Salicin (C13H18O7) is an alcoholic beta-glycoside. It is produced in Willow bark. It is closely related chemically to aspirin and has a very similar action in the human body. Used as an analgesic and, formerly, in veterinary practice, as a bitter stomachic, antirheumatic, and analgesic.
Salicin is extracted from Salix babylonica L and is naturally found in willow bark, it has antioxidative, antimicrobial, and soothing properties. Stanford Chemicals is a willow bark extract (Salicin powder) manufacturer in the USA, that has been providing high-quality Salicin raw material and other natural pure extracts for over 15 years.
|Botanical Source||Salix babylonica L.|
|Purity||25%, 98% HPLC|
|Package||25 kg/drum, 1 kg/Bag|
|Storage||Stored in cool & dry places, protected from direct sunlight and heat.|
|Shelf Life||2 years|
1. Anti-inflammation, fever relief, an analgesic. Relieve acute and chronic pain, including a headache, back and neck pain, muscle aches, and menstrual cramps
2. Anti-rheumatism and function of contingency, an astringent. Control arthritis discomforts. Some arthritis sufferers taking white willow bark have experienced reduced swelling and inflammation and eventually increased mobility, in the back, knees, hips, and other joints.
Salicin Safety Tips
Handling of Salicin 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.