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Phytoestrogen Extraction for Relaxation of Female Menopause Symptoms from Natural Products
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  • Journal title : Applied Chemistry for Engineering
  • Volume 27, Issue 2,  2016, pp.217-220
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
  • DOI : 10.14478/ace.2016.1023
 Title & Authors
Phytoestrogen Extraction for Relaxation of Female Menopause Symptoms from Natural Products
Lee, Seung Bum; Park, So Yeon; Jeon, Gil Song; Hong, In Kwon;
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 Abstract
Phytoestrogens are one of quasi-estrogens which are not generated within the endocrine system, but consumed by intaking phytoestrogenic plants. Phytoestrogens, also called as "dietary estrogens", are various botanic chemical compound groups naturally occurring nonsteroidal plant compounds of spontaneous generation. Due to their structural similarities to estrogone, they may provide desirable health benefits for reducing the menopausal symptoms. In this paper, various phytoestrogens were extracted from sophora root, pomegranate and kudzu by ultrasonic extraction process. In this study, the amount of extracted phytoestrogens at various ultrasonic power strengths and extraction times were compared, which could be used as basic data in the study of biology and chemistry related to natural products.
 Keywords
phytoestrogen;menopausal symptom;ultrasonic extraction;natural product;
 Language
Korean
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