Botanical Source: Cynara scolymus L.
CAS No.: 30964-13-7
Part Used: Leaf
Caffeoylquinic acids 3%,5% By HPLC;
Phenolic acids 2.5%,5% By UV;
Cynarin 2%, 5% by UV; 10:1
Artichoke extract is an excellent natural product received from artichoke plants, which are nowadays being cultivated in many countries of the world. Artichokes are considered to be among the healthiest natural foods as they are known for their high nutrient content. In particular, they can provide our body with a range of vitamins, including A, D, C, E, B1, B2, B6, B9 and K, as well as microelements like zinc, potassium, manganese, phosphorus and others. Artichokes are valued for their high content of dietary fiber.
Cynarin, an active chemical constituent in Cynara, causes an increased bile flow. The majority of the cynarin found in artichoke is located in the pulp of the leaves, though dried leaves and stems of artichoke also contain cynarin. The most important thing is that artichokes are very rich with flavonoids and other natural antioxidants, which are vital for cancer prevention, slowing down aging processes in our body and protecting us against many harmful effects of the environment.
Improving gastrointestinal function;
Significantly lower blood ldl cholesterol levels;
Enhance detoxification reactions and liver cell protection;
Alleviate digestive disorder and increase biliary excretion;
Playing an important role in relieving vascular purpura;
Anti Hepatic toxicity, choleretic agents, anti-high blood lipids (serum cholesterol);
Increasing bile secretion and law constipation, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting;
Stimulating the secretion of bile law, preventing arteriosclerosis, and protect heart blood.