Feverfew Extract

Description

Appearance:Light Brown Yellow Fine Powder
Active Ingredient:Parthenolide
Specification:10:1,0.3%-1.5%
Test Method:HPLC
Sample:Free Sample
Customized service:Available
Payment method:T/T
Annual supply capacity:1,500 tons
Delivery time:1-3 working days
Certificate:Organic,ISO,Kosher,Halal
Stock:In Stock
Shelf Life:24 Months
Grade:Food/Cosmetic Grade

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What Is Feverfew Extract?

Feverfew flower, or Tanecetum parthenium, is a lush, herbaceous perennial in the daisy family that is native to parts of Europe and Asia and now grows throughout the world. Feverfew contains a variety of active compounds, such as flavonoids and other antioxidants. However, feverfew main compound of interest is parthenolide. This compound is of natural anti-inflammatory properties, as well as antioxidant propertiesmay, it helps protect the cells of the body from free radical damage. Our feverfew extract is light brown yellow fine powder, extracted from the flower buds of feverfew. It may help support healthy brain function as well as overall mood health.

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Basic Information:

Analysis

Specification

Results

Assay(HPLC)

parthenolide≥0.8%

0.82%

Appearance

Light brown yellow fine powder

Complies

Ash

≤5.0%

2.65%

Moisture

≤5.0%

3.5%

Pesticides

Negative

Complies

Heavy metals

≤10ppm

Complies

Pb

≤2.0ppm

Complies

As

≤2.0ppm

Complies

Hg

≤1.0ppm

Complies

Odor

Characteristic

Complies

Particle size

100%through 80 mesh

Complies

Microbioiogical:



Total of bacteria

≤1000cfu/g

Complies

Fungi

≤100cfu/g

Complies

Salmgosella

Negative

Complies

Coli

Negative

Complies


Feverfew Extract Benefits:

1.Benefit For Headaches/Migraines

Feverfew is believed to help migraine sufferers because of the unique plant chemical it contains, parthenolide, which helps relieve smooth muscle spasms and can combat the widening of blood vessels that occurs in migraines. This effect appears to be backed up by research which shows that Feverfew can reduce the frequency of migraines and reduce symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light.

Feverfew works to inhibit the release of two inflammatory substances, serotonin and prostaglandins, both believed to contribute to the onset of migraines. By inhibiting these amines as well as the production of the chemical histamine, the herb controls inflammation that constricts the blood vessels in the head, and prevents blood vessel spasms which may contribute to headaches.

One particular study in the UK took a survey of 270 migraine sufferers and found that more than 70% of them felt significantly better after taking an average of 2 to 3 fresh Feverfew leaves daily. Several human studies have used this herb to prevent and treat migraines although overall, these studies suggest that Feverfew is best used as an aid to preventing migraines.


2.Benefit For Menstrual Cramps

Menstrual cramps occur when the lining of the uterus makes large amounts of prostaglandins. When these cells break down during menstruation, the prostaglandins are released. They constrict the blood vessels in the uterus and make its muscle layer contract, causing painful cramps. Because Feverfew has been shown to reduce prostaglandin production, it may be helpful in easing menstrual cramps.


3.Benefit For Arthritis

Feverfew does possess potent anti-inflammatory properties, which help to prevent swelling and damage to the joints.

There are a group of proteins known as NFkappaB that are a pro-inflammatory signalling pathway which is particularly associated with arthritis. Parthenolide, one of the powerful sesquiterpene lactones found in this herb, is responsible for the bioactive effects of Feverfew, acting as a NFkappaB inhibitor. By inhibiting the process of NFkappaB activation, the severity of the joint erosion can be reduced and the progression of arthritis can be prevented.

Feverfew also acts as an antioxidant, protecting the joint tissues against free radical damage and preventing damage to the membranes lining the surfaces of the bones. This reduces friction between the ends of 2 bones at a place where they meet to form a joint, which may help to provide long-term relief to persons suffering from arthritis.

feverfew flower extract


Application:

1. Applied in food field,it is mainly used as food additives for nutrient.

2. Applied in cosmetics,it is mainly used to UV protection.


The Best Feverfew Extract Supplier:

Sost, a producer with its own factory, already has a partnership with Nestlé and a partnership with Northwest A&F University. We have our own warehouses in North America, Sweden and Malaysia, and it takes up to 7 days from your order to your delivery. We are fully certified with EU Organic, USDA Organic, Halal, Kosher, FAD, HACCP and ISO.

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Why Choose Sost's Feverfew Extract?

Sost has specialized in Feverfew Extract for 17 years. We offer competitively priced products that have third-party inspection reports to ensure they are safe to use worldwide. If you are not satisfied with what you have received, we can provide hassle-free returns and exchanges.


Where To Buy Feverfew Extract?

Just send email to info@sostherbusa.com, or submit your requirement in bottom form, we are of service at any time!


FAQ:

Q1:

How can I confirm the product quality before placing orders?

A:

By sending you via our available samples, or preparing samples according to your requirements and send to you for your confirmation.

Q2:

What's the MOQ?

A:

Generally, the MOQ is 10g. For some high value product, the MOQ is 1g. For some low value products, the MOQ is 100g.

Q3:

Is there any discount?

A:

Yes, for large quantity, we always support with better price.

Q4:

How do you treat quality complaint?

A:

If the quality problem is confirmed to be caused by us, we will replace the goods or refund your payment immediately.


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