Senna Leaf Extract Powder
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Senna Leaf Extract Powder

Product name: Senna Leaf Extract
Botanical name: Cassia angustifolia Vahl.
Grade:Food Grade
Appearance: brown powder
Shelf Life:2 years
Storage:Store in cool and dry place

Senna Leaf Extract Powder Description

Senna is a shrub that grows in India, Pakistan, southern China and many other places. Its name is derived from the Arabic word "Sena" and has been used in ancient Indian and Greek medicine since the 9th century. The fruit is wrapped in a rectangular pod about 5cm long. Leaves and pods or fruits can be used medicinally.

Senna Leaf Extract Powder Function and Application

1. Effect of relieving heat and promoting stagnation: senna leaf extract has the function of purging and guiding stagnation and clearing excess heat. It can effectively treat heat knot constipation, habitual constipation and senile constipation.

2. Diuretic and detumescence effect: it can be used to treat edema, fullness and other symptoms. It can be used in combination with morning glory and big belly skin to enhance the curative effect.

3. Antibacterial effect: senna leaf extract has significant antibacterial effect on Staphylococcus, Diphtheria Bacillus, typhoid bacillus, paratyphoid bacillus, Escherichia coli and skin fungi.

Senna Leaf Extract Powder Active Ingredients

Senna narrow-leaf contains sennoside C, that is, rhein - aloe-emodin - diananthrone - 8, 8 '- diglucoside. In addition to sennoside A and B, the pods also contain glucoside of rhein and chrysophanol, and trace amounts of aloe-emodin or emodin glucoside. Senna acuminata leaves and pods contain anthracene components of 0.85~2.86% and 2.34~3.16% respectively, from which rhein, aloe-emodin, a small amount of chrysophanol and sennoside A, B, C and other sennosides can be separated. These anthracene components exist as glycosides. This plant also contains 3,5-dimethyl-4-methoxybenzoic acid. The same plant, Senna auriculata, contains tannins, leaves contain anthocyanins, and bark contains polyphenol oxidase.