Synonyms: 3,3',4',5,5',7-hexahydroxyflavone, Cannabiscetin,
Botanical origin: Ampolopsis grossedentata W.T.Wang.
CAS No. : 529-44-2
Molecular structure & weight:C15H10O8, 318.24
Melting point: 360 ℃
Part of the plant used: Leaf
Extract solvents: Ethanol & water
Appearance: Kingherbs 98% myricetin is a fine yellow-beige
Solubility: easy soluble in hot water, hot ethanol and acetone,
soluble in ethanol,
methanol, slightly soluble acetic ether, insoluble in chloroform,
Stability: stable in heat, but when heated to 100℃ above, it will
be oxidized irreversibly. It is stable in acidity and neutral.
Myricetin is flavonol, found in many grapes, berries, fruits,
vegetables, herbs, as well as other plants. Walnuts are a rich
dietary source. It consisting of 3-hydroxyflavone backbone and 6
hydroxyl groups. Pure Myricetin mainly occurs in nature in the form
Kingherbs use Ampelopsis grossedentata for myricetin, it is called
Teng Cha in China, as a Chinese Herbal Medicine it has a glycol
flavor, the nature is cool; it can alleviate fevers,
dis-intoxicate, cure rheumatism, strengthen physique, diuresize,
and many other functions.
Ampelopsis grossedentata contains rich flavones, amino acids,
vitamins; proteins and essential trace element.
The flavones are mainly dihydromyricetin, myricetin, quercetin,
quercetin-5-O-β–D-glucoside, taxifolin, apiin.
Specification: Kingherbs have myricetin 50%, 80%, 98% by HPLC.