Wild Indigo Extract
[ Botanical Name ] Baptisia Tinctoria
[ Detection method ] HPLC
[ Used Part ] Root
[ Appearance ] Brown Powder
COA of Wild Indigo Extract
Loss on drying: 2.20%
Mesh Side: 100% pass 80 mesh
Ratio extract: 10:1
Heavy metal: ≤10ppm
Residual Pesticide: ≤2ppm
Total Plate Count: ≤1000cfu/g
Yeast & Mold: ≤100cfu/g
E. Coli: Negative
About Wild Indigo Extract
Baptisia tinctoria has yellow flowers that eventually become seedpods, whereas Baptisia australis, a similar species, has deep blue-to-violet flowers that resemble sweet pea flowers. When the plant's sap is exposed to air, it turns purple. Although this sap has been used for dying, it is not as colorfast as true indigo (Indigofera tinctoria).
Currently, Wild Indigo Extract seems most promising as an immunomodulator, as both laboratory studies and clinical studies using Esberitox® have noted some benefit. In addition, wild indigo may have antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory effects, although a definitive conclusion is still lacking. More studies using wild indigo as a monotherapy are needed before its safety and efficacy can be determined.
Wild Indigo Extract is used for infections such as diphtheria, influenza (flu), swine flu, the common cold and other upper respiratory tract infections, lymph node infections, scarlet fever, malaria, and typhoid. It is also used for sore tonsils (tonsillitis), sore throat, swelling of the mouth and throat, fever, boils, and Crohn's disease.
[ Storage ] Store in cool & dry place. Keep away from strong light and heat.
[ Shelf life ] 5 years when properly stored
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