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Echinacea Extract


4.0% Polyphenols 2% 4% Choric acid UV/HPLC

Botanical Source:



25 kg/drum


Stored in cool & dry places, protected from direct sunlight and heat.

SKU HE3398 Category

Echinacea Extract Safety Tips

Handling of Echinacea Extract should only be performed by personnel trained and familiar with handling potent active pharmaceutical ingredients. Moderate to severe irritant to the skin and eyes.


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  • 2. Molecular targets of the antiinflammatory Harpagophytum procumbens (devil’s claw): inhibition of TNFα and COX-2 gene expression by preventing activation of AP-1.
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4.0% Polyphenols 2% 4% Choric acid UV/HPLC

Botanical Source



25 kg/drum


Stored in cool & dry places, protected from direct sunlight and heat.


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