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Boldine

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$90.00
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$90.00
Pack size

100 g or more

Boldo (Peumus boldus) is a chilean tree traditionally employed in folk medicine due to its properties (anti-inflammatory, antipiretic, spasmolytic, antioxidant, antiproliferative, hepatoprotective, alongside others), and it has been the only plant with medicinal purposes accepted in the EU. These faculties have been attributed to active compounds found in leaves and barks. The compound’s presence has fomented the use of this tree in international pharmacopoeia. It is worth saying that the most important active compound is boldine, an aporphine alkaloid, which has been deeply investigated by different authors and approaches. 

Boldine

Technical data sheet for Boldine

Boldine

 Name

Boldine

CAS

476-70-0

Origin                    

Chile

Raw material

Peumus boldus

Appearence

Light brown powder.

Purity

80-92%

Other names

Boldine, Uniboldine, Boldin, S-Boldina, Chloroform boldine, Dimetoxidihidroxiaporfina

Properties and uses

For therapeutic use, the following properties are recognized: Antioxidant, Alpha Adrenergic Antagonist in Vascular Tissue, Hepatoprotective, Cytoprotective, Antipyretic and Anti-inflammatory. Antiplatelet and Vasodilator. Prostaglandin synthesis inhibitor. Colon protector in chronic colitis

 

Packing Amber Pack of 250, 500 y 1.000 g
Duration 36 months
Conservation Fresh and dry atmosphere. Photosensitive: Protect from sunlight.
Certification  HPLC Purity, Humidity and Chromatography Analytical Certificates attached

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