Sell Safflower Extract.5:1. American saffron extracts. CAS. RN. NO:84604-17-1. Synonyms:Saffron Crocus Extract.

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Product Name: Safflower Extract.5:1. American saffron extracts. CAS. RN. NO:84604-17-1. Synonyms:Saffron Crocus Extract. Serie No: R-022
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: MDidea Extracts Professional
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Safflower Extract.5:1. American saffron extracts. CAS. RN. NO:84604-17-1. Synonyms:Saffron Crocus Extract.
. . . . . . . . Botanical Source:Carthamus tinctorius L. Serotonin Derivatives, Major Safflower, safflower seed extracts, leaves of Carthamus tinctorius, Carthamus tinctorius petals extract, flowers extract of Carthamus tinctorius,
. . . . . . . . Common Names&Synonyms: Flos Carthami Tinctorii, Safflower, Carthamus tinctorius, Alazor, Azafran, Beni-Bana, E''''Sfer, False Saffron, Habb Et Quirthim, Huang Lan, Hung Hua, Hung Lan Hua, Kasumba, Kesumba, Qurtum, Saffloer, Safflower, Yao Hua, pharm:Flores Carthami; Arabic:Asfour, Asfur, Usfur; Assamese:Kusumphul; Bengali:Kusumphul; Bulgarian:Saflor; Chinese(Cantonese) :Daaih huhng faa, Huhng laahn faa; Chinese(Mandarin) :Da hong hua, Hong lan hua; Catalan:Flors de cartam; Croatian:safranika, Bojadisarski bodalj; Danish:Farvetidsel, Safflor; Dutch:Saffloer; English:Safflower, Safflor, Bastard saffron; Esperanto:Tinktura kartamo; Farsi:Gul rang; Finnish:Saflori; French:Carthame, Safran batard; Gujarati:Kusumbo, Hindi:Kusam, Icelandic:Litunarkollur, Italian:Cartamo, Falso zafferano, Kannada:Kusube, Laotian:Kham nhong, Malayalam:Shinduram, Marathi:Kardai, Norwegian:Saflor, Oriya:Kusuma, Pahlawi:Zardak, Polish:Krokosz barwierski, Punjabi:Kusam, Russian:Saflor, Sanskrit:Kusumbha, Tamil:Kusumba, Telugu:Agnisikha, Thai:Kham nhong, Yiddish:Tseyfblum

Phytochemicals and Constituents of Saffflower:

