Caffeic acid, also known as 3, 4-dihydroxy cinnamic acid, is an organic acid belonging to polyphenols, which widely exists in nature and has antibacterial, antioxidant and anticancer effects.
It has been reported that caffeic acid can protect against liver cancer and skin cancer if we take caffeic acid in moderate amounts every day. Of course, more trial data is needed to confirm whether it is really so effective. At present, caffeic acid is mainly applied in hemostasis in surgery and gynecological diseases. It can increase white blood cells and platelets, improve the function of coagulation factors, and shrink and increase microvessels. In medical treatment, caffeic acid can be obtained by oral or intraperitoneal injection. How to use caffeic acid and how much caffeic acid to use should be under the guidance of regular doctors. The method and dosage of caffeic acid will naturally vary according to different situations.