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CO2 Total Extract
Rubus idaeus

  • Botanical nameRubus idaeus

  • Common name: Red raspberry

  • Geographical position: 700m above sea level

  • Part of the plant used: Leaf (wild)

  • Appearance: Dark Brown solid.

  • Major compounds: Ocimene, heptanone, pentanone.

  • Odor: Natural and fresh fragrance

Application:

Pharmaceutics
Chemical Industry
Supplements
Food
Natural Cosmetics

[1] Sharifi-Rad, M.; Ozcelik, B.; Altın, G.; Da¸skaya-Dikmen, C.; Martorell, M.; Ramírez-Alarcón, K.; Alarcón-Zapata, P.; Morais-Braga, M.F.B.; Carneiro, J.N.P.; Leal, A.L.A.B. Salvia spp. plants-from farm to food applications and phytopharmacotherapy. Trends Food Sci. Technol. 2018, 80, 242–263

[2] Adams, M.; Gmünder, F.; Hamburger, M. Plants traditionally used in age-related brain disorders—A survey of ethnobotanical literature. J. Ethnopharmacol. 2007, 113, 363–381.

[3] Perry, E.K.; Pickering, A.T.; Wang, W.W.; Houghton, P.J.; Perry, N.S.L. Medicinal plants and Alzheimer’s disease: From ethnobotany to phytotherapy. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 1999, 51, 527–534

[4] Eidi, M.; Eidi, A.; Zamanizadeh, H. Effect of Salvia officinalis L. leaves on serum glucose and insulin in healthy and streptozotocininduced diabetic rats. J. Ethnopharmacol. 2005, 100, 310–313

[5] Khedher, M.R.B.; Khedher, S.B.; Chaieb, I.; Tounsi, S.; Hammami, M. Chemical composition and biological activities of Salvia officinalis essential oil from Tunisia. EXCLI J. 2017, 16, 160.

Literature:

[1] Hummer, K. E. (2010). Rubus Pharmacology: Antiquity to the Present, HortScience horts, 45(11), 1587-1591. Retrieved Jun 14, 2022

[2] Tito A, Bimonte M, Carola A, De Lucia A, Barbulova A, Tortora A, Colucci G, Apone F. An oil-soluble extract of Rubus idaeus cells enhances hydration and water homeostasis in skin cells. Int J Cosmet Sci. 2015 Dec;37(6):588-94. doi: 10.1111/ics.12236. Epub 2015 May 25. PMID: 25940647.

[3] Pattarawan Rattanawiwatpong, Rungsima Wanitphakdeedecha, Akkarach Bumrungpert, Mart Maiprasert: Anti‐aging and brightening effects of a topical treatment containing vitamin C, vitamin E, and raspberry leaf cell culture extract: A split‐face, randomized controlled trial. January 2020Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 19(7) DOI:10.1111/jocd.13305

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