The octacosanol is a naturally occurring higher alcohol, mainly found in natural products such as cane wax, wax, wheat germ oil, beeswax and insect wax. Octadecanol is a calcitonin-producing agent that can be used to treat hypercalcemia and to treat high cholesterol and high lipoprotein blood types. Stimulate animal and human sexual behavior. The octacosanol-containing cosmetics can promote the circulation of skin blood and activate cells, and have the effects of reducing inflammation and preventing skin diseases such as athlete's foot, eczema, itching, acne, and the like.
Rape sterol ester is a steroid-like plant growth hormone found in the late 1970s. It is widely found in the tissues of pollen, immature seeds, stems, leaves, etc. of various plants. It is closely related to the growth and development of plants and is known as the sixth largest class of plant growth hormone. Such phytohormones play an important regulatory role in many developmental and physiological processes including seed germination, stem elongation, leaf expansion, xylem differentiation, disease resistance and tolerance. By regulating this phytohormone, American scientists are developing a perfect green grass that never needs to be cut. Because "once the plant does not contain brassinosteroids, the leaves will remain green for a long time, will not turn yellow, and will not land."