Oleanolic acid

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Astrantiagenin C; Caryophyllin; Giganteumgenin C; Gledigenin 1; Virgaureagenin B

Molecular weight:

456,71 g/mol

For induction of iNOS and Cyclooxygenase 2.

Plant: it can be obtained from sage (Salvia officinalis), common ivy (Hedera helix),[3] sugar beet (Beta vulgaris), ginseng (Panax ginseng), common plantain (Plantago major), Syzygium cumini, pistachios (Pistazia vera), olive leaves (Olea europaea) and white berry mistletoe (Viscum album)[4].

  • Is weakly cytotoxic and has only purely low anti-oxidative potential
  • Since 1977, oleanolic acid has been used as an oral therapeutic agent in China and Japan for liver diseases.
  • Since 1986 against hyperlipidemia and non-lymphocytic leukemia
  • Since 1990, a cream containing oleanol has been on the market in Japan to protect against skin cancer

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