【Product Name】: Senna extract 【English name】: Senna Leaf P.E. 【Latin name】: Folium Sennae 【Product Source】: This product is legume leaf sick senna Cassia angustifolia Vahl or Senna senna Cassia acutifolia Delile dry leaflets. The main components: Senna glycosides 【Specifications】: Senna...Send Inquiry
【Product Name】: Senna extract
【English name】: Senna Leaf P.E.
【Latin name】: Folium Sennae
【Product Source】: This product is legume leaf sick senna Cassia angustifolia Vahl or Senna senna Cassia acutifolia Delile dry leaflets.
The main components: Senna glycosides
【Specifications】: Senna glycosides 5%, 8%, 10%, 20 %%; senna extract 10: 1, 20: 1, 30: 1
【Product Properties】: brown fine powder
Solubility: This product is light yellow prism crystal (acetone), the melting point of 180 ° C to 186 ° C, optical rotation -100 ° (c = 0.2,70% acetone), optical rotation -67 ° (c = 0.4,70% Six ring). The nature of the dissolution with senna glycosides A, but larger than the solubility of sennoside A large
【Packing】: 5KG within double plastic packaging, external foil packaging; 25KG above cardboard drums. Standard packaging: 25KG / barrel
Storage conditions: Shading should be sealed, stored in a dry, cool, well-ventilated place, valid for two years.
The active ingredient in senna is called sennoside. The constituent molecule is converted by microbes to another substance in the colon, rhein acid, which has a beneficial effect of stimulating colon activity that accelerates bowel movements and improves digestion and increases fluid secretion. Sennhelin's laxative effect and its active metabolite, rhein acid, are thought to inhibit the large intestine's absorption of water and electrolytes, thereby increasing the volume and pressure of intestinal contents. It will stimulate propulsive tightening movements of the colon. In addition, stimulation of active chloride secretion increases the contents of the intestinal water and electrolyte. These changes in the transport of the active electrolyte depend on the calcium element on the serosal surface. The laxative effect of sennosides partly through stimulation of colon fluid and electrolyte secretion, and this secretion capacity is regulated by the stimulating effect on endogenous prostaglandin formation. Sennoside can be prepared as an enema or suppository or with a fecal softener or lump of fiber laxatives to form a joint laxatives.