Beta-farnesene, Cadienals, Heptenols, Hexenols, Pentenals, Penenols, (Z) -3-hexenyl-benzoate, (Z) -3-hexenyl-butyrate, (Z, z) -1,8,11-hepta-decatriene, (Z, z) -3,11-tridecatriene-5,7,9-triyne, (Z, z, z) -1,8,11,14-heptade-catetraene, 1,2,3-trimethoxy-5-methyl-benzene, 1-heptadecene, 1-hexadecene, 1-pentadecene , 1-tridecene, 2-hydroxyarctiin, 3-methylbutyric-acid, Alloaromadendrene, Alpha-cedrene, Alpha-copaene, Alpha-gurjunene, Alpha-muurolene, Alpha-phellandrene, Alpha-tocopherol, Beta-cyclocitral, Beta-ionone, Beta-selinene.
Carthamin, Carthamone, Caryophyllene, Caryophyllene-epoxide, Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Gamma-tocopherol, Germacrene-d, Humulene, Iron, Isocarthamin, Kaempferol-glycoside, Limonene, Luteolin-7-beta-d-glucoside, M-xylene, Magnesium, Manganese, Matairesinoside, Methylcinnamate, Mucilage, Neocarthamin, Niacin, Nonanal, O-xylene, P-cymene, P-xylene, Pent-1-en- 3-ol, Pent-3-en-2-one, Pentanol, Phenol, Phenylacetaldehyde, Phosphorus, Safflower-yellow, Safynol, Sd, Selenium, Serotobenine, Silicon, Terpinen-4 -ol, Tetracheloside, Tetradecene, Ubiquinone-9, Verbenone, Zinc.
Main constituents:Safflor flowers contain carthamin, a dye of flavonoid type, but no essential oil.
The plant is widely cultivated for an edible oil, which is extracted from the seeds. It contains triglycerides of the doubly unsaturated linoleic acid (70%) and the triply unsaturated linolenic acid (10%) ; the latter is, together with the comparatively high content of vitamine E (310 ppm) , responsible for the good reputation of safflower oil among nutrition scientists. Iodine index is rather high, ranging from 140 to 150.
The primary chemical constituents of Safflower include pigment (carthamone) , lignans, polysaccharide, and essential oil (arachic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid) . Safflower oil, which is rich in linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid) , is commonly used in cooking to aid in lowering cholesterol. The oil also contains a high concentrate of polyunsaturates. Polyunsaturates provide the raw material for prostaglandins, the hormone-like substances that function in cell membranes and molecular regulation.
Other Phytochemicals:carthamin; neocarthamin; precarthamin; catechol; pyrocatechol; ethyl acetate; pent-1-en-3-ol;2-hexanol;3-hexanol;3-methyl butyic acid;2-methyl butyic acid; phenyl acetaldchyde; nonanal; terpinen-4-ol; verbenone; decanal; benzothiazole; methyl cinnamate; alpha-cedrene; caryophyllene; E-beta-farnesene; humulene; Beta-ionone; Beta-selinene; dihydroactinididide; caryophyllene epoxide; Gamma-cadinene; palmitic acid; myristic acid; lauric acid; linoleic acid; beta-sitosterol-3-O-glucoside; oleic acid; linoleic acid, Polysaccharide, etc.

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Safflower:Administration and Guide:

Harvesting safflower flowers requires some care. The flowers are picked just as they begin to wilt and can be used fresh or dried. If they are to be dried, they must be kept away from sunlight during the drying process or they will lose their distinctive reddish-yellow color. Dried flowers are not normally kept more than one year.
Safflower flowers can be used alone or in formulas. They can be prepared as dried powder, tinctures, or decoctions. Used alone, a common daily dosage is 3 g of decoction or 1 g of powder. A standard infusion of safflower flowers uses 4!'C8 oz of dried flowers. A common Chinese formula that uses safflower flower is pseudoginseng and dragon blood formula. This formula is used to treat traumatic injuries such as sprains or fractures that are accompanied by pain and swelling. The role of the safflower flower in this formula is to move congealed blood and reduce pain.

Because safflower flower brings on menstruation, it should not be used by pregnant women. Large doses can cause spontaneous abortion. In addition, because safflower may prolong blood clotting time, it should not be given to patients with peptic ulcers or hemorrhagic illnesses.

Side effects:
The unprocessed oil of safflower seed can cause severe diarrhea.

Safflower flower is often used in conjunction with other Chinese herbs with no reported interactions. As of 2002, there are no reported interactions of safflower extract or oil with standard pharmaceuticals. Its use in dissolving clots, however, suggests that it should not be taken with allopathic medications given to thin the blood.

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Products Specifications and Supplying Conditions:
Description: Safflower P. E.
Plant Part Used: Safflower flower petals
Extract Ratio: 5:1
Serie Code: R-022
Expiration Date: 18~24Months in Good Condition
Storage Stock: Bulk in Stock
Pricing Terms: C&F; CIF; DDU; DDP.
Delivery Arrange: Soonest on the Day Confirmed
Appearance Showing: Light Red Yellow Fine Powder
Extracts State: Fine Crystal Powder
Mesh Size: 100% Pass 80 Mesh Screen
Color: Light Red Yellow
Odor and Smell: Charateristics
Taste Sense: Flavour with Characteristics
Bulk Density: 0.52g/ml.