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USP Nature Apis Resveratrol 501-36-0 for Aging and Brain Health

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Port: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Production Capacity: Mass Stock
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram, Bitcoin
Basic Info
  • Model NO.: 501-36-0
  • Customized: Non-Customized
  • Suitable for: Elderly, Children, Adult
  • Purity: >99%
  • Mf: C14h12o3
  • Appearance: Fine Crystle Powder
  • Transport Package: 25kg/Bag or as Required
  • Origin: China
  • Powder: Yes
  • Certification: GMP, ISO 9001, USP, BP
  • State: Solid
  • MOQ: 10g
  • MW: 228.24
  • Trademark: LSW
  • Specification: SGS GMP
  • HS Code: 3004390090
Product Description
USP Nature APIs Resveratrol 501-36-0 for Aging and Brain Health

1. Quick Details:
 
Product name:Resveratrol
Synonyms:3,4',5'-TRIHYDROXY-TRANS-STILBENE
CAS:501-36-0
MF:C14H12O3
MW:228.24
Appearance:Fine crystle powder
Purity:99% min
MOQ:10 grams
MP:253-255°C
Mol File:501-36-0.mol
Deliver time:About 5 days
Deliver methods:By express (door to door)
Application:Resveratrol is a kind of biological strong natural polyphenols

2. What is Resveratrol ?

Resveratrol (3,5,4′-trihydroxy-trans-stilbene) is a stilbenoid, a type of natural phenol, and aphytoalexin produced by several plants in response to injury or when the plant is under attack by pathogenssuch as bacteria or fungi.Sources of resveratrol in food include the skin of grapes, blueberries,raspberries, mulberries, lingonberry and senna.

3. Resveratrol History :

The first mention of resveratrol was in a Japanese article in 1939 by Michio Takaoka, who isolated it from Veratrum album, varietygrandiflorum. The name presumably derives from the resorcinol derivative of a Veratrum species. In 2003, David Sinclair from Harvard Medical School reported that resveratrol activated sirtuins in yeast cells. The finding eventually led to the launch of Sirtris Pharmaceuticals, an early-stage biotechnology company.

4. Resveratrol uses and benefits

1) Aging and Brain Health

In a study published in the journal Neurology in 2015, people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease showed slight improvements in their ability to maintain certain daily activities independently, such as dressing and bathing, after taking resveratrol supplements for a year.

The study assigned 119 people to take either a placebo pill or 500 mg of resveratrol once a day (with the dose increasing by 500 mg increments every 13 weeks) for 52 weeks. Results revealed that those taking resveratrol also had greater brain volume loss (a positive sign in Alzheimer's disease). The dose used was very high, and the most common adverse effects were nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. 

2) Heart Health

For a review published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews in 2015, researchers analyzed six previously published studies on the effects of resveratrol on blood pressure.

The overall outcome of the analysis indicated that resveratrol couldn't significantly reduce blood pressure, however a higher dose was found to significantly decrease systolic blood pressure (the top number on a blood pressure reading). 

Another review, published in the International Journal of Cardiology in 2015, examined the effectiveness of resveratrol on cardiovascular risk factors.

After analyzing 10 previously published studies, the researchers concluded that the analysis "does not suggest any benefit of resveratrol supplementation on CV risk factors", including total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, and levels of C-reactive protein.

3) Cancer

Resveratrol holds promise in the prevention and treatment of cancer, according to a 2011 report from the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Indeed, a number of preliminary studies suggest that resveratrol may have anti-cancer effects. In a 2008 study on cell cultures, for example, resveratrol helped suppress breast cancer progression in its earliest stages. Published in Cancer Prevention Research, the study found that resveratrol helped prevent estrogen from reacting with DNA molecules and forming compounds that mark the start of cancer cell formation.

Despite these findings, the data from the limited human clinical trials have shown inconsistent outcomes and the American Cancer Society cautions that randomized clinical trials are needed to confirm the cancer-fighting effects of resveratrol.

4) Weight Loss

To date, most of the data on resveratrol and weight loss have come from preliminary research. For instance, scientists found that resveratrol may stimulate the expression of adiponectin (a hormone shown to possess anti-obesity properties and fight insulin resistance). Published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry in 2011, the study tested the effects of resveratrol on cells and animal models.

Previously published test-tube and animal-based studies show that resveratrol may help speed up metabolism and counteract the formation of fat cells. In a 2009 report from Nutrition Research Reviews, however, scientists cautioned that resveratrol should not be recommended for obesity prevention or treatment until more is known about its safety and effectiveness as a weight-loss aid.

5) Skin Care

Preliminary research indicates that resveratrol may fight skin damage caused by ultraviolet light. For instance, a 2005 study from The FASEB Journal found that resveratrol may protect against aging when applied directly to the skin. To date, however, there is a lack of clinical trials testing the skin-protecting effects of topically applied resveratrol.

5. COA:
 
ItemSpecificationTest Result
Assay(Resveratrol)≥98% 98.1%
DescriptionWhite Fine PowderConformed
Mesh Size100%pass 80meshConformed
Ash Content≤5.0%Conformed
Loss on Drying≤5.0%Conformed
Heavy Metal≤10ppmConformed
(Pb)≤2ppmConformed
(As)≤2ppmConformed
Residue of PesticideNegativeNegative
Total Plate Count≤1000cfu/gConformed
Yeast &Mold≤100cfu/gConformed
E.coilNegativeNegative
SalmonellaNegativeNegative
 
 6. Our Adwantage: 

   High quality with competitive price: 
   1) Standard: Enterprise Standard
   2) All Purity:>=99%
   3) We are manufacturer and can provide high quality products with factory price. 

   Fast and safe delivery:
   1) Parcel can be sent out in 24 hours after payment. Tracking number available
   2) Secure and discreet shipment. Various transportation methods for your choice. 
   3) Customs pass rate: >=99%
   4) We have our own agent/remailer/distributor who can help us ship our products very fast and safe, and we have stock in there for transferring. 

   We have clients throughout the world: 
   1) Professional service and rich experience make customers feel at ease, adequate stock and fast delivery meet their desire. 
   2) Market feedback and goods feedback will be appreciated, meeting customers's requirement is our responsibility. 
   3) High quality, competitive price, fast delivery, first-class service gain the trust and praise from the customers.

   Everybody is talking the similar words, what I want to say is: Just give me a chance, Just have a try on me, maybe you will get a surprise from me!  

 
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