Ursolic Acid


Ursolic Acid is a pentacyclic triterpene acid. It is present in many plants, including apples, basil, bilberries, cranberries, elder flower, peppermint, rosemary, lavender, oregano, thyme, hawthorn, and prunes. Apple peels contain large quantities of Ursolic Acid. Ursolic Acid in these foods contributes to their overall health benefits.

Recent studies have found Ursolic Acid may reduce muscle atrophy and stimulate muscle growth; they have also shown it to have potential use as a cardio protective compound.
Ursolic Acid has also been found to be a weak Aromatase Inhibitor.
It has been found to be effective in protecting against chemically-induced liver injury in lab animals. Also in lab animals, Ursolic Acid has long been recognized to have anti-inflammatory and antihyperlipidemic properties.

Cardiovascular Health
• Lean Muscle
• Fat Loss
• HPLC Tested for potency and purity