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Platycodon Grandiflorus

Platycodon Grandiflorus

Platycodon grandiflorus, cultivated for medicinal use, commonly called balloon flower, is a clump-forming perennial that is so named because its flower buds puff up like balloons before bursting open into outward-to-upward-facing, bell-shaped flowers with five pointed lobes. Genus name comes from the Greek words platys meaning broad and kodon meaning a bell for the shape of the corolla.

  • Platycodigenin

    CAS No: 22327-82-8
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    Chemical Formula: C30H48O7
    Molecular Weight: 520.707
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%
  • Platycoside E

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    Chemical Formula: C69H112O38
    Molecular Weight: 1549.62
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%
  • Platycodin D3

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    Chemical Formula: C63H102O33
    Molecular Weight: 1387.48
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%
  • Deapioplatycodin D3

    CAS No: 67884-05-3
    Catalog No: JOT-11811
    Chemical Formula: C58H94O29
    Molecular Weight: 1255.35
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%
  • Platycodin D2

    CAS No: 66663-90-9
    Catalog No: JOT-10956
    Chemical Formula: C63H102O33
    Molecular Weight: 1387.48
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%
  • Desapioplatycodin D

    CAS No: 78763-58-3
    Catalog No: JOT-10952
    Chemical Formula: C52H84O24
    Molecular Weight: 1093.22
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%
  • Platycodin D

    CAS No: 58479-68-8
    Catalog No: JOT-10194
    Chemical Formula: C57H92O28
    Molecular Weight: 1225.34
    Purity(by HPLC): 95%~99%