Ferulic acid is a naturally occurring substance present in plant cell walls. It is one of several natural plant chemicals known as phytochemicals that are found in a wide range of plant species. This chemical's formal name is 4-hydroxy-3-methoxycinnamic acid, and its molecular formula is C10H10O4. An enzyme called omethyl transferase produces the molecule within plant cells.
|Indications and Uses
1. Ferulic acid improves sperm motility and mobility in the human body. 2. Ferulic acid inhibits platelet aggregation and increases 3H-5HT release from platelets.
3. Ferulic acid has the ability to use antioxidation, eliminate free radicals, protect cells, and support the body's immunological function.
4. Ferulic acid, which has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-mutation, and anti-ultraviolet radiation properties.
5. Ferulic acid inhibits thrombosis, lowers blood viscosity, and can be utilized to treat ischemic palsy by increasing brain microcirculation.
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