Ghana Seed Extract

Ghana Seed Extract

Ghana seed extract is a dry seed extracted from the Ghana grain of the mesquite plant called Ghanaian seeds.The leaves of Ghanaian seeds have been used to restore wounds in West Africa, and its leaf mash is a good powder for treating urinary tract disorders and kidney disease.
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Introduction of Ghana Seed Extract

Ghana seed extract is a dry seed extracted from the Ghana grain of the mesquite plant called Ghanaian seeds.The leaves of Ghanaian seeds have been used to restore wounds in West Africa, and its leaf mash is a good powder for treating urinary tract disorders and kidney disease. 

Ghana seed extract

Product Name: Ghana seed extract 

Latin Name:Griffoniasimplicifolia L. 

Plant source: griffoniasimplicifolia seeds 

Part use: Seed 

Active ingredient: 5-HTP 

Specification: HPLC 10%~99% 

Molecular formula: C11H12N2O3 Molecular weight: 220.23 

CAS No: 56-69-9 

Appearance: white to white fine powder Physical 

character: slight taste slightly salty, 5-HTP is not soluble in water, melting point 270 ° C, optical rotation -30 ° Clinical 

application: anti-mental depression  

Functions of Ghana Seed Extract

1. Anti-depression: 5-HTP is a metabolite of amino acid tryptophan, a precursor of human serotonin. And it is used to synthesize the complex amines needed by the body, for normal neurological and brain functions.

2. Reducing stress and improving sleep: It can help the body balance hormone to control human emotions, improve sleep quality, and effectively inhibit pain. Therefore, 5-hydroxytryptophan is also used to treat insomnia.

3. Losing weight: It can effectively control appetite, improve the sensitivity of the satiety center, reduce hunger, make the weight loss process easier and easier to achieve, and it is also the current popular diet food adjuvant.

4. Besides the traditional medical and anti-depression functions, it also has functions such as weight loss, addiction, sleep improvement, palliative premenstrual syndrome, and treatment of migraine.

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