • Appearance    :yellow powder
  • Test    Method :HPLC
  • Used       part :Branch
  • Category Name: Plant Extract

Ⅰ、 Product Description

Fisetin, is a polymer pharmaceutical raw material. Urushiflavin comes from Populus tomentosa, an evergreen shrub or small tree in the yellow poplar family. It has a variety of benefits, such as antioxidant, anticancer and neuroprotective effects. This product is extracted from Rhus succedanea L

Ⅱ、 Specification

Product Name  Fisetin
CAS No 528-48-3
Appearance Yellow-Green Powder
 Source Rhus succedanea L
Molecular formula C15H10O6

Ⅲ、 Function

  1. Inhibition of prostaglandin: it can inhibit the formation of prostate cord in fibroblasts of 3T3 mice transformed from methylcholanthrene
  2. Enzyme inhibition: it can inhibit the whole sugar reductase of rat lens
  3. Antispasmodic: the antispasmodic effect of acetylcholine on mouse small intestine specimens is 166% of that of papaverine.
  4. Lacquerin in vegetables and fruits helps improve memory.
  5. Anti aging

Ⅳ、 Sample

  • 5-10g sample for free
  • Convenient DHL, FEDEX, UPS and EMS service

Ⅰ What are the benefits of taking fisetin powder?

Preclinical studies showed that a diet supplemented with fisetin reduced many measurements of cellular senescence including decreased inflammation, age-related pathologies and tissue dysfunction. It even extended lifespan in animals. Fisetin can also function as an antioxidant to lower oxidative stress in tissues.

Ⅱ What is the best source of fisetin powder?

Strawberries are the best source of fisetin, but scientists colloquially suggest you’d need to eat 37 strawberries to get an adequate dose. The next best sources of fisetin are mangoes and cucumber with the skin left on; it can also be obtained from apples, persimmons, kiwi, peaches, grapes, tomatoes, and onions.

Ⅲ How much fisetin should I take daily?

There is no safety data for fisetin supplementation in humans, though no toxicity in animals has been reported. Two studies in Japanese women suggest an average daily intake of 400-800mg was safe; however, this was conducted from food surveys (Kimira et al, 1998; Arai et al, 2000).

Ⅳ Can you take fisetin everyday?

There is no safety data for fisetin supplementation in humans, though no toxicity in animals has been reported. Two studies in Japanese women suggest an average daily intake of 400-800mg was safe; however, this was conducted from food surveys (Kimira et al, 1998; Arai et al, 2000).

Ⅴ How long should I take fisetin?

Sources and dosing: Fisetin is available from many vitamin sources online. The senolytic clinical trials are using 20mg/kg/day for five days.

Ⅵ What does fisetin do for the brain?

Fisetin has now been shown in preclinical models to be effective at preventing the development and/or progression of multiple neurological disorders including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, stroke (both ischemic and hemorrhagic) and traumatic brain injury

Ⅶ Can you take too much fisetin?

Importantly, no adverse effects of fisetin have been reported, even when given at high doses. Thus, our results suggest that supplementation or even intermittent treatment with this safe, natural product could improve healthy aging, even in elderly individuals.

Notice: The above questions and answers are from the Internet and are for reference only. Please consult your doctor for specific circumstances.

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