Resveratrol (3,4',5-trihydroxystilbene) belongs to a class of polyphenolic compounds called stilbenes. Some types of plants produce resveratrol and other stilbenes in response to stress, injury, fungal infection, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Resveratrol is a fat-soluble compound that occurs in a trans and a cis configuration. Both cis- and trans-resveratrol also occur as glucosides (bound to a glucose molecule). Resveratrol-3-O-beta-glucoside is also called piceid. Scientists became interested in exploring potential health benefits of resveratrol in 1992 when its presence was first reported in red wine, leading to speculation that resveratrol might help explain the French Paradox More recently, reports on the potential for resveratrol to inhibit the development of cancer and extend lifespan in cell culture and animal models have continued to generate scientific interest.
Extraction Type:Liquid-Solid Extraction
Place of Origin:Xi'an China (Mainland)
1. To increase sperm secretion and stimulate sexual desire
2. To have antiarrhythmic action and to relieve asthma
3. To lower blood pressure and relax vascular smooth
4. To dry dampness and kill worms
5. To expel cold and the wind,to warm the kidney and strengthen the yin
6. Antifugal and antivirotic
1.Resveratrol has the function of antipyretic and analgesic effect.
2.Resveratrol is effective on anti-cancer, anti-mutagenic capacity.
3.Resveratrol can prevent heart and liver damage.
4.Resveratrol is helpful to antithrombotic.
5.Resveratrol can be used to enhance immune system activity in the wound treatment.
6.Resveratrol is natural antioxidant ,and impacts on the metabolism of osseous issue.