Low MOQ for Paeoniflorin to London Importers

Low MOQ for Paeoniflorin to London Importers

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A. Basic information 【Product name】 Paeoniflorin 【Source of plant】 Paeonia albiflora Pall 【Active ingredients】 Paeoniflorin 【Specifications】 Paeoniflorin40%,95%;OEM 【Extraction solvent】 Ethanol B. Main functions a) Reduce blood pressure and rheumatoid factor titer, to anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory action。 b) Inhibits sympathetic nerve excitability, to antispasmodic, analgesic and anticonvulsant。 c) Protect liver...


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Low MOQ for Paeoniflorin to London Importers Detail:

A. Basic information

Product name

Paeoniflorin

Source of plant

Paeonia albiflora Pall

Active ingredients

Paeoniflorin

Specifications

Paeoniflorin40%95%OEM

Extraction solvent

Ethanol

B. Main functions

a) Reduce blood pressure and rheumatoid factor titer, to anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory action

b) Inhibits sympathetic nerve excitability, to antispasmodic, analgesic and anticonvulsant

c) Protect liver and lowering blood pressure, increase the nutritional blood flow; expand coronary arteries and increases coronary blood flow, preventing platelet aggregation and inhibit cardiac and cerebral vascular diseases

C. Quality key points

Ø Raw material control     SY.png

Ø Residual solvents

D. Quality control and product advantages

Organic raw herbs

QA&QC systemStrictly executing documented procedure prevention management, quality assured.

Technical advantageSharing of professional product identification techniques

Various specifications, OEM accepted

E. Product specifications

Content of active ingredient

Paeoniflorin

Specification

Assayspecification

95%

Item

Testing Standard

Testing method

Character

Appearance

White powder, bitter, sour and astringent

Sensory evaluation

Identification

TLC

confirm

ChP<0502>

HPLC

confirm

ChP<0512>

Assay

Paeoniflorin%

NLT 40%

ChP<0512>

Examination

Loss on drying%

NMT 5.0

ChP<0841>

Ash%

NMT 5.0

ChP<0831>

Heavy metals

LeadPb

NMT 3.0 ppm

ChP<2321>

CadmiumCd

NMT 0.3 ppm

ChP<2321>

MercuryHg

NMT 0.2 ppm

ChP<2321>

ArsenicPb

NMT 2.0 ppm

ChP<2321>

Pesticide residues

Methanol

NMT 100ppm

ChP<0861>

Ethanol

NMT 1000ppm

ChP<0861>

Microorganism

Total aerobic bacteriacfu/g

NMT 1000

ChP<1105>

Mould & Yeastcfu/g

NMY 100

ChP<1105>

Escherichia coli/10g

Not Detected

ChP<1106>

Salmonella/10g

Not Detected

ChP<1106>


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