Rosemary Extract(Rosmarinic acid/Carnosic acid)

Rosemary Extract(Rosmarinic acid/Carnosic acid)

The extract is from rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis Linn.), a common household plant that has grown in the Alps since the Middle Ages, and is now found throughout the world. According to folklore, rosemary takes its name from the Virgin Mary, who draped her cloak on a rosemary bush, and then placed a white flower on top of the cloak.

Introduction

The extract is from rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis Linn.), a common household plant that has grown in the Alps since the Middle Ages, and is now found throughout the world. According to folklore, rosemary takes its name from the Virgin Mary, who draped her cloak on a rosemary bush, and then placed a white flower on top of the cloak. The flower turned blue overnight, and the plant became known as the “Rose of Mary.” Rosemary has been used for thousands of years as a savory spice, food preservative, in cosmetics and hair products, and as an herbal medicine for a variety of health disorders. Until now however, the exact chemical pathways involved in its beneficial effects have remained unknown. Ursolic acid is a kind of natural triterpenoids,which has the activity of sedating, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, resistance to diabetes, fight ulcer, antitumor, reducing blood fat, enhancing immune.Ursolic acid also has the function of obvious antioxidant, so it is widely used in medicine ,cosmetics materials and food emulsifier. Ursolic acid is naturally presented in a large number of vegetarian foods, medicinal herbs, and other plants,such as Peppermint leaves,Bilberry and Elder Flowers.

Functions and Applications

1.Rosemary extract ursolic acid powder can be used as antioxidant;    

2.Rosemary extract ursolic acid powder with the function of anti-aging;    

3.Rosemary extract ursolic acid powder can treat cardiovascular disease;    

4.Rosemary extract ursolic acid powder with the function of reducing weight and fat;

5.Rosemary extract ursolic acid powder with Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.



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