Apium Apricot


Celery Seed Extract.5:1.Apium Graveolens,Smallage.CAS.NO:89997-35-3.Synonyms:Celery Extract. Botanical Source:Apium graveolens (L) Common Names&Synonyms:Celery Seed (Apium Graveolens),Seed and Root, dried ripe fruit, aerial parts,Apii fructus, celery fruit, celery seed, smallage,Garden Celery, Wild celery,Smallage,Marsh Water Parsley,celery seeds extract,Apium graveolens Linn. seeds extract,celery (Apium graveolens) extracts,Apium graveolens var. rapaceum,Apium graveolens var. secalinum. Common Uses of Celery: Ancient herb-Records show that celery has been cultivated for at least 3,000 years, notably in pharaonic Egypt, and it was known in China in the 5th century BC. Throughout history, celery has been used as a food, and at various times both the whole plant and the seeds have been taken medicinally. Cleansing properties-Today, the seeds are used for treating rheumatic conditions and gout. They help the kidneys dispose of urates and other unwanted waste products, as well as working to reduce acidity in the body as a whole. The celery seeds are useful in arthritis, helping to detoxify the body and improve the circulation of blood to the muscles and joints. Diuretic-Celery seeds have a mildly diuretic and significantly antiseptic action. They are an effective treatment for cystitis, helping to disinfect the bladder and urinary tubules. Nutritious drink-Celery and organic carrot juice make a nutritious, cleansing drink that is good for many chronic illnesses. Other uses-Glue ear.Celery seeds are beneficial for chest problems such as asthma and bronchitis, and, when used in combination with other herbs, help to reduce blood pressure. Reference Link: Click for more Details Property,Nutrients and Constituents of Celery Seed (Apium Graveolens).: Properties: Alterative, Antiseptic, Carminative, Diuretic, Emmenagogue, Hypotensive, Nervine, Purgative (mild), , Sedative, Stimulant (uterine), Stomach Primary Nutrients: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Sulfur, Vitamins A, B and C Constituents of Celery Seed (Apium Graveolens): The characteristic celery flavour is mainly caused by the two lactones 3-butylphthalide and 3-butyl-4,5-dihydrophthalide (sedanenolide) 1.5-3%% volatile oil (containing the terpenes limonene and b-selinene, and phthalides); coumarins (seselin, osthenol, apigravin, celerin, umbelliferone); furanocoumarins (including bergapten), flavonoids (apigenin, apiin), phenolic compounds, choline, ascorbate, fixed oil, fatty acids and unidentified alkaloids. alpha-linolenic-acid;beta-eudesmol;boron;calcium;chlorophyll;coumarins;flav onoids;iron;isoimperatorin;isoquercitrin;limonene;linoleic acid;magnesium;p-cymene;phosphorus;potash;potassium;guaiacol;silicon;sodium; sulphur;terpinene-4-ol;3-N-butyl-phthalide;umbelliferone;Vitamin A;Vitamin C;Vitamin B;volatile oils, including apiol;zinc The chemistry of celery seed and its essential oil, in particular, have been extensively studied. The essential oil contains deltalimonene, selinene, various sesquiterpene alcohols, and the characteristic flavor principles of celery, phthalides, primarily 3-n-butylphthalide, and sedanenolide. The seed also contains a fixed oil with ubiquitous fatty acids, including petroselinic, oleic, linoleic, myristic, palmitic, and stearic acids. Various pharmacological activities attributed to the seed or essential oil include antispasmodic, mild sedative, and anti-inflammatory activity, among others. Celery is rich in beta-carotene, folic acid, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, silica, sodium, chlorophyll, and fiber. It is about 95%% water. After exercise, celery juice helps replace lost electrolytes. Use only moderate doses during pregnancy as it can promote menses Celery is cool in energy and its flavor is sweet and bitter. It is considered one of the most alkaline of foods. It has a special affinity for the stomach, kidneys, and liver and helps to neutralize acids in the body. Celery helps dry damp conditions in the body, including excess phlegm and yeast overgrowth. It is also used to cool and detoxify the liver. Chewing celery exercises the teeth and gums. It can also be eaten to calm a sensation of heat in the stomach. The seeds and stalks contain a calming compound called phthalide. Celery also contains coumarins, which are compounds believed beneficial in cancer prevention. Actions and indications of Celery Seed (Apium Graveolens) : mild diuretic, mild spasmolytic, carminative, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, sedative, hypotensive, urinary antiseptic, reputed aphrodisiac. Indications: rheumatism, arthritis, gout, inflammation of the urinary tract. Specifically indicated in rheumatoid arthritis. Celery Seeds find their main use in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout. They are especially useful in rheumatoid arthritis where there is an associated mental depression. Their diuretic action is obviously involved in rheumatic conditions, but Celery Seeds are also used as a urinary antiseptic, largely because of the volatile oil apiol. Reference Link: Click for more Details Products Specifications and Supplying Conditions: Description: Celery Seed P.E.(Smallage P.E.) Plant Part Used: Dried Celery Seed(Apium Graveolens) Extract Ratio: 10:1/5:1 Serie Code: R-002 Expiration Date: 18~24Months in Good Condition Storage Stock: Bulk in Stock Pricing Terms: C&F;CIF;DDU;DDP. Delivery Arrange: Soonest on the Day Confirmed Appearance Showing: Light Yellow Brown Fine Powder Extracts State: Fine Crystal Powder Mesh Size: 100%% Pass 80 Mesh Screen Color: Light Yellow Brown Odor and Smell: Charateristics Taste Sense: Flavour with Characteristics Bulk Density: 0.49g/ml. Reference Link: Click for more Detai


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