Andrographis Paniculata Extract
Plant Origin: Andrographis Paniculate
Part Used: Aerial parts
Specifications: Andrographolide 5%,30%,50%,95%,98% By HPLC; 10:1,4:1
CAS No.: 5508-58-7
Molecular Formula: C20H30O5
Molecular Weight: 350.45
Melting Point: 229ºC-232 ºC
Description of Andrographis Paniculata Extract:
This annual grows to a height of ½ -1 meter with a tap root. Branching is profuse, leaves are green, lanceolate, 3-7 x 1-2.3 cm glabrous with slightly undulate margin, its apex is acuminate with a tapering base. Flowers are small and solitary; Corolla is whitish or light pink in colour, hairy. Fruit is a capsule, linear, oblong and acute at both ends, seeds are numerous.
Treatment of influenza with fever, sore throat, ulcers in the mouth or on the tongue, acute or chronic cough.
Treating colitis, dysentery; Urinary infection with difficult painful urination.
Protecting hepar and cardiovascular.
Good for contraception and anti-HIV active.
Promotes Memory and Cognitive Health
Andrographis paniculata is a native plant from Southeast Asian countries. This traditional Asian herb Andrographis paniculata has attracted attention for applications ranging from joint health to immune health, but new research suggests the herb may also support healthy cognitive function. Andrographis paniculata extract inhibits interleukin-6 expression and suppresses prostate cancer cell growth.
For centuries, this plant has been used as an official herbal medicine in China for the treatment of various human illnesses, including acute hepatitis, meningitis,choriocarcinoma, malaria, and many other acute inflammatory conditions that can be studied using different animal models.
Some studies have suggested that ANDRO might exert neuroprotective effects, i.e., against damage induced by dopamine in mesencephalic neuronglial cultures associated with a protective effect on inflammation-mediated neurodegeneration, oxidative stress induced by nicotine in the brain, and cerebral ischemia by inhibiting certain pathways related to inflammation and apoptosis, including Akt, NF-κB and MAPK signaling.
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Alzheimer's disease (AD), which is the most common cause of dementia, currently has no known cure. The underlying neuropathology of AD includes extracellular deposition of amyloid β-peptide (Aβ) and intra-neuronal accumulation of hyperphosphorylated tau forms, as well as synapse dysfunction and neuronal loss. An analysis of AD patients' brains supports the hypothesis that Aβ aggregates are responsible for synapxztic failure, and the generation of animal models that reproduce the characteristic features of AD have great relevance to improving the understanding of this disease and to developing new therapies.
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