Herbal Extract

01 Overview

Stanford Chemicals is a worldwide supplier of phytochemicals, pharmaceutical intermediates, catalysts, lab equipment and a variety of special fine chemical products.

02 Product Description

Stanford Chemicals used Chinese Traditional Medicine homology of food and medicine as raw materials, with advanced processes and technology to produce high-quality herbal extract powder and concentrates. The products have preserved flavor, nutrition and medicinal function of raw herbs.
We completely overcome the challenges including the large variation in the quality of herbal raw material, the poor sanitation, the extreme time-consuming and energy-consuming extraction process. Our product can be widely used in liquid beverage, solid drinks, health care products, functional food and beverage, convenience food, bakery, candies, lozenges, and
snack food.

We supply:

Corydalis Yanhusuo Extract/ L-Tetrahydropalmatine
White Willow Bark Extract/ Salicin
Vine Tea Extract/ Dihydromyricetin
Bitter sophora root/ Matrine
Triptolide
Boxwood Extract/ Fisetin
Loquat Leaf extract/ Ursolic acid
Artemisia Annua Extract/ Artemisinin
Chamomile Extract/ Apigenin
Cyanotis Arachnoidea Extract/ Ecdysterone
Beadlets

03 Questions & Answers

  1. 1
    What is an herbal extract?

    Although herbal extracts come in many forms, they have one common feature. Extracts represent naturally occurring phytochemicals (plant-produced compounds) that have been removed from the inert structural material of the plant that produced them. The main advantage of using extracts over raw herb is that once extracted from the plant matrix, the phytochemicals bypass the need for digestion and are far more readily absorbable.  Liquid extracts also offer greater convenience than consuming an herb in its raw form.

  2. 2
    How do you use herbal extracts?

    Herbal extracts are very simple to make and convenient to take. Instead of having to drink a whole cup of tea, you can take a dropperful or 2 of a highly concentrated dose of an herbal extract. Herbal extracts are very convenient for acute situations that require hourly doses. It’s easier to take a few droppers of medicine hourly than it is to drink 1/2-1 cup of tea hourly, especially if a person is not feeling well.

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