Apigenin HPLC

Apigenin 98% HPLC

Product:  Apigenin

CAS No.:  520-36-5

Molecular Formula:  C15H10O5

Molecular Weight:  270.2369

Apigenin 520-36-5

Chemical Name: 4′,5,7-Trihydroxyflavone; 5,7,4′-Trihydroxyflavone

Plant Source:  Matricaria recutita Linn

Specification:  98% HPLC

Packing:  1kg/bag; 5kg/bag; 25kg/drum

Availability:    In stock

Apigenin 98% HPLC

What is Apigenin?

Apigenin is a naturally occurring flavonoid in various fruits, vegetables, and herbs. It is particularly abundant in parsley, celery, chamomile, and certain spices. Flavonoids are a class of polyphenolic compounds known for their antioxidant properties and potential health benefits. It is a Light Yellowish solid fine powder.

It is a polyphenol and is one of the flavonoids found in many foods consumed by humans. Technically, it is a flavone with three OH groups on it. This compound is being widely studied for its anti-cancer properties. In particular, it has some anti-tumor properties that some other flavonoids lack.

Product Specification:

ANALYSIS ITEMSPECIFICATIONTest method
Physical & Chemical Analysis
AppearanceFine powderVisual
ColorYellowish brownVisual
OdorCharacteristicOrganoleptic
TasteCharacteristicOrganoleptic
Particle Size95% Pass 80 mesh80 Mesh Screen
Bulk density≤0.8gm/mlUSP <616>
Loss on Drying≤5%USP <731>
Residue on Ignition≤2%USP <281>
Identification
Identifiable active ingredientComplies with standardsTLC
Assay
Apigenin(on dried basis)≥98%HPLC
Residues
Pesticide ResidueUSP<561>Third lab
Solvent ResiduesUSP<467>GC
Heavy Metals
Lead (Pb)≤2ppmICP-MS
Arsenic (As)≤2ppmICP-MS
Mercury (Hg)≤0.5ppmICP-MS
Cadmium(Cd)≤1ppmICP-MS
Microbiological
Total bacterial count≤1000cfu/gUSP <2021>
Yeast & Mold≤100cfu/gUSP <2021>
E.ColiNegativeUSP <2021>
SalmonellaNegativeUSP <2021>
Staphylococcus AureusNegativeUSP <2021>

Apigenin HPLC

Dietary Sources of Apigenin:

  • Herbs: Parsley, chamomile, basil, oregano
  • Vegetables: Celery, spinach, artichokes
  • Fruits: Oranges, grapefruits
  • Beverages: Chamomile tea

Key Properties and Potential Benefits of Apigenin:

  • Antioxidant Activity:
  • Anti-Inflammatory Effects:
  • Cancer Prevention and Treatment:
  • Neuroprotective Effects:
  • Cardiovascular Health:
  • Anxiolytic and Sedative Effects:

Usage and Safety:

Apigenin is generally considered safe when consumed as part of a normal diet. However, concentrated supplements should be used with caution, and it is advisable to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new supplement regimen, especially for individuals with pre-existing health conditions or those taking other medications.

 

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