Product name:Yucca Extract
Botanical source:Yucca smalliana
Biogenic origin:South America and Mexico
Specification:5:1 10:1 20:1
Solubility:Soluble in Ethanol, partly soluble in water
Usage:pharmaceutical and health food ingredients
Yucca is a flowering plant in the Lilaceae family that grows mostly in desert areas of the United States and Mexico. It typically has stiff leaves with needle sharp ends. There are dozens of varieties, such as Spanish dagger and giant Yucca, which can range in sizes. They tolerate high temperatures and sparse watering but may be killed by cold. Yucca extract is a consumable product derived from these plants.
Part of the Plant
Country of Origin
Water and ethyl alcohol
Particle Size (80 mesh)
AOAC 942.05, 18th
Total Heavy Metals
USP <231>, method II
AOAC 986.15, 18th
AOAC 986.15, 18th
AOAC 971.21, 18th
Total Plate Count
AOAC 990.12, 18th
Total Yeast & Mold
FDA (BAM) Chapter 18, 8th Ed.
AOAC 997.11, 18th
FDA (BAM) Chapter 5, 8th Ed.
The word “soap” is often used in conjunction with Yucca and Yucca extract. This is because the plant can be used to make soap products for both external and internal use. Native Americans are believed to have used Yucca extract and other parts of the plant for centuries.
Modern usage is mainly limited to the roots. This is from where yucca extract, which is noted for its soapy texture, is normally produced. That extract was believed to have been widely used by the Native Americans for making soaps and shampoos. Even today, people can be found who use it for this purpose.
When it is consumed, it can also act as a detergent for the digestive system. It is widely used to wash toxins from the intestines. Build up of toxins is believed to be the cause of many conditions such as arthritis, colitis, and migraines. These conditions are often alleviated as well.
Since yucca extract is not a drug, it is typically classified as alternative medicine. There is not much reputable scientific support for its use. It does, however, contain many useful nutrients, such as iron, selenium, and vitamins A and B.
Yucca extract may be recommended for the use of several medical conditions. One of the most popular uses is to lower cholesterol. This may be possible due to saponins, which act as antibiotics for plants. Saponins are believed to bind with bile, which encourages the liver to produce more. To do this, cholesterol must be removed from the blood, and since it is not reabsorbed into the body, the cholesterol is passed as waste.
Many health food stores sell yucca extract. There are generally no side effects associated with consumption. It may be available in the form of tablets, capsules, or tea.
Yucca extract is also used to control the smell of animal waste. This is possible because saponins bind to ammonia and prevent the smell from passing through the air. It is commonly found in food for cats and dogs. It may also be found in cat litter.
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