Siberian Ginseng Extract.
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Product Name: Siberian Ginseng Extract. Eleutherosides 0.8%1.0%HPLC. CAS RN:39432-56-9. Eleutheroside E:CAS RN:39432-56-9. Eleutheroside B:Syringin:. CAS. RN. NO:118-34-3; M. F. :C17H24O9 Serie No: S-032
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: MDidea Extracts Professional
Quality/Safety Certifications:GMP Price Terms:EXW, CNF, CIF.
Minimum Order:1~25kilos Payment Terms:Transfer.
Delivery Lead Time:1~3 days Supply Ability:500kilos+
Siberian Ginseng Extract. Eleutherosides 0.8%1.0%HPLC. CAS RN:39432-56-9. Eleutheroside E:CAS RN:39432-56-9. Eleutheroside B:Syringin:. CAS. RN. NO:118-34-3; M. F. :C17H24O9
Eleutheroside E:CAS RN:39432-56-9.
Eleutheroside B:Syringin:. CAS. RN. NO:118-34-3; M. W. Molecular Formula:C17H24O9; M. F. Molecular Weight:372.37.
Synonyms:eleutheroside B; Syringinenin; Syrigin; Lilacin; Ligustrin; Magnolenin A; Methoxyconiferine; . beta. -Terpineol; Syringoside; NSC287441; Eleutheroside B; Ligustrin (VAN) ; Methoxyconiferine; Syringenin; beta-Terpineol;
Botanical Source:Eleutherococcus senticosus (or Acanthopanax senticosus) ; Eleutherococcus senticosus (Rupr. and Maxim) Maxim. Eleutherococci radix
. . . . . . . . Common Names&Synonyms:Siberian Ginseng, Ciwujia, Devil's Shrub, Touch-Me-Not, Ussurian thorny pepper-bush. Russian Ginseng, Russian Root, Shigoka, Siberian Ginseng, Taiga, Thorny Pepperbush, Wild Pepper, Eleuthero
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Pharmacopeial Name: Eleutherococci radix
Properties: Adaptogenic, anti-aggregatory, anti-diabetic, anti-edema, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative effects on leukemia cells in vitro (Bradley, 1992; Hacker and Medon, 1984) , anti-stress (Takasugi, 1985) , endocrine, endurance-enhancing, hypoglycaemic, hypotensive, immunomodulator, immunoprotective, immunostimulant, platelet aggregation-inhibiting, radiation protection (Yonezawa, 1989) , restorative, stimulant, tonic, vasodilator.
Specifications and Supplying Conditions:
Siberian Ginseng P. E. EleutherosideB+E0.8%HPLC
Description: Siberian Ginseng P. E.
Plant Part Used: Dried Root.
Content Standardized: EleutherosideB+E.0.8%,1.0%,1.2%HPLC
Serie Code: S-032
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: Yellow Brown Fine Powder
Extracts State: Fine Crystal Powder
Mesh Size: 100% Pass 80 Mesh Screen
Color: Yello Brown
Odor and Smell: Charateristics.
Taste Sense: Flavour with Characteristics.
Bulk Density: 0.54g/ml.
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Siberian Ginseng Mode of Action:
The extract of Eleuthrococcus has increased physical performance in both humans and mice. In hen and piglets increased growth and survival rate was accomplished by the use of Eleuthrococcus extract. In rat studies their increased protein anabolism was demonstrated in organ and muscle tissue. The extract has increased thermostability upon heat exposure in humans and increase immunocompetent cells particularly T cells. The increase of T cells was accents for helper/inducer cells, but also increased cytotoxic and natural killers cells numbers. A general enhancement of the activation state of the T cells was seen. It is considered that these action function on influence in the pituitary-adrenocortical systen similar to Asian Ginseng.
Increase catecholamine concentrations in the adrenals and brain of rats after oral consumption of the extract suggest an explanation for stress tolerance. Polysaccharides in Eleuthrococcus have been shown to have immunostimulating activity, with increased phagocytosis in vitro and in vivo. One dramatic study demonstrated that children with Shigella and Proteus recovered faster when given Eleuthrococcus extract along with antibiotics in contrast to antibiotics by themselves.
Siberian Ginseng extract has been shown to double the survival time of mice during chronic irradiation of up to 7,000 rads. Used along with chemotherapy it have been shown to reduce side effects. It has been shown to have a hypoglycemic effect.
Eleuthrosides B, D, and E were shown to aid recovery after sexual stress. It was also found to strengthen seminal vesicles and prostates in mice. In females, the activation rate of steroidal receptors was higher in the uterus (including response to estrogen) when Eleuthrococcus was ingested.
Other area that have shown possitive effect from Siberian Ginseng extract are: immune system of cancer patients, working capacity, heart structure in myocardial infarctions, arrhythmias and other heart diseases, diabetes, antimicrobial action and prenatal prevention of congenital developmental anomalies. It has also been shown to produce antiedemic, diuretic, antihypertensive and antiinflammatory effect.
Phytochemicals and Constituents of Siberian Ginseng:
Active constituents: The constituents in eleuthero that have received the most attention are the eleutherosides.
The active constituents in eleuthero are known as eleutherosides. The eleutherosides are actually a diverse group of quite different compounds and include:
Lignans : Eleutherosides D & E (syringaresinols) and B4 (sesamin)
Phenylpropane derivatives including Eleutheroside B (syringin) , caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid
Coumarins including Eleutheroside B1 & Isofraxidin.
Sterins including Eleutheroside A (daucosterin) .
Eleuthero contains phenolics, polysaccharides, and eleutherosides A-G, the total content ranging between 0.6~0.9%. Eleutherosides B, B1, and E are representative of three classes of compounds collectively called eleutherosides. Other constituents include phenylpropanoids, lignans, coumarins, polysaccharides, and sugars. A review of the chemistry of eleuthero with 29 chemical structures has been published.
1. Seven primary eleutherosides have been identified, with most of the research attention focusing on eleutherosides B and E
2. Eleuthero also contains complex polysaccharides (a kind of sugar molecule) .
3. These constituents play a critical role in eleuthero ability to support immune function. :Glycosides (Eleutherosides) , resins