Dec 17, 2021
Morinda Officinalis Extract is derived from Morinda officinalis, and Morinda officinalis is known as “Bajitian” in China. Scientifically, Morinda officinalis is the most common name of this species, but it is also known as Gynochthodes officinalis in the book of “World Checklist”. Morinda officinalis is a lianoid shrub mainly growing in mountains and forests of tropical and subtropical regions.
Morinda officinalis is a well-known medicinal plant in traditional medicine systems with a wide range of pharmacological activities. Its diverse pharmacological activities such as antioxidant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-osteoporosis, antidepressant and pro-fertility activities. And Morinda officinalis has a variety of pharmacological activities that enable this plant to be used in prescriptions for the treatment of various diseases. As for the application of Morinda officinalis root lasts for a lot of years, and it can be dated back to the late Qing Dynasty. Now, Morinda officinalis is now cultivated in Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces of China, and is regarded as a famous-region medicinal herb of Guangdong province.
And at present, Morinda Officinalis Extract is obtained by using Morinda officinalis as the raw material and undergoing physical and chemical extraction and separation processes to obtain and concentrate one or more active ingredients in the Morinda officinalis without changing the structure of the active ingredients. It is widely used in treating various diseases or nursing people's health.
According to currently available clinical studies, Bajitian extracts appear to be atoxic. No significant adverse effect has been reported at a normal dose. Generally, the appropriate dose of Bajitian depends on several factors such as the user's age, health condition, and several other conditions. But if people take an overdose, it will cause the following adverse effects: irritability, insomnia, and unpleasant sensations. Normally, there are two kinds of drug dosage forms containing Bajitian extract: tablets and capsules. And tablets and capsules contain the extract in various concentrations, generally between 200mg and 500mg. The usual dose is 300 mg capsules taken 3 times a day. But at this time there is not enough scientific information to determine a very appropriate range of doses for Bajitian. So keep in mind that natural products are not always safe at all times and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using.
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