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Extract for Thyroid

We take pride in introducing ourselves as the renowned manufacturer, exporter and supplier of Extract for Thyroid. The offered range is processed using the best quality ingredients by our professionals. It is used to reduce high cholesterol and help in fighting against tumors. Moreover, it is highly appreciated for healing urinary tract infections in an efficient way. The offered product is highly admired for its effectiveness and longer shelf life.



Peony Root Extract

Peony Root Extract

Item Code: QPL00900025

We are an eminent manufacturer, exporter and supplier of a wide range of premium quality Peony Root Extract. Peony is a plant. The root and, less commonly, the flower and seed are used to make medicine. Peony is sometimes called red peony and white peony. This does not refer to the color of the flowers, which are pink, red, purple, or white, but to the color of the processed root. Peony is used for gout, osteoarthritis, fever, respiratory tract illnesses, and cough. Women use peony for menstrual cramps, polycystic ovary syndrome, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and for starting menstruation or causing an abortion. It is also used for viral hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, upset stomach, muscle cramps, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), and to cause vomiting. Peony is also used for spasms, whooping cough (pertussis), epilepsy, nerve pain (neuralgia), migraine headache, and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). People apply peony to the skin for healing cracked skin, especially cracks around the anus (anal fissures) that sometimes occur with hemorrhoids.

 

How does it work?

 

  • Peony might block chemicals produced by the body that can cause muscle cramps. It may also prevent blood clotting and act as an antioxidant

 

Uses:

 

  • Muscle cramps. Developing research suggests that taking a specific combination of peony and licorice (Shakuyaku-kanzoh-to) might ease muscle cramps in people with liver cirrhosis and in people undergoing hemodialysis

  • Gout.

  • Osteoarthritis.

  • Breathing problems.

  • Cough.

  • Skin diseases.

  • Hemorrhoids.

  • Heart trouble.

  • Stomach upset.

  • Spasms.

  • Nerve problems.

  • Migraine headache.

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).

  • Other conditions

 

Peony appears to be POSSIBLY SAFE for short-term use, up to 4 weeks. It can cause stomach upset. It can cause a rash when it comes in contact with the skin of sensitive people.

 

Special Precautions & Warnings:

 

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Peony is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy. Some developing research suggests that peony can cause uterine contractions. However, other research suggests a combination of peony and Angelica might be safe. Until more is known, don’t use peony if you are pregnant. Also avoid peony if you are breastfeeding. Not enough is known about the safety of using peony if you are nursing

  • Bleeding Disorders: Because peony might slow blood clotting, there is a concern that it might increase the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders. Don’t use it if you have a bleeding disorder.

 

Surgery:

 

  • Peony might slow blood clotting, so there is a concern that it could increase the chance of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using peony at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery

 

Product Details:

 

  • Latin Name: Paeonia lactiflora Pall
  • CAS No.: 23180-57-6
  • Active Ingredient: Paeoniflorin
  • Specifications: 2%-10%
  • Test Method: HPLC

 

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Hawthorn Extract

Hawthorn Extract

Item Code: QPL00000085

We are a prominent manufacturer, exporter and supplier of a wide gamut of Hawthorn Extract to our precious clients. Hawthorn (Crataegus oxyacantha), a rose family member popularly planted along hedges to deter trespassers with its prickly branches, has heart-healthy properties that ancient Greeks and Native Americans recognized centuries ago. Its modern reputation as a healing agent dates to Victorian times, when an Irish physician's secret heart formula was ultimately revealed to contain a tincture made from the bright red berries. We are offering the entire range at reasonable costs.

