070-000-341 Ellagic Acid, CAS 476-66-4

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Synonyms Gallogen, Lagistase, TBBD
Keywords Anti-oxidation, whitening
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Ellagic Acid Specifications

Product Name Ellagic Acid
CAS Registry Number 476-66-4
Molecular Formula C14H6O8
Molecular Weight 302.2 g/mol
Purity 99 %
Appearance White powder
Package 1kg-25kg
Shelf life 2 years
Functions Anti-hyperplasia and anti-oxidation

Ellagic Acid Description

Ellagic Acid is a polyphenolic antioxidant that is abundant in many fruits, vegetables, plant bark, and peels. It has anti-carcinogenic, anti-mutagenic, anti-inflammatory, and organ-preserving properties, presumably related to its ability to alter cytochrome P450 activity and improve metabolism and clearance of xenobiotics, as well as alter immune function.

Ellagic acid is used for cancer, dark skin patches on the face (melasma), memory and thinking skills (cognitive function), diabetes, and many other purposes.

Ellagic Acid

Ellagic Acid Applications

  • Prevent skin darkening in skincare products


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  3. Allen, C.T., Peden-Adams, M.M., EuDaly, J., et al. Subchronic exposure to ellagic acid impairs cytotoxic T-cell function and suppresses humoral immunity in mice. Immunopharmacol.Immunotoxicol. 25(3), 409-422 (2003).