- Active ingredientsHawthorn
- Концентрация10:1, 5:1
Specification: 5:1 and 10:1
Family: pink (Rosacea)
The used part of a plant: blend flowers + leaves + fruits
Organoleptic characteristics of extract: powder of reddish and brick color with a characteristic smell and bitter-sweet taste.
Solubility: Let's dissolve in water.
- flavonoids (Rutinum, viteksin, viteksin-2 ramnozid); including: giperozid - 0,1%
- related to proantotsianidina flavonoids
- Epi catechin, catechin and the pro-cyanidines accompanying them;
- pentacyclic triterpena (oleanolovy, ursolovy acids)
- krategolovy acid;
- organic acids (lemon, coffee, chlorogenic, krategusny)
- biogenic amines (sincaline, acetylcholine);
- simple carbohydrates;
- vitamin C;
- beta sitosterol;
- microelements - magnesium, manganese, potassium, calcium. iron.
- the stimulating cellular updating;
- improving exchange processes and enriching skin with oxygen;
- tonic refreshing;
- eliminating redness;
- strengthening walls of vessels;
- pulling together a time;
- smoothing small wrinkles;
Use in cosmetics:
- means for care of normal and dry skin;
- means for the withering skin;
- means for care of the sensitive and angry skin;
- creams after acceptance of solar bathtubs;
- creams at a kuperoza;
The plant is known since 1 century to N e thanks to Dioskoridu and is shrouded in a loop of the most inconsistent legends.
If Celts and British ordered it negative influence (that did not prevent the king Richard III to have the coat of arms with the image of a hawthorn), then in Ancient Greece god newly married Gimeney carried a wreath from flowers of a hawthorn.
At ancient rusichy the hawthorn was a symbol of cordial passion, virginity and chastity. On a legend on a question: "In what strength of your soldiers, the prince that for magic?" the prince Oleg answered -
- "A hawthorn - here our force".
Court doctors prepared for Henry IV from flowers and fruits of a hawthorn "an elixir of May".
The fiery cinnabar of the Russian icons which fascinated Matisse is obliged by the beauty and firmness to dye from hawthorn bark.
Avicenna knew about curative properties of a plant already.
The modern medicine widely uses in drugs from a hawthorn its antiarrhytmic and cardiotonic action, ability to reduce the arterial pressure, anti-sclerous, sedative and diuretic effects.
In the food industry extract is quite often entered into syrups, soft drinks as an additional source of flavonoids.