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    Respiratory Drugs

    3,3',4',5,7-Pentahydroxyflavone

    (117-39-5)
    1. It can be used as a kind of antioxidant which is mainly used for oil, drinks, cold drinks, meat processing products.
    2. It has good effects of expectorant, anti-cough, anti-asthma and can be used for treating chronic bronchitis as well as for adjuvant therapy of coronary heart disease and high blood pressure.
    3. It can also be used as analytical standards Medicine, reported formation of epoxy resins on mixing with epichlorohydrin. Anti-tumor agent.

    Luteolin

    (491-70-3)
    Hydroxylated flavone derivative with strong anti-oxidant and radical scavenging properties. Suggested to play a role in cancer prevention

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    Ambroxol Hydrochloride

    (23828-92-4)
    1. Expectorant
    2. A metabolite of Bromohexine. Ambroxol Hydrochloride is a bronchosecretolytic drug.
    3. Skin whitening, depigmentation agent
    4. Ambroxol is indicated as 鈥渟ecretolytic therapy in bronchopulmonary diseases associated with abnormal mucus secretion and impaired mucus transport. It promotes mucus clearance, facilitates expectoration and eases productive cough, allowing patients to brea

    Mesna

    (19767-45-4)
    2-Mercaptoethanesulfonic acid sodium salt (Coenzyme M sodium salt, MESNA) is used as an antioxidant and cytoprotective agent in a wide variety of applications from protection from toxicity of therapeutic agents, such as cyclophosphamide to prevention from brain injury damage.

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    Quercetin Dihydrate

    (6151-25-3)
    Bioflavonoid that provides relieve from chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men.
    Commonly used drugs for respiratory diseases include antitussives, antiasthmatics, expectorants, etc. Commonly used antitussive drugs are divided into two categories according to their mechanism of action: central antitussive drugs and peripheral antitussive drugs; Commonly used antiasthmatic drugs can be divided into bronchodilators, anti-inflammatory antiasthmatic drugs and anti-allergic antiasthmatic drugs according to the mode of action; Expectorants can be divided into three categories according to the mode of action: nausea and irritant expectorants, sputum dissolving agents, mucus regulators. "Echemi Respiratory Drugs" mainly provides APIs for these commonly used respiratory medicines.
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