Radix Scutellariae Extract
Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract Baicalin 85%,radixscutellariae extract,radix scutellariae
Type: Herbal Extract
Place of Origin: CN
(Min. Order):1 Kilogram
Packaging & Delivery
Drums or cartons, 25kgs/drum(carton), 1kg/bag, double vacuum plastic packing
(vacuum sealed foil bags) inside.
1- 3 days
1. Baicalin has Effects on digestive system: Alcohol extract of huang qin or its ingredient baicalin can promote secretion of bile but another ingredient wogonin does not have this effect. Baicalein can promote movements of extra body intestines of rabbits but wogonin does not have this effect. Huang qin possesses a mild diarrhea effect.
2. Baicalin has Anti - histamine effect: Alkaloids of huang qin possesses antihistamine effect.
3. Baicalin has Anti allergenic effect: Alcohol extract of huang qin inhibits acute asthma attack and allergenic eczema. Baicalin has anti-toxin effect, inhibits permeability of capillaries and anti acetylcholine and anti anaphylaxis effects.
4. Baicalin has Broad spectrum antibiotic effect.
5. Baicalin can Prevent atherosclerosis.
6. Baicalin has Blood thinning effect: One of the ingredients, can promote an enzyme to produce nitrogen oxide, a potential for stroke and myocardiac infarction therapy.
7. Baicalin has Anti hepatitis B virus.
Baicalin is a flavone found in several species in the genus Scutellaria, including Scutellarialateriflora (blue skullcap). It is a component of Chinese medicinal herb
Huang-chin (Scutellaria baicalensis) and one of the chemical ingredients of
Sho-Saiko-To, an herbal supplement.Baicalin is a known prolyl endopeptidase
inhibitor, induces apoptosis in pancreatic cancer cells, and affects the GABA receptors.
The flavonoid baicalin inhibits superantigen-induced inflammatory cytokines and
chemokines.It has antioxidant activity so it has anti-inflammatory effects, anti-HIV
activity, apoptosis induction and inhibition of colon aberrant crypts. It also has
functions on inhibition of cancer cell proliferation; protecting bone marrow,
promoting hemopoiesis, and protecting the intestines from adverse chemotherapy