Lupeol exsists in the epidermis of lupanine seeds, in the latex of FIG trees and rubber plants.
Lupeol, a triterpene with a molecular weight of 426.72, is widely found in fruits such as strawberry, mango, grape and olive.
Lupeol has been proved to have anti-oxidation, anti-inflammation, promoting skin healing and other effects in animal experiments, and has certain inhibitory effect on breast cancer, prostate cancer and melanoma in mice.
Lupeol should be stored in cool, dry, well ventilated warehouse keeping away from fire and heat. Avoid direct sunlight and package sealed. It should be stored separately from acid and edible chemicals without mixed storage. The storage area shall be provided with suitable materials for leakage. Otherwise, it is easy to reduce the product content and affect the use.