Product Details:

  • Latin Name: Crataegus Pinnatifida Bge
  • CAS No.: 482-36-0
  • Active Ingredient: Hyperosides Total Flavonoids
  • Specifications: 12:1
  • Test Method: TLC

 

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Cyperus Rhizome Extract

Cyperus Rhizome Extract

Item Code: QPL00000027

In the traditional system, it was used both in its fresh and dry form. It is also mentioned in literature pertaining to Arabian and Persian medicines. It was known to heal ulcers and sores. Dioscorides mentions its use as a diuretic in the treatment of ulcers, as an emmenagogue and an ingredient in warm plasters. It was used as a perfume and an aromatic.

Cyperus Rhizome was held in high esteem by the ancient sage’s of India. This super bulb has been used throughout the ages for the treatment of numerous illnesses. It enjoys an important place among medicinal herbs in India since ancient times. Vagbhata has admired it as the drug of choice for any type of fever. He has also mentioned it as dipaniya – an appetizer, pacaniya- digestant and sangrahi – anti – diarrhoeal. Maharishi Charaka has categorized it as trptighna – anti-saturative, trsna nigra – haniya – thirst relieving, lekhaniya – reducing herb, kandughna – anti-pruritic and stany sodhana – lactodepurant herb. It is also well known for its amapacaka – digests ama and svedala – diaphoretic properties.

The plant grows all over India upto 2000 meters altitude, especially on the banks of streams and rivers. A perennial herb grows 0.33-1 metre tall, branches long and with three edges,. The spiklets in compound umbels are 5-20 cm long. The rhizomes are blackish, hard, fragrant tubers and aerial stems triquetrous. The fruits are small, ovoid and the seeds tiny, numerous.

The botanical name of Cyperus Rhizome  is Cyperus rotundus and it belongs to family Cyperaceae. The essential oil from the plant contains at least 27 components comprising sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, epoxides, ketones, monoterpene and aliphatic alcohols and some unidentified constituents, copadiene and  epoxyquaine. The rhizomes contain sitosterol, cyperene, seniline, cyperenone and sesquiterpenes cyperone is obtained from the tubers. The leaves contain luteolin and auresidin. Cyperene – 1 and cyperene- 2 isolated from tubers. Muskatone and patchoulenone isolated from essential oil. Structure of rotunol and rotunol, two norsesquiter penoides – kobusone and isokobusone identified. From the rhizomes cyperene, selinene, cyperenone and cyperone isolated. A new saponon-olenolic acid -3-0 neohesperidoside  isolated form tubers and characterized.

Product Details:

  • Latin Name: Cyperus rotundus
  • Active Ingredient: Cyperine
  • Specifications: 4:1

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Rhodiola Rosea Extract

Rhodiola Rosea Extract

A plant native to mountainous regions of Asia, parts of Europe, and the Arctic, Rhodiola rosea has long been used as a healing herb. Traditionally it is often recommended to help combat fatigue and restore energy.

Although records show that the ancient Greek physician Dioscorides once prescribed this plant, it is primarily associated with Scandinavia and Russia. Swedish researchers, for instance, believe that the Vikings regularly used rhodiola. And even today, a bouquet of rhodiola may be presented to a bride and groom in Siberia to assure a rich and fruitful marriage.

Given the plant's origins, it's not really surprising that most of the research on Rhodiola rosea has been published in Slavic and Scandinavian languages. American and other Western researchers, however, have recently begun to explore rhodiola's effect on the body and its capacity to aid in the healing process, building upon the clinical studies originally conducted in Scandinavian countries and the Soviet Union.

Of particular interest is rhodiola's well-documented qualities as an adaptogen (an endurance enhancer). In this capacity it appears to help the body stay healthy and perform in top-notch condition despite physical exhaustion or environmental stresses, such as high heat or pollutants in the air and water.

Plant specialists have actually identified more than 200 different species of rhodiola. While a number of different ones are used in traditional healing, R. rosea appears to be the most clinically effective form. The root is the part of the plant used medicinally, and some sources refer to R. rosea as "golden root" or "Arctic root."

Product Details:

  • Latin Name: Rhodiola rosea
  • Active Ingredient: Rosavins
  • Specifications: 5%
  • Test Method: HPLC

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