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Cranberry Extract Anthocyanidins 25%,CAS NO:13306-05-3

Cranberry Extract Anthocyanidins 25%,CAS NO:13306-05-3


Product Name: Cranberry Extract
Other Name: Anthocyanidins
Appearance: Dark Red Fine Powder
CAS NO: 13306-05-3


Product Name:Cranberry Extract 

Other Name: Anthocyanidins

Appearance:Dark Red Fine Powder  

CAS NO:13306-05-3

MF: C15H11O6+

MW: 287.24                 


Test Method: HPLC/UV

Physical Property: Easily soluble in water , soluble in methanol , ethyl acetate. 


1. High ORAC antioxidant activity.Cranberries and cranberry extract can slow the oxidative processes and free radical damage that contributes to age-related cellular degeneration and disease.

2. Proven urinary tract infection protection. Cranberry extract does a remarkable job of preventing the adhesion of E. coli bacteria to the cells that line the urinary tract

3. Phytochemicals found in cranberries is in the area of cancer prevention and cancer treatment. The anticancer properties of cranberries and cranberry extract are a new frontier in cancer research that is really starting to gain ground.

4. Cranberry and its extract can enhance the capacity of cardiovascular, prevention of cardiovascular disease such as coronary heart disease.



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Cranberry is a small, evergreen shrub grown throughout North America. Cranberry has a long history of use among native American Indian tribes, primarily for treating urinary conditions. Juice and extracts from the fruit (berry) are used as medicine.

Cranberry is most commonly used for prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections (UTIs). Cranberry JUICE seems to help prevent UTIs, but so far it doesn’t seem to be effective in treating UTIs.

How does it work?

People used to think that cranberry worked for urinary tract infections by making the urine acidic and, therefore, unlikely to support the growth of bacteria. But researchers don’t believe this explanation any more. They now think that some of the chemicals in cranberries keep bacteria from sticking to the cells that line the urinary tract where they can multiply. Cranberry, however, does not seem to have the ability to release bacteria which are already stuck to these cells. This may explain why cranberry is possibly effective in preventing urinary tract infections, but possibly ineffective in treating them.

Cranberry, as well as many other fruits and vegetables, contains significant amounts of salicylic acid, which is an important ingredient in aspirin. Drinking cranberry juice regularly increases the amount of salicylic acid in the body. Salicylic acid can reduce swelling, prevent blood clots, and can have antitumor effects.

Cranberry is also used for neurogenic bladder (a bladder disease), as well as to deodorize urine in people with urinary incontinence (difficulty controlling urination). Some people use cranberry to increase urine flow, kill germs, speed skin healing, and reduce fever.

Some people use cranberry for type 2 diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), scurvy, inflammation of the lining around the lung (pleurisy), and cancer.

In foods, cranberry fruit is used in cranberry juice, cranberry juice cocktail, jelly, and sauce. Cranberry juice cocktail is approximately 26% to 33% pure cranberry juice, sweetened with fructose or artificial sweetener.

Provides Nutrients

One 200 milligram cranberry extract pill provides about 50 percent of your recommended vitamin C intake, which is vital for wound healing and disease prevention. Cranberry extract is also a good source of dietary fiber, contributing 9.2 grams -- providing relief from constipation, as well as blood sugar regulation. As part of a varied diet, cranberry extract can help boost your vitamin K and vitamins E levels, as well as provide essential minerals essential to bodily functions.

How much cranberry extract should you take?

Although there are no specific cranberry doses to treat health ailments, according to a 2004 review by the "American Family Physician," 300 to 400 mg of cranberry extract twice daily can help prevent UTIs. Most commercial cranberry juice contains sugar, which bacteria feed on making the infection worse. Therefore, cranberry extract is a better option, or unsweetened cranberry juice.velop and customize all kinds of high quality herbal extracts in different purities from different botantials based on clients requests!

How safe is it?


Those prone to kidney stones should contact their health care provider before taking a cranberry product.


Generally recognized as safe when used as food. Avoid dosages above those found in food because safety and efficacy are unproven.


In patients taking warfarin, drinking cranberry juice may increase the risk of severe bleeding, including hemorrhage. Because warfarin has a narrow therapeutic index, patients taking warfarin should limit or avoid concomitant ingestion of cranberry juice.

Side Effects

Extremely large doses can produce GI symptoms such as diarrhea.


There have been no reports of toxicity with the use of cranberry juice.

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