Platycladus Orientalis Seed Extract
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Platycladus Orientalis Seed Extract

Product Name:Platycladus orientalis seed extract
Source of extraction: The mature seed kernel of Platycladus orientalis (L.) Endl, a perennial arbor of the Cupressaceae.
Main ingredients: containing a large amount of fatty oil, a small amount of volatile oil, and saponins
Appearance:Brown powder
Storage condition:Place in a cool, dry place, away from light and high temperature.

Platycladus orientalis seed extract introduction

Platycladus orientalis seed extract is mainly used to nourish the heart, soothe the nerves, moisten the intestines and relieve constipation. It is used for restlessness, palpitations and constipation caused by intestinal dryness.

Platycladus orientalis extract main components

This product contains a large amount of fatty oil, a small amount of volatile oil and saponins.

Platycladus orientalis leaf extract extraction source

Baiziren, a traditional Chinese medicine name. It is the dried and mature kernel of Platycladus orientalis (L.) Franco, a plant of the Cupressaceae family. Harvest mature seeds in autumn and winter, dry them in the sun, remove the seed coat, and collect seed kernels. It was born in wet fertile land, limestone land. It is distributed in the south of northeast China, with north China extending south through Guangdong and northern Guangxi, and west to Shaanxi, Gansu, and southwest to Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, etc. It has the effects of nourishing the heart, calming the nerves, moistening the intestines, relieving constipation, and stopping sweating. Used for deficiency of yin and blood, insomnia due to deficiency, palpitations, constipation due to dryness of the intestine, and night sweats due to yin deficiency.

Chemical constituents of leaf extract of Platyclus orientalis

Containing volatile oil, oil mainly fenchone, camphor, bornyl acetate, terpenol; It also contains juniperic acid quercetin, myricetin, kaempferol, hinokiflavone, waxy, etc. The leaves contained 0.26% volatile oil, the main components of which were α-platycline, platycline, anisone, etc. Other flavonoid components, such as gerin, quercetin, bayberry bark tin, hyacinth diflavone; Leaves also contain trace elements such as potassium, sodium, nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese and zinc. Sexual taste cold, bitter taste.