Source: Panax notoginseng
Origin of raw materials: Southwest China
Used part: roots
Appearance: yellowish to off-white powder
Specification: 10%-80% HPLC
Panax notoginseng (Scientific name: Panax notoginseng (Burkill) F. H. Chen ex C. H.) is an upright perennial herb (Araliaceae, Panax) with a height up to 60 cm. Its root is succulent and spindle-shaped. Its stem is dark green. It has finger-shaped compound leaves, verticillate stem apex, petiole with stripes, membranous leaves, umbels solitary at stem apex, and about 100 flowers. Its total pedicels have stripes. Most of its bracts are clustered at base of pedicels. It appears oval-shaped lanceolate, with slender pedicels, numerous bracteoles, small and yellowish green flowers, cup-shaped and slightly flat calyxes, filaments and petals equal in length; lower ovary, oblate and reniform fruit, and white triangular eggs-shaped seeds. Its flowering period is from July to August and the bearing fruit period is from August to October.
Panax notoginseng saponins mainly contain ginsenosides Rb1, Rg1, Rg2 and a small amount of ginsenosides Ra, Rb2, Rb and Re and other monomers.
Panax notoginseng extract typically has the following effects:
1. Activating blood and stopping bleeding;
2. Improve and strengthen coronary microcirculation;
3. Anti-inflammatory and anti-fatigue;
4. Anti-tumor and analgesia; and
5. Immunomodulatory effect
Packaging and shipping:
25 kg export-grade cardboard barrels as outer package; double-layer food-grade plastic bag as inner package
Shipped by air, by sea and by express.