Thresiama and Kuttan (1996) induced liver brosis in rats by using CCl4 and studied the antibrotic activity of ellagic acid
All previously stated activities may be linked to several poly-phenolic complexes present in peels of pomegranate, including a, b-punicalagin, ellagic acid
(EA) and some flavonoids (rutin, quercetin and catechin).
50] value of sanguiin H-6 and ellagic acid
on osteoclast formation was approximately 0.
Also ellagic acid
(VII) which is obtained by aerial oxidation of gallic acid [1, 16, 20].
Gallic acid (peak 1), catechin (peak 2), chlorogenic acid (peak 3), caffeic acid (peak 4), ellagic acid
(peak 5), rutin (peak 6), isoquercitrin (peak 7), quercitrin (peak 8), quercetin (peak 9), and kaempferol (peak 10).
They're also especially rich in ellagic acid
, an antioxidant that's linked to inhibiting the growth of cancer cells.
For results at home, dermatologist Dr Stefanie Williams recommends ellagic acid
and/or hydroxy-phenoxy propionic acid.
Phoenix Tears fruit tested in 2009 had an ellagic acid
content of 11.
food such as raspberries, walnuts and pecans also help protect against cancer, as this acid destroys cancerous cells and aids the immune system.
is a natural phenol antioxidant found in a number of vegetables and fruits.
(2, 3, 7, 8-tetrahydroxy  benzopyrano(5, 4, 3,-cde)  benzopran-5, 10-dione) is a naturally occurring polyphenolic compound which has been reported to be involved in a wide range of pharmacological activities such as such as antioxidant , anticancer , antiallergic , antimalarial , antiwrinkle , antiglycative and anti-inflammatory activities.
FURTHER SLASHES ACID AND INFLAMMATION LEVELS