Appearance: Brown yellow powder
Molecular formula: C15H10O5
Molecular weight: 270.2369
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Certificates: HACCP, ISO9001, ISO22000, KOSHER
Celery seed extract is occasionally used as a diuretic in herbal medicine, which can aid in lowering blood pressure. It has also been used for a very long time in Ayurveda to cure illnesses like the flu and the common cold. For thousands of years, eastern medicine has utilized celery seeds to cure illnesses like bronchitis, skin conditions, and the flu. Celery seeds are now most frequently used as a seasoning in food. They are, however, also offered as a dietary supplement in the form of extract or capsules.
Helps eliminate water by increasing urine output.
Treating arthritis and gout.
Helping reduce muscle spasms.
Calming the nerves.
Lowering blood pressure.
Gout is a group of metabolic diseases caused by the disorder of purine metabolism and the continuous increase of blood uric acid concentration, which leads to the deposition of urate crystals in soft tissues. Clinically manifested as hyperuricemia, gouty acute arthritis, chronic arthritis, and joint deformity, resulting in chronic interstitial nephritis and other diseases. It is closely related to the occurrence of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, atherosclerosis, and obesity, and has become a serious metabolic disease that threatens human health.
Celery has potential medical use since it is full of biologically active substances and is high in vitamins, cellulose, and volatile aromatic compounds. A celery seed extract has been used for centuries in traditional herbal treatments to help with the temporary relief of moderate rheumatic and gouty arthritic symptoms. Celery seed is effective for gout because it has mild diuretic and analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
* 3-n-Butylphthalide (3nB)
Luteolin is a flavonoid that directly reduces uric acid production. In an in vitro study, luteolin was found to be a flavonoid that inhibits xanthine oxidase. Xanthine oxidase is an enzyme in the purine pathway that produces a by-product of uric acid. A purine pathway enzyme called xanthine oxidase creates uric acid as a byproduct. Lutein decreases uric acid levels, which lessens the frequency of gout attacks.
3-n-Butylphthalide (also known as 3nB) is another compound in celery seed that may be beneficial for gout inflammation. Researchers have discovered that certain cells’ oxidative stress and pro-inflammatory pathways were reduced when they were exposed to 3nB. One study also looked at the antioxidant capabilities of -selenene. The outcomes demonstrated that -selenene has a variety of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities.