extract：Apigenin is found in many fruits and vegetables, but parsley, celery, celeriac, and chamomile tea are the most common sources.
appearance：Earthy yellow powder
Product properties:Earthy yellow powder
Molecular weight:270.24 g•mol−1
Product Resource：Apigenin is found in many fruits and vegetables, but parsley, celery, celeriac, and chamomile tea are the most common sources. Apigenin is particularly abundant in the flowers of chamomile plants, constituting 68% of total flavonoids.
Application Scope：Apigenin may also stimulate adult neurogenesis, with at least one study claiming that apigenin "stimulate adult neurogenesis in vivo and in vitro, by promoting neuronal differentiation" and may be useful "for stimulating adult neurogenesis and for the treatment of neurological diseases, disorders and injuries, by stimulating the generation of neuronal cells in the adult brain." While potentially promising, the study used rats and its effects have yet to be demonstrated in humans. Apigenin readily crosses the blood-brain barrier and has not demonstrated toxicity at high doses.It could thus prevent amyloid beta deposition and tau phosphorylation due to neuroinflammation, which can lead to Alzheimer's disease. Through effects on cell signaling, inflammation, cell cycle, and protease production, apigenin has demonstrated effectiveness against a wide range of cancer types, while not showing toxicity to normal cells.
Packing Specification:Paper Drum
Storage Condition: 24 months when properly stored. Store in cool and dry place and keep away from strong direct light and heat.
Honor: KOSHER / HALAL