Table 3 Average relative abundances (peak area/mg DW, %) of the tentatively identified compounds in extracts from Artemisia campestris subsp. maritima organs, analysed by LC-PDA-amMS.

From: Health promoting potential of herbal teas and tinctures from Artemisia campestris subsp. maritima: from traditional remedies to prospective products

aPeak n° Tentative ID bRT (min) Roots Aerial-organs Maximum area detected
Infusion Decoction Tincture Infusion Decoction Tincture
1 Chlorogenic acid isomer (isochlorogenic acid A, B or C) 7.77 91 100 62 91 100 88 410 976 815
2 Hydroxybenzoic acid isomer (2,3-Dihydroxybenzaldehyde) 8 99 100 98 66 77 79 169 361 809
3 Hexoside of scopoletin (scopolin) 8.48 30 28 43 73 66 100 185 080 059
4 Hexoside of coumarin with 2 methoxy moieties (iso-fraxidin or fraxidin) 9.02 43 46 65 69 64 100 403 174 862
5 Chlorogenic acid isomer (isochlorogenic acid A, B or C) 9.33 48 50 49 55 56 100 1 097 618 207
  Aesculetin 9.61 19 19 44 43 47 100 68 226 925
7 Chlorogenic acid isomer (isochlorogenic acid A, B or C) 9.88 65 61 68 68 65 100 108 537 786
8 Fraxetin 10.19 100 93 82 60 62 87 82 132 702
9 Coumaric acid hexoside isomer 10.32 4 3 5 63 64 100 180 996 161
11 Coumaric acid hexoside isomer 10.76 6 4 7 69 70 100 102 579 661
12 Coumarin sulfate with 2 methoxy moieties (iso-fraxidin or fraxidin) 11.54 71 68 100 55 55 69 9 544 319 167
13 Coumarin sulfate (fraxetin-O-sulfate isomer) 11.65 50 53 31 82 86 100 4 395 956 598
  Not identified (C12H18O7S) 11.74 6 4 9 62 63 100 1 434 495 637
14 Coumarin sulfate (fraxetin-O-sulfate isomer) 11.78 75 73 100 34 35 41 23 258 593 384
15 Scopoletin 12.03 68 62 100 46 49 72 231 549 513
16 Coumarin with 2 methoxy moieties (iso-fraxidin or fraxidin) 12.11 93 90 95 64 64 100 256 857 167
17 Coumarin sulfate (scopoletin-O-sulfate isomer) 12.19 71 67 100 31 32 41 17 799 164 012
20 Fraxidin-caffeoyl-hexoside 13.03 32 30 45 55 55 100 91 320 194
23 Methoxy-cinnamic acid 13.53 46 52 100 30 34 55 22 190 655
25 Dicaffeoylquinic acid 13.65 92 100 91 59 62 69 1 324 940 207
26 Dicaffeoylquinic acid 14.06 75 77 100 68 64 93 1 473 103 666
27 Dicaffeoylquinic acid methyl ester 14.35 71 62 100 53 47 95 11 010 820
28 Dicaffeoylquinic acid 14.45 63 66 64 79 75 100 2 500 658 869
30 Dicaffeoylquinic acid methyl ester 14.6 34 34 46 67 76 100 24 968 283
31 Dicaffeoylquinic acid 14.79 44 44 55 52 48 100 190 893 063
32 Dicaffeoylquinic acid methyl ester 15.03 20 19 23 69 70 100 35 407 749
33 Dicaffeoylquinic acid methyl ester 15.37 9 8 11 52 47 100 136 311 796
34 Caffeic acid coupled to C11H12O6 15.89 6 3 3 97 100 100 206 701 996
35 Flavonoid 15.99 3 2 3 59 60 100 207 351 776
36 Ethoxy or dimethoxycinnamic acid 16.1 0 0 43 0 0 100 3 704 845 930
37 Tricaffeoylquinic acid 16.13 14 13 23 11 11 100 793 875 076
38 Dimethoxyflavonoid (axillarin) 16.41 2 1 3 48 51 100 635 257 416
39 Methoxyflavonoid (tamarixetin, rhamnetin, eupafolin, quercetin-3-methylether) 16.72 2 2 3 54 55 100 806 869 736
40 Methoxyflavonoid (laricitrin or mearnsetin) 16.8 0 1 1 61 100 86 89 733 523
  Trimethoxyflavonoid 17.49 2 1 2 48 49 100 40 757 681
42 Dimethoxyflavonoid (cirsiliol) 17.97 2 1 3 53 56 100 714 900 053
43 Trimethoxyflavonoid 18.13 2 1 3 53 55 100 171 818 097
44 Methoxyflavonoid (hispidulin) 18.26 2 1 3 53 56 100 738 797 835
45 Trimethoxyflavonoid (cirsilineol or eupatorin) 18.89 1 1 2 44 45 100 53 729 586
46 Tetramethoxyflavonoid 19.25 2 1 3 49 48 100 138 813 684
  Trimethoxyflavonoid (cirsilineol or eupatorin) 19.48 3 2 4 49 49 100 40 802 811
  Dimethoxyflavonoid (cirsimaritin) 20.07 2 0 2 41 42 100 17 338 075
  Linderoflavone B 21.2 NF NF NF 37 47 100 591 906
  1. NF – not found.
  2. aCorresponding peak number in the chromatograms on Fig. 1.
  3. bRT – retention times.