Swertia Chirata Extract 10%-98% Swertiamarin Supports the
Regeneration of Skin Cells
|Product Name||Swertia Extract (Swertiamarin)|
|Latin Name||Swertia bimaculata (Sieb. et Zucc.)Hook. Thoms.ex Clarke|
|Parts of Extraction||Whole plant|
|Application||Health care products|
|Package||25kg/fiber drum( 40cmX50cm) or as your request|
|Storage||Store in cool and dry place, keep away from strong light.|
|Shelf life||Two years when properly stored.|
Swertia is a genus of gentian, mainly grown in China, India and
Nepal. Swertiamarin is an iridoid compound extracted from the
traditional Tibetan medicine S. chinensis, which has the functions
of protecting liver, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative damage.
It can stimulate the proliferation and regeneration of epidermal
coking cells and improve skin wrinkles. Swertia extract has
inhibitory effects on Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Salmonella,
and bacterium, but has no effect on Escherichia coli. It has the
strongest inhibition ability against staphylococci.
Swertia extract has an inhibitory effect on β-D-glucuronidase,
which acts on the β-glycoside of D-glucuronide to make it
glucosaldehyde The general name of the anhydride bond and
hydrolyzing enzyme, its activity is large, and the sweat odor is
more severe. Therefore, the extract of Swertia can be used to
suppress body odor. In the culture of fat cells, the extract of
Swertia has obvious proliferation to fibroblasts. Function,
indicating the role of rejuvenation and repair, can be used in
anti-aging cosmetics; in the rat hair growth test, the extract of
Swertia shows a good ability to promote hair growth, which is its
active ingredient, Swertia The effect of bitterness can be used in
hair growth products: in the cultivation of fat cells, the extract
of Swertia has a promoting effect on fat decomposition, indicating
that the extract can be used for weight loss cosmetics.
(1) Effects on the liver: The study of the use of swertiamarin for
the treatment of acute liver injury in rats caused by
D-galactosamine showed that it has liver protection,
detoxification, enzyme reduction, hepatosplenomegaly, and enhanced
liver area. The phagocytic function of phagocytes. In vivo
experiments on rats, it was found that swertiamarin can reduce the
damage of toxic substances to the liver, and can also prevent liver
damage caused by hypoxia in rats. The swertiamarin ingredient in
Swertia has a significant inhibitory effect on liver cancer cells.
(2) Antispasmodic effect: Swertiamarin has inhibitory effects on
the autonomous rhythmic activities of isolated ileum, uterus,
gallbladder smooth muscle and biliary sphincter, and can fight
acetylcholine, histamine and norepinephrine. Excitatory effects of
strontium chloride and vasopressin on the above tissues and organs.
The experiment also showed that the swertiamarin of S. chinensis
directly acted on the intestinal smooth muscle and exhibited an
antispasmodic effect. Intravenous injection of swertiamarin can
inhibit the autonomous rhythmic activity of small intestine and
uterus in rabbits, and the stimulating effect of acetylcholine or
pituitrin on these tissues and organs.
(3) The role of analgesia: Studies have shown that swertiamarin can
significantly inhibit the central nervous system, with significant
analgesic and sedative effects. The analgesic and antispasmodic
effects are the pharmacological basis for the treatment of
gastrointestinal pain by swertiamarin.
(4) Other effects: Swertiamarin has anti-inflammatory and
anti-viral effects; in addition, Swertiamarin is easily absorbed
through the skin surface, and after decomposition, it decomposes to
produce erythrocentaurin, which can expand capillaries and activate
or It promotes the enzyme system of skin cells and enhances the
biochemical function of skin cells. It is widely used in Japan to
formulate hair regenerating agents.