Soapbark

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Soapbark

 

the bark of the soapbark tree (Quilliaja saponaria) of the family Rosaceae. The tree is native to South America. Soapbark contains up to 9 percent saponins. It is used as a lathering agent in preparing emulsions. Soapbark is used instead of soap to wash silk and woolen fabrics.

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Sapnov, formulated with Quillaja saponaria, is a nonionic, water-soluble, 100% natural foaming agent, according to the company.
5,650,398, covers claims to a transdermal method of saponin-enhanced drug delivery and compositions of matter for a broad range of modified products derived from Quillaja saponaria.
2009) conducted a trial on early lactating dairy cows by adding either Yucca schidigera or Quillaja saponaria powder at a level of 10 g/kg DM into a total mixed ration.
Aquila's Stimulon(TM) family of adjuvants are purified saponins isolated from the bark of the Quillaja saponaria tree.
2009) noted that during in vitro 24 h fermentation Quillaja saponaria 0.
Aquila's Stimulon(TM) family of adjuvants are derived from saponins extracted from the bark of the Quillaja saponaria tree.
00 (Linoleamidopropyl PG-Dimonium chloride phosphate dimethicone [and] polyquaternium-10 [and] quillaja saponaria molina) Cetrimonium chloride (Clariant) 1.