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Natural Centella Asiatica Extract Powder , Medicinal Plant Extracts CAS 16830-15-2

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Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Nanjian
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Model Number: 16830-15-2

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Product Name: Centella Asiatica Extract CAS: 16830-15-2
EINECS: 283-640-5 Other Name: :Hydrocotyle Asiatica, Ext.; UNII-7M867G6T1U
Appearance: Yellow Powder MOQ: 10g

Natural Centella Asiatica Extract Powder , Medicinal Plant Extracts CAS 16830-15-2

 

Found growing in hot, swampy regions around the world, from India to the southern United States, the herb gotu kola (Centella asiatica) has a storied past.

Centuries ago, practitioners of the ancient Hindu system of healing known as Ayurveda began using this creeping perennial therapeutically. It was the leaves--fan-shaped when grown in water but small and thin when grown on land--that were most useful for medicinal purposes, including the control of skin problems. By the l880s, gotu kola's reputation for treating skin and other disorders had spread throughout Asia to Europe.

Due to the similarity in their names, gotu kola is sometimes confused with kola nut, a caffeine-containing stimulant used to produce cola beverages. In fact, the two are not related.

 

Health Benefits

The enduring popularity of gotu kola has been attributed to active ingredients known as triterpenes. These substances are believed to enhance the production of the tough, fibrous protein known as

collagen, which is found in cartilage, bones, and connective tissues. Triterpenes also help to keep blood vessels strong and assist in producing essential neurotransmitters, the brain's chemical messengers.

 

When applied externally as part of a compress, gotu kola encourages the healing of burns, wounds, and various skin irritations. Some studies suggest that you can apply a gotu kola ointment directly to affected areas to promote healing as well.

Taken internally, gotu kola is widely used to minimize varicose veins, boost memory, sharpen the mind in general, and stall memory loss related to Alzheimer's disease. It has even shown promise in treating scleroderma (an autoimmune disorder) and in controlling cellulite because of its ability to reinforce the structure of connective tissue. In one study, very good results appeared after three months in 58% of the 65 patients taking gotu kola for cellulite.

Gotu kola has even been tested for reducing inflammation and improving liver function in people with alcohol-induced cirrhosis and other conditions that involve scarring and hardening of tissues in this large organ.

Specifically, gotu kola may help to:


Treat burns, keloids, and wounds. When applied externally, gotu kola is believed to prevent or minimize scarring, accelerating the healing of burns, keloids (overgrown scar tissue), and wounds (including skin ulcerations and surgical incisions). Gotu kola may be even more effective for burns when it's combined with echinacea, vitamins (A,C, E), and zinc.

Minimize varicose veins. Gotu kola appears to enhance blood flow, increase the tone of the connective tissue sheath that surrounds the veins, and maintain the suppleness of the veins. Study results have been somewhat promising.
In a recent trial done in Italy, 87 people with varicose veins were randomized to take either gotu kola or a placebo. At the end of two months, the participants taking the herb showed measurable improvements in the functioning of their veins, while those on the placebo did not experience any change in the tone or strength of their veins. More research in this area is needed, however.


Boost memory and counteract Alzheimer's disease. In China, gotu kola has been used for centuries to heighten mental function. Today, researchers are trying to determine if the herb has a role to play in improving memory, enhancing learning capabilities, and perhaps restoring some of the memory loss of Alzheimer's sufferers.
Results of a controlled animal trial indicate that the herb is effective in enhancing learning. The animals given gotu kola for two weeks were able to learn and recall new behaviors with greater ease than were those not given the herb.

And in an intriguing clinical study related to learning, 30 children with developmental disabilities who received gotu kola for 12 weeks experienced significant improvements in their attention spans and concentration skills.

 

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