Linden Ultrasonic Extraction is a natural plant extract that is commonly used in the cosmetics, food, and beverage industries. It is extracted from the flowers of the linden tree (Tilia spp.) using ultrasonic extraction methods, which produce a high-quality, pure extract. In this technical guide, we will provide essential information to buyers interested in purchasing wholesale quantities of Linden Ultrasonic Extraction.

Synonyms: Linden Ultrasonic Extraction is also known as Tilia Cordata Extract, Lime Blossom Extract, and Tilia Vulgaris Extract.

Botanical names: The botanical name for Linden Ultrasonic Extraction is Tilia spp. The most common species used for extraction are Tilia cordata and Tilia platyphyllos.

Part of the plant used: The flowers of the linden tree are used to produce Linden Ultrasonic Extraction.

Chemical composition: Linden Ultrasonic Extraction contains a range of bioactive compounds, including flavonoids, phenolic acids, and essential oils. Some of the primary compounds in the extract include quercetin, kaempferol, and chlorogenic acid.

Growing locations: Linden trees are native to Europe and Asia and are widely cultivated in many parts of the world. The trees prefer temperate climates and are commonly found in parks, gardens, and along streets in urban areas.

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