Latin Name: Hyssopus officinalis
Part Used: Flower/Stem/Lleaf
Appearance: Brown powder
Test Method: TLC
Product Specification: 4:1,10:1,20:1
Extract Solvent: Ethanol and water
Main Function of Hyssop extract powder:
1.Can be used in treating bruises and taking the sting and itch out of bug bites.
2.It is effective for treating cough, sore throat, and other common cold symptoms
3.It is a diuretic which can help to speed up detoxification.Antipyretic,and cooling fast,small toxicity.
4. Has a charming fragrance, suitable for essential oil and perfume.
Application of Hyssop extract powder:
1. Pharmaceutical as capsules or pills;
2. Functional food as capsules or pills;
3. Health products as capsules or pills.
Hyssop contains the vitamin choline and numerous phytochemicals including caffeic acid, camphor and tannins. Phytochemicals are antioxidant compounds found in plants that prevent free radical induced damage in your body and thereby help to prevent and treat disease in humans.
Hyssop has been prescribed for a multitude of medical conditions. It has been traditionally used as an antispasmodic, expectorant, emmenagogue, stimulant, carminative, peripheral vasodilator, anti-inflammatory, anticatarrhal, antispasmodic, tonic and sweat-inducer. However, both the alcoholic extract and decoction have been used to inhibit sweating. Hyssop is used specifically for cough, bronchitis and chronic catarrhal, and also for its tonic effects on the digestive, urinary, nervous and bronchial systems. Hot hyssop decoction vapors have also been used to treat inflammation and tinnitus.
Hyssop is a plant. The parts that grow above ground are used to make medicine.
Hyssop is used for digestive and intestinal problems including liver and gallbladder conditions, intestinal pain, intestinal gas, colic, and loss of appetite. It is also used for respiratory problems including coughs, the common cold, respiratory infections, sore throat, and asthma.
Other uses include urinary tract infection (UTI), poor circulation, HIV/AIDS, and menstrual cramps.
Some people use hyssop as a gargle; in baths to cause sweating; and on the skin for treating skin irritations, burns, bruises, and frostbite.
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