Ferulic Acid 98%

Ferulic Acid, Oryza sativa,4-Hydroxy-3-methoxycinnamic acid

Botanical Source: Oryza sativa L

Part of used: Rice bran


CAS: 537-98-4

M.F.: C10H10O4


Ferulic Acid,4-Hydroxy-3-methoxycinnamic acid





Ferulic acid is a derivative of cinnamic acid with molecular formula C10H10O4. In 1886, Hlasiwetz Barth,an Austrian, isolated 3-methoxy-4-hydroxycinnamic acid from the genus Ferula foetida for structure determination.Ferulic acid together with dihydroferulic acid, is a component of ignocelluloses, conferring cell wall rigidity by cross linking lignin and polysaccharides. It is commonly found in seeds of plant such as rice, wheat and oats.


– Antioxidant Effect

– Prevention of food discoloration

– Cosmetic Effect ( Skin Whitening, Photo-protection)

– Growth Enhancing Effect

– Inhibitory Effect of Carcinogenesis of Colorectal Cancer

– Lowering Blood Sugar Effect

– lowering Blood pressure effect

– Enhancing Brain function effect

Dosage of ferulic acid

A commonly recommended dose is 250 mg twice per day.

Safety and Toxicity 

LD50 conducted using mouse model deduced to be 857mg/kg.

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