Eucommia ulmoides Extract

Chlorogenic Acid 98%

  • Latin Name: Eucommia Ulmoides Oliv
  • Source: Leaf/Bark
  • Extraction Solvent: Ethanol/Water
  • Appearance: Brown yellow powder / White fine  powder(Depends on purity)

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Eucommia is an herb that comes from the Chinese rubber tree(Eucommia ulmoides, Cortex Eucommiae Extract) and contains high levels of chlorogenic acid. Chlorogenic acid, also known as 3-car-feoyquinic acid, is a kind of phenylpropane synthesized by plants through the intermediate product of the pentose phosphate pathway (HMS) during aerobic respiration. Research results in recent years have shown that the content of chlorogenic acid in Eucommia ulmoides leaves and bark can be up to 1-5.5. Chlorogenic acid has many pharmacological effects such as choleretic, antibacterial, antiviral, lowering blood pressure, raising white blood cells and exciting the central nervous system. It is important raw materials for industries such as health care products, food, medicine, and cosmetics.

Benefits of Eucommia Ulmoides Extracts

Health Care

Polyphenols such as chlorogenic acid are called “the seventh category of nutrients” and are widely used in the health care industry. Health care added with chlorogenic acid have the characteristics of clearing away heat and detoxification, nourishing skin and moisturizing, and relieving excessive tobacco and alcohol.

Food Industry

Chlorogenic acid is a new and efficient phenolic antioxidant.
1) Adding a small amount of chlorogenic acid to lard can improve the antioxidant stability of lard and increase the shelf life.
2) Chlorogenic acid has the effect of enhancing aroma and color and can be used to preserve the freshness of food and fruits.
3) It can replace or partially replace the currently commonly used synthetic antioxidants in some foods;
4) Chlorogenic acid is also used to preserve the freshness of fruit juices, which can effectively prevent the spoilage of beverages and foods.

Cosmetics Industry

They can protect collagen from free radicals such as active oxygen, and can effectively prevent the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays on human skin. Used in anti-urease cosmetics, skin sunscreens and shampoos to prevent ultraviolet rays and hair dyes from damaging the hair.

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