Product Name: Magnolia Bark Extract
Botanical Source: Magnolia officinalis Rehd.et Wils.
Part Used: Bark
Active Ingredient: honokiol / Magnolol/magnolol+honokiol
Appearance: Yellow- Brown Powder to white powder
Effects on the digestive system
The extract of magnolia officinalis officinalis could inhibit the formation of salt-acid ulcer in mice. Honokiol, the active ingredient of Magnolol, can inhibit gastric acid secretion and resist ulcer. Magnolol can obviously fight diarrhea in sensene-leaved mice and promote bile flow in rats, indicating that Magnolol can promote digestive system as well as wenli medicine. Magnolia officinalis treating food, cold and damp dysentery, temperature in pain.
Analgesic and anti-inflammatory pharmacological effects
Magnolia officinalis is an aromatic and wet herb with analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities. Magnolia officinalis ethanol extract 5g/kg and 15g/kg have significant analgesic effects, significantly reduce the increase of capillary permeability in the abdominal cavity of mice caused by acetic acid, and significantly inhibit the ear swelling of mice caused by xylene and the paw swelling of mice caused by carrageenin. The experiment shows that magnolia officinalis has obvious anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
Central and peripheral muscle relaxation and antispasmodic effect
Magnolia officinalis is often used for extreme nervous, excited state and cause unknown vibration. Magnolol, the extract of magnolia officinalis, has the effect of blocking neuromuscular junction and can induce the central muscle relaxation similar to that of myophenol. And honokiol have sedative and anti-anxiety effects. At ultra-high doses, beta eucalyptus alcohol and diphenyl ethyl ureide sodium showed stronger effects in preventing electroconvulsive seizures. It is expected that beta eucalyptus alcohol can be used as a synergistic therapy in antiepileptic therapy or antiepileptic therapy with diphenyl ethyl ureide sodium.
Why choose STAHERB for Magnolia Bark Extract(magnolol,honokiol,magnolol+honokiol)
1. Founded in 2010, Changsha staherb natural ingredients co.,ltd is a professional standardized plant extract manufacturer.
2.Hunan is the origin of Magnolia officinalis. Hunan is the most important production base of Magnolia officinalis in China. It is rich in wild resources. Changsha staherb and the local farmers have built a planting base of Magnolia officinalis with sufficient raw materials. Changsha staherb’s Magnolia production workshop is located in the raw material base, with better quality control of raw materials, lower production cost and better price.
3.Magnolia officinalis extract is the main product of Changsha Staherb, which is produced throughout the year, with stable quality and spot supply.
4.Staherb has a complete set of quality testing equipment and system, quality assurance.
5.The Magnolia officinalis extract of Staherb is produced by supercritical CO2 extraction technology, with large production and good quality control. No organic reagent is used in the extraction process, so the product quality is better and safer
6.Staherb Magnolia extract series products include: Magnolia+honokiol 1-98%, Magnolol 1-98%, and honokiol 1-98%, magnolia oil, magnolia oil extract, etc., full specifications products to meet your need.
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