Comprehensive Medicinal Plant Database

Plant data

Latin nameCarthamus tinctorius L.
Family nameCompositae
Common nameSafflower
Growing data 
Class of ColdnessI~III                         Light ConditionII~IV
Class of Warmness45~100Class of SoilI~III
Preference of Soil
Requirement of Shading
Photo libraryPhoto library
Zhao, M. et al., Isolation of a novel flavanone 6-glucoside from the flowers of Carthamus tinctorium (Honghua) by high-speed counter-current chromatography. Journal of Chromatography, A (2005), 1090(1-2), 193-196.
Li, F. et al., Flavonoids from Carthamus tinctorius. Chinese Journal of Chemistry (2002), 20(7), 699-702.
Yin, H. et al., Studies on chemical constituents of Carthamus tinctorius. Zhongcaoyao (2001), 32(9), 776-778.
Kazuma, K. et al., Quinochalcones and flavonoids from fresh florets in different cultivars of Carthamus tinctorius L. Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry (2000), 64(8), 1588-1599.
Ahmed, K. M. et al., A new flavone diglycoside from Carthamus tinctorius seeds. Pharmazie (2000), 55(8), 621-622.
Yin, H.-B. et al., Cartorimine, a new cycloheptenone oxide derivative from Carthamus tinctorius. Journal of Natural Products (2000), 63(8), 1164-1165.
Yin, H.-B. et al., A novel semi-quinone chalcone sharing a pyrrole ring C-glycoside from Carthamus tinctorius. Tetrahedron Letters (2000), 41(12), 1955-1958.
Tsunajima, F. et al., Isolation and chemical structure of precarthamin from the fresh petal of safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.). Journal of Advanced Science (1997), 9(1&2), 106-107.
Goda, Y. et al., Structure of safflomin A and content of safflomin I (safflor yellow) in commercial safflower yellow products. Nippon Shokuhin Kagaku Gakkaishi (1997), 4(1), 54-58.
Kim, J.-B. et al., Purification and structural identification of carthamin from Carthamus tinctorius. Han'guk Nonghwa Hakhoechi (1996), 39(6), 501-505.
Zhang, H. L. et al., Novel antioxidants from safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) oil cake. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (1996), 44(4), 874-6.
Kumazawa, T. et al., Precursor of carthamin, a constituent of safflower. Chemistry Letters (1994), (12), 2343-4.
Akihisa, T. et al., Erythro-hentriacontane-6,8-diol and 11 other alkane-6,8-diols from Carthamus tinctorius. Phytochemistry (1994), 36(1), 105-8.
Meselhy, M. R. et al., Two new quinochalcone yellow pigments from Carthamus tinctorius and Ca2+ antagonistic activity of tinctormine. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (1993), 41(10), 1796-802.
Meselhy, M. R. et al., Tinctormine, a novel calcium antagonist N-containing quinochalcone C-glycoside from Carthamus tinctorius L. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (1992), 40(12), 3355-7.
Hattori, M. et al., 6-Hydroxykaempferol and its glycosides from Carthamus tinctorius petals. Phytochemistry (1992), 31(11), 4001-4.
Onodera, J. et al., The structure of safflomin C, a constituent of safflower. Chemistry Letters (1989), (9), 1571-4.
Sato, H. et al., Serotobenine, a novel phenolic amide from safflower seeds (Carthamus tinctorius L.). Agricultural and Biological Chemistry (1985), 49(10), 2969-74.
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