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China Botanical Animal Remedy Additives suppliers What is Bupleurum Root Extract? Studies on humans are lacking, despite the fact that bupleurum root extract and other herbs are utilized in traditional formulations to treat numerous conditions. An important herb in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine is bupleurum. Bupleurum chinense root extract is frequently prescribed alongside other herbs to treat symptoms of depression, fever, digestive problems, chronic liver diseases, and colds. Bupleurum root extract is a major component of herbal formulas like Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Sho-saiko-to) and Xiao Yao San. The medicinal properties of bupleurum extract powder have been traced back to compounds known as saikosaponins. However, human data are lacking and the majority of bupleurum chinense root extract studies have only been conducted in the laboratory. Additionally, a few instances of adverse effects have been linked to excessive doses. Basic Information: ANALYSISSPECIFICATION AppearanceBrown fine powder OdorCharacteristic TastedCharacteristic Extract Ratio10:1 Sieve Analysis100% pass 80 mesh Loss on Drying5% Max Sulphated Ash5% Max Extract SolventEthanol & Water Heavy Metal10ppm Max As1ppm Max Residual Solvents0.05% Max. Microbiology Total Plate Count10000/g Max Yeast & Mold100/g Max E.ColiNegative SalmonellaNegative Bupleurum Root Extract聽Uses Bupleurum root extract contains A, B, C, D class saponins, sterols, essential oils such as eugenol and eugenol, fatty acids such as oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, polysaccharides, etc., and have typical effects as follows: 1. Reduce fever symptoms. Early studies have found that high doses of Bupleurum extract, 5 g/kg, can reduce fever in people; 2. Sedation and analgesia. Bupleurum extract calms mice and prolongs benzodiazepine-induced sleep. In addition, Bupleurum extract can relieve pain and relieve cough at the same time; 3. Anti-inflammatory. Bupleurum chinense root extract at a dose of 600mg/kg can significantly reduce paw swelling caused by dextran and 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) in rats, thereby achieving an anti-inflammatory effect; 4. Antiviral effect. Injection of bupleurum chinense root extract has been reported to be effective in suppressing influenza virus; 5. Effects on the liver. Rats fed bupleurum extract powder聽were much less likely to experience acute liver dysfunction after eating moldy rice.


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