050-000-203 Apigenin

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Chamomile is named for its apple-like scent, is a common name for several daisy-like plants. Their branched stem is erect and smooth and grows to a height of 15-60 cm. The long and narrow leaves are bipinnate or tripinnate. The flowers are borne in paniculate capitula. The white ray florets are furnished with a ligule, while the disc florets are yellow. The hollow receptacle is swollen and lacks scales. The flowers have a strong, aromatic smell, and bloom in early to mid-summer.



Apigenin (Chamomile Extract) Introduction

Apigenin is extracted from Apium graveolens var.dulce. Stanford Chemicals has been providing quality Apigenin and many other natural plant extracts for over 15 years.

Chamomile (also spelled camomile), Matricaria recutita (Synonyms: Chamomilla, Chamomilla recutita, Matricaria chamomilla, and Matricaria suaveolens), also called German chamomile, Hungarian chamomile, pineapple weed (referring to the shape of the inflorescences), is an annual plant of the composite family Asteraceae.

Product Name Apigenin
CAS No. 520-36-5
Molecular Formula C15H10O5
Molecular Weight 270.25
Botanical Source Apium graveolens var.dulce
Purity 98% HPLC
Appearance Yellow powder
Package 25 kg/drum
Storage Stored in cool & dry places, protected from direct sunlight and heat.
Shelf Life 2 years

Chamomile Extract / Apigenin Functions

1. The chamomile extract has long been used as an after-meal and bedtime drink;
2. Chamomile extract is used for its soothing effects and ability to support normal tone in the digestive tract;
3. The chamomile extract is used for a variety of ailments including colic (especially in children), bloat, mild upper respiratory infections, premenstrual pain, anxiety, and insomnia;
4. Chamomile extract treats sore and chapped nipples in nursing mothers, as well as minor skin infections and abrasions. Eye drops made from these herbs are also used for tired eyes and mild ocular infections.

Chamomile Extract / Apigenin Application

1. Applied in the food field, it is mainly used as a food additive for the nutrient.
2. Applied in cosmetics, it is mainly used for whitening, anti-wrinkle, and UV protection.

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Apigenin Safety Tips

Handling of Apigenin should only be performed by personnel trained and familiar with the handling of potent active pharmaceutical ingredients. Avoid severe irritants to the skin and eyes.

Related Studies about Apigenin

A 2016 study[i] found that new mothers who drank chamomile tea daily were better and mentally healthier than those who did not.

Related articles on Apigenin

Benefits of Apigenin


[i] Shao-Min Chang MS RN, Chung-Hey Chen PhD RN (2016). Effects of an intervention with drinking chamomile tea on sleep quality and depression in sleep disturbed postnatal women: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Advanced Nursing. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.12836



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by Andre Noureux on Apigenin

Apigenin has a great anxiolytic effect!