Product name: Hops Extract
Botanical Name: Humulus Iupulus L.
Specification: Flavones 5%
Test method: UV
Appearance: Brown Yellow Powder
Xanthohumol (XN) is a flavonoid compound and is currently only found in hops.
Hops are the female flowers from the hop plant, Humulus lupulus. They’re most commonly found in beer, where they help produce its bitter flavor. They also have a long history of use in herbal medicine, dating back to at least the 9th century in Europe. They have traditionally been used to treat a variety of ailments, ranging from indigestion to leprosy.
In China, wild hops are distributed in northern Xinjiang, and artificial cultivation areas include northeast and north China. Hop is a kind of homologous plant with a long history of the application. It is mainly used as a spice, seasoning, and can also be used for making tea. The female inflorescence can be used as a medicine, which can stomach and digest food and relieve anxiety. Hops are rich in hop resin, hop oil, polyphenols, flavonoids, and other medicinal ingredients, so they have high utilization value in the medical and health care industry.
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The Commission E approved the internal use of hops extract for mood disturbances such as restlessness and anxiety as well as sleep disturbances.
The British Herbal Compendium indicated its use for excitability, restlessness, disorders of sleep, and lack of appetite (Bradley, 1992).
ESCOP indicates its use for tenseness, restlessness, and difficulty in falling asleep (ESCOP, 1997). The German Standard License for hops tea infusion indicates its use for disturbed states such as restlessness and disorders of sleep (Braun et al., 1997).