Our Resveratrol

Product Name: Trans-resveratrol


Resveratrol(Polygonum Cuspidatum):98%(HPLC)

Resveratrol(Vitis vinifera):3%,5% (HPLC)

CAS: 501-36-0

Molecular Formula: C14H12O3

Molecular Weight: 228.24

Constitutional Formula:

Appearance:Light brwown to off-white powder, physical and chemical properties odorless, white crystalline powder, soluble in ethanol, acetone and other organic solvents.

Sources and Habitat:
1. Polygonum cuspidatum is an herb that has become popular since it is a rich source of resveratrol. The official name of Polygonum cuspidatum is Japanese knotweed but it is also known as Mexican bamboo, crimson beauty,Japanese fleece flower, Reynoutria fleece flower, Kontiki bamboo, and Japanese polygonum. Some of these common names arose,because this species has been used as an ornamental plant in many countries.
2. Vitis viniferin L. is a plant with high content of anthocyanins (Proanthocyanidins) and polyphenols(resveratrol etc.).
Indications and Uses:
Studies suggest that resveratrol has anti-atherosclerotic activity and that it might have some immune-stimulating and anti-cancer effects. Human studies are few in number and inconclusive due to short duration and poor design.
Dosage Information:
Resveratrol, marketed as a nutritional supplement, is typically an extract of Polygonum cuspidatum. Such an extract contains both cis- and trans-resveratrol. The extracts are usually standardized to deliver about 8% resveratrol in its various forms. Many of the products currently marketed have resveratrol in combination with other phytonutrients and vitamins. Some supplements deliver 16 milligrams per serving or higher. There is no typical dosage. Functional food products containing resveratrol are being developed.
Pharmacological effects:
anti-aging, regulate blood lipids, cardiovascular protection, anti-tumor activity, anti-bacterial anti-viral, anti-hepatitis; by inhibiting platelet aggregation and reduce the dual role of lipids prevention of cardiovascular diseases; reduce myocardial injury and chronic ischemia; with lower serum cholesterol and triglyceride deposition in liver function, significantly increased serum high density lipoprotein levels and inhibition of LDL oxidation.