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BBC News

BBC News
Tue, 27 Jan 2015 01:45:00 -0800

Native to tropical and sub-tropical areas of South and Latin America, sweet compounds called steviol glycosides are extracted from the leaves of the plant by steeping them in water. These compounds pass through the body without being absorbed.

Fox News

Fox News
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 12:39:58 -0800

Both are classified as flavone glycosides, a group of natural antioxidant compounds that typically occur in small amounts in various plants, from fruits and vegetables to herbs. As a class, the flavone glycosides show a lot of beneficial activity. Some ...
PJ Media
Tue, 13 Jan 2015 04:52:57 -0800

Nyazema seized on the observation that the chemical structure of bile acids are not that far removed from plant-derived cardiac glycosides, drugs like digoxin (Lanoxin) that are still used to aid patients with heart failure and some types of heart ...

Medical News Today

Medical News Today
Sun, 28 Dec 2014 23:52:30 -0800

Steviol glycosides are extracted from the stevia leaf, filtered, and purified. This process is similar to how other plant ingredients such as sugar and vanilla extract are obtained. The sweet molecules in the stevia plant are extracted by steeping the ...

Irish Independent

Washington Post
Mon, 12 Jan 2015 09:10:37 -0800

Kroll, again citing Nyazema's work, notes that the region contains at least a dozen plants from which cardiac glycosides can be derived. In toxic doses, cardiac glycosides can “slow the heartbeat to zero” and cause symptoms like “nausea, vomiting ...
Chandler Brownsboro
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 18:26:15 -0800

Naturally occurring glycosides may form prussic acid, also called hydrocyanic acid or HCN, which can build up to toxic levels in leaves of a number of plants and including johnson grass, sorghum, sudangrass, sorghumsudan hybrids and wild cherry.


Wed, 14 Jan 2015 18:27:10 -0800

“We're talking about some really potent stuff,” referring to a dozen or so plant chemicals called cardiac glycosides that can slow or stop the heart. “But it certainly isn't crocodile bile.” While his science was solid and published in two papers in ...
Candy Industry
Mon, 19 Jan 2015 08:52:30 -0800

The sweetness of the monk fruit, a relative newcomer to the market, is derived from a group of glycosides called mogrosides. Steviva Ingredients extracts mogroside V, the sweetest of these, from the pulp of the fruit via water extraction, a method that ...

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