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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp 161–164 | Cite as

Method for the quantitative determination of schizandrin and schizandrol in Schisandra chinensis

  • L. I. Samoilenko
  • N. I. Suprunov
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Conclusions

A chromatophotocolorimetric method for the quantitative determination of the mixture of schizandrin and schizandrol in various organs ofSchisandra chinensis (Turcz.) Baill. has been proposed. It has been established that the approximate amount of schizandrin and schizandrol in the seeds is 3%, in the stems 5%, and in the rhizomes 4%. The best type of raw material is the bark of the stems and of the rhizomes collected in July.

Keywords

Concentrate Sulfuric Acid Lignan Ginseng Root Good Type Approximate Amount 

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  • L. I. Samoilenko
  • N. I. Suprunov

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