|Name:||Silymarin||Synonyms:||Silybum Marianum;silybin Or Silybinin;MilkthistleP.E.exsemencardui;Milkthistleextract/Silymarin;Milkthistleseedextract,powder=Silymarin/Silybin;Silybummarianumextract,seed|
|CAS No:||65666-07-1||EINECS No:||613-830-9|
|Molecular Formula:||C25H22O10||Molecular Weight:||482.44|
|Melting Point:||158 °C|
milk thistle 80 silymarin powder,
pure silymarin powder,
milk thistle extract powder
Silymarin; CAS 65666-07-1; Extract; Cosmetic/ Pharmaceutical
|Synonyms||Silybum marianum;silybin or silybinin;.exsemencardui;Milkthistleextract/Silymarinn;Silybummarianumextract,seed|
|CAS Registry Number||65666-07-1|
|Melting point||158 °C|
Silymarin is a kind of flavonoid complex consisting of silybin, silydianin, and silychrisin, derived from the milk thistle plant. It is a kind of potent antioxidant, anti-cancer agent as well as liver protecting agent. It has a lot of pharmaceutical functions.
(1) Promotes healthy liver function and general health;
(2) Strengthen the normal cellular defense system to protect the liver tissue;
(3) Help to eliminate the toxin accumulating in the liver;
(4) Increase the survival rate of patients of cirrhosis;
(5) Protect our body against industrial poisons;
(6) Antidote against the death cap mushroom. Silymarin exerts its pharmaceutical effects through various mechanism including scavenging free radicals, increasing glutathione (has detoxifying effect) level in the liver, increasing the levels of antioxidant enzymes such as superoxide dismutase, stimulating liver protein synthesis and inhibiting the synthesis of leukotrienes.
In the United States, milk thistle is most commonly used to treat viral infections and cirrhosis of the liver. Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) was used in classical Greece to treat liver and gallbladder diseases and to protect the liver against toxins. It recently has been investigated for use as a cytoprotectant, an anticarcinogen, and a supportive treatment for liver damage from Amanita phalloides poisoning. Its active ingredient is silymarin, found primarily in the seeds. Silymarin undergoes enterohepatic recirculation, which results in higher concentrations in liver cells than in serum.It is made up of components called flavonolignans, the most common being silybin.
|1||62-46-4||Alpha Lipoic Acid|
|12||128-13-2||Ursodeoxycholic Acid/ UDCA|