Product Name: Mignonette Extract Luteolin 95%
Color: White fine powder
Extract Method: Water/Ethanol
Latin Name:Arachis hypogaea L
Molecular formula: C15H10O6
Active Ingredient: Luteolin 95%
White fine powder
Arachis hypogaea L
5%-95% is available
Crust (Dried, 100% Natural)
Country of Origin:
Soluble in organic solvents such as ethanol
1.Luteolin has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic,
anticancer, and immune-modulating properties to suppress
hyperactive immune systems.
2.Luteolin is a potent hypoglycemic agent and improves insulin
sensitivity. Luteolin may help promote healthy blood glucose levels
and help in weight management for Syndrome X.
3.Externally luteolin can be used for skin allergic/inflammatory
disorders and for skin cancer prevention. Luteolin is a promising
agent for use in
4.ophthalmology: for prevention and treatment of cataract and of
vascular eye disorders. Luteolin is an active inhibitor of
different hyaluronidases, which modify hyaluronic acid.
5.Hyaluronic acid, a heteropolysaccharide, is one the polymers that
accounts for the toughness and flexibility of cartilage and tendon.
Luteolin is a biological substance, generally found in plant
tissues that are yellow-green in color. It is one specific member
of the much broader category of plant compounds known as
flavanoids, whose properties are of interest to science and
medicine. It occurs naturally in a variety of foods, and a much
broader array of herbs and plants which are edible but rarely
Some scientific studies have attributed a number of health benefits
to the consumption of luteolin, specifically, and the entire
category of flavanoids more generally. Research on the possible
health benefits of these substances is still ongoing, and not yet
conclusive, but luteolin supplements are available on the market.
Flavanoids are produced by plants primarily for their pigmentation
properties. Many of the colors used by plants to attract
pollinating insects are produced by flavanoid compounds. Flavanoids
generally are thought to possess medically useful properties, and
have been shown to frequently function as free radical scavengers
and anti-inflammatory agents.
The best dietary sources of luteolin are celery, green peppers,
carrots, olive oil and artichokes, and it is also found in many
commonly used herbs such as thyme, parsley,and oregano. Many plants
that are edible but not normally eaten are also very high in
luteolin. Dandelions, for example, are a very good source of this
biological compound as well as being nutritious in other respects.
Tags: Herbal Extract,Mignonette Extract Luteolin