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Brassaiopsis Glomerulata Extract

  • Latin Name:   Brassaiopsis Glomerulata (Bl.)
  • Synonyms:   
  • Part of Used:   Leaf
  • Specifications:   Flavones 30% UV/10:1TLC/20:1TLC
  • Appearance:   Brown fine powder
  • Application:   Bodybuilding, men’s health, supplement, pre workout
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What is Brassaiopsis Glomerulata Extract?

Brassaiopsis glomerulata is a shrub found in the Far East, which local healers use to cure all sorts of complaints from rheumatism to back pain to constipation. Healers in China use the plant to stimulate urine production.

With modern technology, researchers discovered that this ancient herb contains anti-oestrogen effects--meaning it has the ability to minimize female hormones. Brassaiopsis glomerulata extracts are now sold as bodybuilding supplements based on the facts that aromatase inhibitors present in the plant might have effects on human.

Health Benefits of Brassaiopsis Glomerulata Extract

Strong natural anti-oestrogens in Brassaiopsis glomerulata Extract

As designer supplements containing synthetic steroid compounds are being withdrawn from the market, more and more supplements with exotic extracts are being launched. One of these new extracts is Brassaiopsis glomerulata. A study by cancer researchers suggests that it blocks the enzyme aromatase.

Extracts of Brassaiopsis glomerulata are found in Triazole, an anti-oestrogen supplement/testosterone booster produced by Driven Sports. Brassaiopsis glomerulata is not the only ingredient in Triazole, but it is the one that the manufacturer trumpets about most in the publicity material.

The researchers discovered that extracts of the leaves of Brassaiopsis glomerulata have an anti-oestrogenic effect. They isolated the ingredients in the extract and determined the anti-oestrogenic effect of each one. The researchers looked at whether the compounds were capable of inhibiting the aromatase enzyme that converts androstenedione into female hormones in test tubes [non-cellular], and whether they inhibited the conversion in live human cells .