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[Latin Name]Huperzia serratum [Source] Huperziceae whole herb from China [Appearance]Brown to white [Ingredient]Huperzine A [Specification]Huperzine A 1% – 5%, HPLC [Solubility] Soluble in chloroform, methanol, ethanol, slightly soluble in water [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Pesticide residue] EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in ...

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[Latin Name]Huperzia serratum

[Source] Huperziceae whole herb from China

[Appearance]Brown to white

[Ingredient]Huperzine A

[Specification]Huperzine A 1% – 5%, HPLC

[Solubility] Soluble in chloroform, methanol, ethanol, slightly soluble in water

[Particle size] 80 Mesh

[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%

[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM

[Pesticide residue] EC396-2005, USP 34, EP 8.0, FDA

[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.

[Shelf life] 24 Months

[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.

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[What is Huperzine A]

Huperzia is a type of moss that grows in China. It is related to club mosses (the Lycopodiaceae family) and is known to some botanists as Lycopodium serratum . The whole prepared moss was used traditionally. Modern herbal preparations use only the isolated alkaloid known as huperzine A. Huperzine A is an alkaloid found in huperzia that has been reported to prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, an important substance needed by the nervous system to transmit information from cell to cell. Animal research has suggested that huperzine A’s ability to preserve acetylcholine may be greater than that of some prescription drugs. Loss of acetylcholine function is a primary feature of several disorders of brain function, including Alzheimer’s disease . Huperzine A may also have a protective effect on brain tissue, further increasing its theoretical potential for helping reduce symptoms of some brain disorders.

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[Function] Used in alternative medicine, huperzine A has been found to act as a cholinesterase inhibitor, a type of medicine used to prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine (a chemical essential to learning and memory).

Not only used as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, huperzine A is also said to enhance learning and memory and to protect against age-related cognitive decline.

In addition, huperzine A is sometimes used to boost energy, increase alertness, and aid in the treatment of myasthenia gravis (an autoimmune disorder that affects the muscles).

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    Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) is an important medicinal herb in India and it is widely used as hepatoprotective, immunomodulator, anti–inflammatory, anti–malarial, anti-diarrhoeal and with beneficial effect on respiratory and cardiovascular systems.

    Kalmegh is a bitter annual (perennial, if maintained) herb, erect, 50 cm to 1m. in
    height, stem quadrangular, much branched; leaves opposite, short petioled; flowers
    in racemes. Fruit capsule linear, oblong or elliptic; seeds about 12 in number, subquadrate,
    brownish or creamy yellow.

    COMMON NAMES: Kirayat, Hara-chiretta, Kalpnath.

    It is widely distributed throughout plains of India from Uttar Pradesh to Assam,
    Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

    PART USED: Whole plant


    Nursery beds under shade-net supported better seedling growth. A shed net with 75% light reduction helped in early production of maximum number of seedlings ready for transplanting which would be helpful in preparedness for early monsoon. Lower soil temperature under shade–net might be one of the reasons for better plant stand and growth. Shade also reduced temperature fluctuation within day time at 1–3 cm soil depth. Mulching of nursery beds helped in conservation of soil moisture for longer period and one irrigation could be saved compared to no–mulching. Hence, nursery beds may be prepared under the 75% shade–net between last week of May and beginning of June with afore mentioned seed rate, spacing and nutrient dose followed by mulching to produce more than 600 and 750 seedlings ready for transplanting from 1m2 area by 35 and 42 days after sowing, respectively.

    It can be cultivated on wide range of soils from loam to lateritic soils with moderate
    fertility. It can be cultivated on shady wastelands also.
    The climatic requirement of the plant is hot and humid conditions with ample
    sunshine. With the onset of monsoon, plant grows luxuriantly and starts flowering
    with the moderation in temperature during September. Flowering and fruiting
    continues upto December until temperature drops drastically in Northern plains.

    Its propagation is through shattered seeds in nature. Vegetative propagation is also
    possible in certain special cases through layering as each node is capable of
    producing enough roots. Seeds are small and remain dormant for five to six months.
    For raising crop in one hectare three beds of 10×2 m size should be tilled, pulverized
    and levelled during the month of May. Liberal use of organic manure in nursery is
    advised for raising healthy seedling. Seeds should be covered by very thin layer of
    soil and compost mixture. Beds should be covered properly by suitable mulch and
    irrigated regularly with water fountain till seedlings merge (6-7 days).
    Immediately after germination, mulch is removed to avoid elongation of the
    seedlings. After 10-15 days regular flood irrigation can be given till it becomes ready
    for planting.
    Transplanting of seedling is done in second fortnight of June at a row and plant
    spacing of 45 to 60 cm and 30 to 45 cm respectively. Beds should be irrigated
    immediately after planting.

    To begin with one or two weeding/hoeing are essential to get the crop established.
    After establishment, crop grows well during monsoon and does not face any
    competition from weed.

    The medicinal plants have to be grown without chemical fertilizers and use of
    pesticides. Organic manures like, Farm Yard Manure (FYM), Vermi-Compost, Green
    Manure etc. may be used as per requirement of the species. To prevent diseases,
    bio-pesticides could be prepared (either single or mixture) from Neem (kernel, seeds
    & leaves), Chitrakmool, Dhatura, Cow’s urine etc.

    Fairly distributed rainfall during monsoon is sufficient to raise annual crop in
    Northern states. But prior to rain 2-3 irrigations are required. Irrigation during
    autumn does not show much effect on biomass yield as by that time plant is in
    reproductive phase.

    Maximum herb biomass can be obtained in 90-100 days beyond which leaves start
    shedding. If crop is raised as annual crop and planted during the month of May June,
    it should be harvested by the end of the September when flowering is initiated. At
    the time of flower initiation, active principle andrographolide is high in leaves. Since
    the whole plant contains active principles, entire harvested material is dried in shade
    and powdered.

    A well-maintained crop grown during monsoon season yields 3.5 to 4.0 tons of dried
    herb per hectare.

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