Passiflora Coerulea L. Extract
Passiflora Coerulea L. Extract is a whole herb extract of Passiflora incarnata L.
Product Source: The whole herb
Appearance: Brown Yellow Fine Powder
Main Ingredient Content: 4% Flavone
Test Method: by UV
1. Promotion of digestion
Passiflora Coerulea L. Extract has a stagnation effect on smooth muscle in the intestine. It can increase appetite, promote secretion of digestive gland, and help digestion.
2. Lowers blood lipids, prevents arteriosclerosis, lowers blood pressure, prevents cell aging
It has a neuroleptic effect and can improve sleep. Passionflower is a well-known herb in Europe for the treatment of insomnia and anxiety. The researchers found that Passionflower has a complex effect on the central nervous system (CNS), which should be the main reason for its comprehensive neurological stability. Passionflower extract has a calming effect and conforms to the body's natural mechanism of physiotherapy. There are no side effects such as liver and kidney damage, dizziness, headache, memory loss and other common sedatives.
3. Anti-cancer, anti-aging
Passionflower extract contains a variety of vitamins, which can lower blood lipids, prevent arteriosclerosis and lower blood pressure. It contains up to 165 compounds, 17 kinds of amino acids and anti-cancer active ingredients, which can prevent cell aging, cancer, anti-aging, and nourish the skin.
1. Food field
2. Pharmaceutical field, mainly to treat cough, phlegm, wind-heat dizziness, nasal congestion and runny nose.
3. Cosmetic field, use it as a major component of the lips and lipstick received more acclaim.
Standard Packed in Fiber Drums with Two Plastic Bags Inside
Weight: G.W: 28KGS/Drum; N.W: 25KG/Drum
Drum Size & Volume: I.D.35cm x H51cm; 0.075 Cubic Meter/Drum
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Stored in a cool and dry well-closed container, the temperature should be lower than 25 centigrade; the relative humidity should not exceed 50%
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