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Product name: Dendrobium extract
Latin name:Dendrobium nobile Lindl., :Herba Dendrobii
Used part:Dried stem
Appearance: Yellow brown powder
What is Dendrobium ?
Dendrobium is a type of orchid. The plant consists of a long, thin stem, which is golden
yellow in color, with a flower at the end (which usually has five or six petals). Different
varieties of dendrobium have different colors, but the most common colors are yellow and pink.
Dendrobin, a phenanthrene isolated from Dendrobium moniliforme and Nobile, appears to have anti-cancer potential.
Dendrobium noblie is an orchid used for ornamental purposes. Due to its relatively easy cultivation, the reliable flowering of many big, beautiful blossoms that will keep fresh for a long time and in virto mass propagation, it is one of the orchids commonly available in flower shops, stores and garden centers.
But the plant can also facilitate psychoactive effects that in some parts resemble that of . The plant contains several terpene alkaloids: Dendrobin, Denbinobin, Dendramin, Dendrin, Dendrobin, Dendroxin, Nobilin, Nobilonin and several derviates. Nobilin is the first alkaloid discovered in an orchid. As far as I know, there is no information which compound contributes to the effects. In traditional chinese medicine, the herb is used for medicinal purposes in form of a tea made from dried flowers and leafes. Side effects are unknown for traditional use.
Research indicates that several compounds, including polysaccharids, sesquiterpenes, bibenzyl derivates and fluoerons have a potential antioxidant, antimutagenic, antitumor and immunmodulatory activity.
Dendrobium extract(Total alkaloid) assay: 0.5%,1%,2%,5%
or custom-made according to the customer request
1. It has certain antipyretic analgesic action;
2. It can promote gastric juice to secrete, helping digestion;
3. Have increase metabolism, anti-aging functions
4. Reducing fever and nourish yin
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