Sophora Flavescens Root Powder

Sophora Flavescens Root Powder

Main Ingredient Content: 98% Matrine
Test Method: by HPLC
Main Functions´╝Ü1.Heat-clearing and damp-drying drug 2.Insecticidal 3.Diuresis and etc.
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Product Details

Sophora Flavescens Root Powder


Specifications

Product: Sophora Flavescens Root Powder/Shrubby Sophora Extract

Appearance: White acicular or prismatic crystals

Odor: Bitter

Characteristics and Stability: Can't be mixed with alkaline substance

Main Ingredient Content: 98% Matrine

Test Method: by HPLC

Matrine Molecular Formula: C15H24N2O

Matrine Cas NO: 519-02-8


Functions&Benefits

1. Beauty and Skin Care

It has the function of clearing heat, drying dampness and killing insects. Sophora flavescens bath can remove the dampness and heat of the lower char, kill insects and stop itching. It has a good alleviating effect on skin itching. Plant Chinese herbal medicine can balance oil secretion, dredge and converge pore, remove endotoxin impurities in skin, enrich herbal nutrition, promote the growth and repair of damaged blood vessel and nerve cells, and restore subcutaneous capillary cell activity. Strength, skin re-compact and smooth, play the role of beauty and skin care.

2. Whitening Effect

Total alkaloids of matrine and Oxymatrine have obvious whitening effect, and have obvious therapeutic effect on leukopenia caused by cyclophosphamide, X-ray and cobalt ray irradiation.

3. Anti-inflammatory Effect

Matrine can inhibit auricle swelling induced by croton oil, abdominal exudation induced by acetic acid and carrageenan pad swelling induced by carrageenan in rats.


Application

1. Super Cosmetics

2. Medicine


Packaging

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


Storage

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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