Product Name: Peanut shell Extract Luteoline
Botanical Name: Arachis hypogaea L
Used Part: Peanut shell
Plants: Solanum Prunella, Qing Lan, Caprifoliaceae Lonicera.
Specification: Luteolin 80%, 90%, 95%, 98% HPLC
Molecular Formula : C15H10O6
Molecular Weight: 286.23
CAS NO: 491-70-3
Appearance: Yellow-green powder
The extract is prepared from the rhizome of Coptis chinensis (huang
lian), and the active ingredient is berberine, a powerful
constituent with strong antibiotic effects. Also found in North
American goldenseal and Oregon grape, berberine gives these pills
their beautiful golden color.
Huang Lian Su has strong effects, inhibiting the bacteria that
cause strep throat, pneumonia, and dysentery.
Studies conducted in China have shown it is as effective as sulfa
drugs in treating dysentery, without their serious side effects.
Clinical trials have also proved it effective in treating
influenza, pertussis, typhoid, tuberculosis, scarlet fever, and
As this list of conditions illustrates, Chinese herbal medicine is
highly developed and is used by practitioners to treat serious
disease as well as minor ailments. This formula should not be used
for diarrhea due to deficient cold conditions.
What is Berberine?
Berberine is a compound obtained from the roots, stems, and bark of
such plants as barberry and Oregon grape. It is a major component
of the popular herb goldenseal. Berberine has a deep yellow color
and has been used as a dye, along with a long tradition of treating
a wide variety of ailments.
What is Berberine hydrochloride
Berberine hydrochloride is an isoquinoline alkaloid (see Figure 1)
isolated from a variety of Chinese herbs, including Coptidis
rhizoma, Phellodendron chinense schneid, and Phellodendron
amurense, and has diverse pharmacological actions. It has
antidiabetic and antilipid peroxidation activity, as well as an
anti-atherosclerotic action, and also has neuroprotective
properties and improves polycystic ovary syndrome.1–5 Berberine
hydrochloride is widely used as an antibacterial, antifungal, and
anti-inflammatory drug, and has been used as a gastrointestinal
remedy for thousands of years in China
Alzheimer’s disease – A 2007 Japanese study (Asai M, et al)
concluded: “Our results indicate that berberine would be a
promising candidate for the treatment of AD.”
Cancer – An April 2013 Chinese study (Cai Y, et al) reported, “the
possibility that berberine may be useful as an alternative therapy
for colorectal carcinoma.”
Cholesterol – A 2013 Chinese study (Dong H, et al) concluded,
“berberine may have beneficial effects in the control of blood
lipid levels.” It also reported no serious side effects.
Diabetes – Believed to stimulate the update of glucose into the
cells, improve insulin sensitivity, and reduce glucose production
in the liver. A 2008 trial (Zhang Y, et al) found new diabetics who
had not yet started traditional medicine lowered blood sugar,
triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, blood pressure, and weight.
HIV – A 2010 study (Zha W, et al) reported, “the potential
application of berberine as a complimentary therapeutic agent for
Infections (bacterial, fungal, & viral) – Berberine has been
shown to kill a variety of germs, and is used internally and
externally. It is commonly used to treat UTI’s.
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Trachoma – This is an eye infection which can cause blindness.
Berberine is sometimes included as an ingredient of eye drops.
WebMD lists “insufficient evidence” for this treatment.
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