factory customized Garlic Powder Processing Plant - Cytisine – Chenlv
factory customized Garlic Powder Processing Plant - Cytisine – Chenlv Detail:
CAS No.: 485-35 -8
Latin name: genera Laburnum, Cytisus
Part used: whole herb
Appearance: off-white to yellowish-brown crystalline solid
Test method: HPLC
Cytisine is an alkaloid naturally derived from the Fabaceae family of plants including the genera Laburnum and Cytisus. Recent studies have shown it to be a more effective and significantly more affordable smoking cessation treatment than nicotine replacement therapy. Also known as baptitoxine or sophorine, cytisine has been used as a smoking cessation treatment since 1964, and is relatively unknown in regions outside of central and Eastern Europe. Cytisine is a partial nicotinic acetylcholine agonist with a half-life of 4.8 hours. Recent Phase III clinical trials using Tabex (a brand of Cytisine marketed by Sopharma AD) have shown similar efficacy to varenicline, but at a fraction of the cost.
Product packing: 25kg/drum
Validity period: 2 years
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