Silymarin extract Manufacturer&supplier

  • Product Brand: HongHaoHerb
  • CAS           No:65666-07-1
  • Shelf        Life: 2 years
  • Appearance    :Yellow Brown Powder
  • Test    Method :HPLC
  • Used       part :Seed
  • Category Name: Herb Extracts

Ⅰ、 Product Description

Silymarin is a natural flavonoid lignan compound, which is a natural active substance extracted from the dried fruit of the Compositae plant Silymarin. Its main components are silybin, isotope Isosilybim, silydianin and silychristin. Silymarin is insoluble in water, easily soluble in acetone, ethyl acetate, methanol ethanol, and slightly soluble in chloroform.

Ⅱ 、Specification

PRODUCT NAME Silymarin extract
CAS No 65666-07-1
appearance Yellow Brown Powder
Test Method HPLC
Molecular formula C25H22O10

Ⅲ 、Function

  1. Scavenging reactive oxygen species.Milk thistle extract silymarin can directly scavenge reactive oxygen species, resist lipid peroxidation and maintain the fluidity of cell membrane.
  2. Hepatoprotective effect:Milk thistle extract silymarin has a protective effect on liver damage caused by carbon tetrachloride, galactosamine, alcohols and other hepatotoxins.
  3. Milk thistle extract silymarin has antitumor effect and anti cardiovascular effect
  4. Protective effect on cerebral ischemia injury:Milk thistle extract silymarin can improve the antioxidant capacity of the body and has a significant protective effect on cerebral ischemia injury.

Ⅳ 、Sample

  1. 5g for free
  2. Convenient DHL,FEDEX,UPS and EMS service

Ⅰ What is silymarin extract?

Silymarin  extract is an antioxidant compound taken from milk thistle seeds. It’s unclear what benefits, if any, it may have in the body, but it’s sometimes used as a natural treatment for things including cirrhosis, jaundice, hepatitis, and gallbladder disorders.

Ⅱ What are the side effects of silymarin?

Some of the common side effects of Silymarin are:
Nausea.
Diarrhea.
Intestinal gas.
Fullness or pain in the stomach.
Loss of appetite.
Rashes and itching.

Ⅲ How does silymarin extract help the liver?

Silymarin  is actually a group of flavonoids (silibinin, silidianin, and silicristin), which are thought to help repair liver cells damaged by alcohol and other toxic substances. Silymarin also protects new liver cells from being destroyed by these same toxins.

Ⅳ Is milk thistle the same as silymarin?

Milk thistle is native to Europe’s Mediterranean region. It now grows all over the world, including northern Africa, South Australia, and parts of North and South America. It’s sometimes called silymarin, which is one of the main components of the plant’s seeds.

Ⅴ What silymarin is good for?

One of the active ingredients in milk thistle called silymarin is extracted from the plant’s seeds. Silymarin is believed to have antioxidant properties. Milk thistle is sold as an oral capsule, tablet and liquid extract. People mainly use the supplement to treat liver conditions.

Ⅵ Is silymarin extract good for your liver?

Several scientific studies suggest that substances in milk thistle (especially a flavonoid called silymarin)protect the liver from toxins, including certain drugs, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol), which can cause liver damage in high doses. Silymarin has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Ⅶ Is silymarin extract safe to take?

Milk thistle is generally considered safe for most people at dosages up to 420 mg 3 times a day. However, it may cause allergic reactions, such as itching, headaches, and joint pain, or gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea or diarrhea.

Ⅷ Does silymarin have side effects?

Some of the common side effects of Silymarin are: Nausea. Diarrhea. Intestinal gas.

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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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