The milk thistle products extracted by ethyl acetate
Milk Thistle Extracts
- Product description
The milk thistle products extracted by ethyl acetate is an amorphous powder, the color is yellow or brownish yellow, with a special smell, slightly bitter
Name of Crude Drug: Silybum marianum, Milk thistle, Marian thistle
Parts used : Fruit
Solvent: Ethyl acetate
The milk thistle products extracted by ethyl acetate are flavone and lignanoid compound extracted from the seed coat of medicinal compositae plant—milk thistle, yellow powder and slightly bitter. The key components are flavonoid substances including silybin, isosilybin, silydianin, silychristin, etc. The main functions include protecting liver, improving liver function and promoting choleresis and antiphlogosis. It can also prevent the damage to liver caused by alcohol, chemical toxin, heavy metal, drug, food toxin and environmental pollution, and promote regeneration and restoration of liver cells. Therefore, it is called “natural drug for protecting the liver”.
As strong antioxidant, it can eliminate the radical in human bodies and slow down aging. In addition, the milk thistle products can resist radiation, prevent arteriosclerosis and slow down skin aging.
It is widely applied to medicine, health care products, food and cosmetics and can also be used by animal husbandry as feed additive, bringing unexpected effects.
The excellent product with high content and low residual is made by unique production technology and strict production management. The general flavone in milk thistle accounts for more than HPLC60%.
In addition, ethyl acetate is the solvent for extracting milk thistle and safer than the milk thistle extracted by acetone.
Standard: USP, EP, DAB
UV80% Silybin+Isosilybin 30%
（Milk Thistle P.E.）
The external packaging is fiber can and paper can or other packages can be used according to customer demands.
The inner packaging is a new double-layer non-toxic polythene plastic bag.
Net weight per barrel: 25kg
Shelf Life: 3 yearsKey words:
- Milk thistle
- Marian thistle