The Global Equisetum Arvense Extract Market Size is anticipated to touch at a CAGR of approximately 6.3% during the forecast period.
The prevalence of chronic illnesses is rising, and consumers are becoming more aware of the benefits of Equisetum Arvense Extract products for their health. Original subspecies horsetail extract is anticipated to have a higher percentage in terms of value in 2018 due to its rising demand from a range of end-use industries, including nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals. However, subspecies horsetail extract is anticipated to have the highest CAGR over the forecast period because to its growing application in cosmetics and personal care products. The hypoglycemic effect segment led the application market in 2017 and is predicted to maintain its dominance over the forecast period as a result of the growing prevalence of diabetes mellitus throughout the globe.
Due to the increasing acceptance of herbal therapies and conventional medicine, Equisetum arvense extract is now included in a variety of dietary supplements.
Due to differences in growth conditions and extraction techniques, maintaining consistent quality and standardization of Equisetum arvense extract is difficult.
The market potential for the pharmaceutical sector has grown as researchers examine the therapeutic benefits and possible uses of Equisetum arvense extract.
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The Original Subspecies Horsetail Extract, commonly known as Equisetum arvense extract, is a pure plant extract that has been used for many years in conventional medicine to treat a range of uti-related conditions. These days, menopause-related issues including hot flashes and nocturnal sweats are treated using this herbal remedy. It works by balancing hormone levels and enhancing the body's natural ability to absorb fats and proteins.
Subspecies horsetail extract is an organic compound that is derived from the aerial parts of Equisetum arvense. It has a long history of use as a herbal remedy in Europe for a variety of ailments, including as gout, arthritis, and inflammatory skin conditions. Modern research has also shown that it might help those with excessive cholesterol and blood pressure, which is expected to increase demand for it throughout the course of the forecasted time.
In 2017, the hypoglycemic effect dominated the global market for Equisetum arvense extract in terms of revenue share. Scientists are quite concerned about the increased incidence of diabetes mellitus, which is the cause of this. In order to maintain normal blood sugar levels, hypoglycemic substances are used. These benefits are anticipated to boost product demand over the projection period due to its widespread use as an alternate therapy for diabetes.
The analgesic medicine had a substantial market share in 2017 (1) because to its ability to reduce swelling and discomfort brought on by joint and arthritic disorders without causing any unfavorable side effects or problems with the cardiovascular system, such as palpitations, etc. Particularly in joints like the hands, neck, and back, arthritis causes intense pain that is hard to control with merely medication.
The term "calm effect" refers to a substance's or ingredient's capacity to promote feelings of tranquillity, relaxation, and mental well-being. A excellent example of such a substance or product is an extract of Equisetum arvense. Equsetum arvense extract's soothing effects are often linked to its potential analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
The Global Equisetum Arvense Extract Market is segmented by region as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa.
Due to the U.K., Germany, France, and other European nations' significant demand, Europe was the biggest regional market in 2017. The five geographic areas of North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa make up the majority of the global market for the sales of equisetum arvense extract. During the projected period, North America is anticipated to have the biggest market share in terms of revenue, followed by Europe and the Asia Pacific.
North America generated USD X million in revenue in 2017 as a result of the high demand from pharmaceutical firms for drug development activities and the extensive research and development (R&D) on herbal medicines carried out by numerous government organizations in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico regarding the use of traditional medicines, particularly Equisetum Arvense Extracts (Horsetail).