• VALERIAN

    VALERIAN

    Profile Latin Name: Valeriana Officinalis CAS No.: 97927-02-1 Active Ingredient: Valerenic Acid Specifications: 0,4% – 0,8% Test Method: UV-Vis Part used: Root Appearance: Fine brown powder Description Valerian is a plant used mainly for its tranquilizing…

  • WAKAME SEAWEED

    WAKAME SEAWEED

      Profile Latin Name: Undaria pinnatifida CAS No.: 223751-81-3 Active Ingredient: Fucoxanthine Specifications: 10% Test Method: UV-VIS Plant of origin: Undaria pinnatifida Part used: Thallus Appearance: Fine light yellow powder   Description Wakame…

  • WHITE FIR

    WHITE FIR

    Profile Latin Name: Abies Alba CAS No.: 90028-76-5 Active Ingredient:  Specification: 4:1 Part used: Leaves Appearance: Fine yellow brown powder   Description The white fir, Abies alba or Abies pectinata, is a large evergreen tree of the Pinaceae family,…

  • WHITE TEA

    WHITE TEA

    Profile Latin Name: Camellia sinensis O. Ktze CAS No.: 84650-60-2 Active Ingredient: Polyphenols Specifications: 40% Test Method: UV-Vis Part used: Leaves Appearance: Fine off white to light pink powder   Description White tea is also called “Emperor’s…

  • WHITE WILLOW

    WHITE WILLOW

    Profile Description Salix Alba (white willow) is a species of willow native to Europe and western and central Asia. The name derive from the white tone to underside of the leaves. It is a medium-sized to large deciduous tree growing up to 10-30 m tall. The bark…

  • WILD ROSEMARY (LEDUM PALUSTRE)

    WILD ROSEMARY (LEDUM PALUSTRE)

    Profile Latin Name: Ledum Palustre CAS No.: 90063-39-1 Active Ingredient: Specifications: 5:1 Part used: Whole Plant Appearance: Fine brown powder   Description Ledum palustre is also called wild rosemary and is an aromatic plant of the Ericaceae family,…

  • WILD YAM

    WILD YAM

    Profile Description They are perennial herbaceous plants, up to 5 meters high, with tuberiform roots or rhizomes. They possess twining (twisting) stems. The heart-shaped leaves (corded base) are long petiolate with deep veins. The flowers are inconspicuous,…