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Natural Maral Root Extract 20% Beta-Ecdysterone By HPLC

—Maral Root, Maral Root Extract, Beta-Ecdysterone, 20-Hydroxyecdysone
Product Category: Plant Extractions
Sales Method: Export, Manufacture, OEM/ODM
Payment Term: T/T
Trade Term (Incoterms): EXW, FOB, CIF, CIP
Min. Order Unit Price
1 Piece USD 1 / Piece
1 Piece USD 1 / Piece
Contact Info

Mrs.Irene Zhou

Address: China (mainland) Hunan Changsha,27Fl, Blding A, Cimen, Wanjiali Rd, Changsha 410014, Hunan, China
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Product Detail

Product Attribute:

  • China (mainland) More >
  • Standard Extract
  • Kingherbs
  • Maral Root
  • ISO, FDA, Kosher
  • Leuzea Carthamoides
  • Herb, 100% Natural
  • Fine Brownish Yellow Powder
  • Partially Soluble in Hydro-Alcoholic Solution
  • 08/25/2017
  • 08/28/2017

Product Content Description:

Maral Root Extract

Botanical Source: Rhaponticum carthamoides;Leuzea carthamoides
Part Used: Root
Specification: 10:1, 20% Beta-Ecdysterone, 20-hydroxyecdysone 20%
Appearance: Fine brown yellow powder

Leuzea carthamoides (also called Rhaponticum carthamoides) is a rare endemic plant belonging to the Composite family. It is a big herbal perennial, reaching 130 cm in height. Leuzea grows on the mountain slopes in a limited area of southern Siberia (Altai, Sayani). It does not exist as a wild growing plant in other region of the world. Because of the limited distribution of Leusea in nature and because the plant grows slowly, the collection of wild-growing Leuzea in Russia is under government control and is restricted.
The history of Leuzea as a medicinal plant began ages ago when local hunters watched the behavior of a variety of deer known as Marals. At the time of mating, when males fight each other and need to restore their strength, stags dig out and eat Leuzea root. Local healers discovered that consumption of dried Leuzea root by man also helped him recover from fatigue and increase his sexual potency. The plant was thereafter named Maral root, now the official common name of Leuzea.
Scientific studies of Leuzea's influence on the organism began in Russia in the 1940's, during World War II, when the country had needed medication to help restore the strength of warriors ?.
An ethanol extract of dried Leuzea root contain tannins, phytoecdysones, flavonoids, glycosides, lignins, alkaloids, vitamins, organic acids and some yet-to-be-identified compounds.
Numerous experiments on animals and humans in clinical trials have made it possible to establish

Reducing blood fat
Regulating blood sugar level
Strengthening the immune system
Contributing to an increase of muscle mass;
Reinforcing contractions of the heart muscles;
Improving blood circulation in muscles and brain;
Increasing resistance to oxygen starvation;
Elevating the ability and mobility of spermatozoids in vitro;
Accelerating sexual maturity and the first pregnancy of female animals;
Preventing development of experimental hyper and hypoglycemia, leukocytosis, leucopoenia,
Improveing  transmition of impulse interneuronal synapse depressed by the drug sodium barbital;
Neutralizing the suppressive effect on the brain by sodium barbital;

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