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Tea Saponins

Tea Saponins are extracted from Tea leaves. Stanford Chemicals has been providing quality Tea Saponins and many other natural plant extracts for over 25 years.

SKU HE3137 Category

Tea Saponins Safety Tips

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

References

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Details

Product Name

Tea Saponins

CAS No.

8047-15-2

Molecular Formula

C27H42O3

Molecular Weight

1200

Purity

60%-95%UV

Package

25 kg/drum









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