Ghana Seed Flavonoids

Ghana Seed Flavonoids

Ghanaian seed flavonoid is an active ingredient in Ghana seed extract. alias: 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), an amino acid substance.It can be used as a precursor of serotonin (serotonin, 5-HT) in the human body, and as a precursor of melatonin.Some studies have shown that 5-HTP can increase the concentration of serotonin in the brain, improve depression and promote melatonin formation, improve sleep quality, and suppress appetite.
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Introduction of Ghanaian seed flavonoid

Ghanaian seed flavonoid is an active ingredient in Ghana seed extract. alias: 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), an amino acid substance.It can be used as a precursor of serotonin (serotonin, 5-HT) in the human body, and as a precursor of melatonin.Some studies have shown that 5-HTP can increase the concentration of serotonin in the brain, improve depression and promote melatonin formation, improve sleep quality, and suppress appetite. Ghana seeds extract are rich in 5-hydroxytryptophan and are the main natural source of 5-HTP. 5-HTP is classified as a pharmaceutical ingredient in some countries. In the United States, 5-HTP is considered a dietary supplement, health product to sale in United Kingdom, and Canada. 

Ghana seed flavonoids

Product Name: Ghana seed flavonoids 

Alias: 5-hydroxytryptophan

Specification: 5-hydroxytryptophan20%-98% 

Physicalcharacter: Soluble in water, melting point 270℃, rotation -30° 

Test Method: HPLC 

Appearance: Light white fine powder, slightly scented, slightly salty 

Functions of Ghanaian seed flavonoid

1. Antidepressant effect: Experimental observation showed that the utilization of L-TRP in patients with heavy depression was significantly lower than that in patients with mild depression.

2. Central analgesic effect: The experiment proves that the active ingredient in Ghana seed extract can exert central analgesic effect by increasing the content of serotonin (5-HT) in the central nervous system.

3. Hypnotic effect: 5-hydroxytryptophan can produce the neurohormonal precursor serotonin by vitamin B6 in the body to promote sleep and mental stability. 

4. Effects on neuroendocrine activity: 5-hydroxytryptophan can be converted into certain hormones and directly involved in endocrine activities. In addition, it can also be converted into central neurotransmitter 5-hydroxytryptamine and indirectly affected the release of neurohormones

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