PURIFIED HOP-DERIVED PRODUCTS FOR THERAPEUTIC USE

Before being used as an ingredient in beer, hops were traditionally used as a medicinal plant by Europeans and Native Americans. The use of hops as a sedative and digestive is well known around the world. Today, researchers are discovering compounds of the hop plant that can potentially be used to treat an extensive list of health problems. Hopsteiner produces a number of innovative, purified hop-derived products that are being screened and used for all-new applications.

Phytopharmaceutical Hop Products

Review Articles and Textbooks

  • “Journal of Ethnopharmacology 116,” 383-396 (2008)

  • “Phytomedicine 13,” (1-2) 119–131 (2006)

  • “Mol. Nutr. Food Research 49,” 827-831 (2005)

  • “MBAA Technical Quarterly, Volume 46,” 1-7 (2009)

  • “Hops and Health,” published by the German Hop Museum Wolnzach (This can be purchased via Hops Museum)


Diabetic Papers

  • “Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications,” 33; 754-761 (2005)

  • “American Society for Nutritional Science,” 1340-1346 (2004)


Antiallergin Papers

  • “Bioscience Biotechnology Biochemistry,” 70 (12); 2990-2997 (2006)


Oestrogenic Papers

  • “Reproduction,” 123; 235-242 (2002)

  • “J. Endocrinology 198” (2) 395-401 (2008)

Hopsteiner is the only company in the industry to operate Ethanol extraction with the capacity to process 1.5 to 1.8 tons of raw hops an hour.
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