Ginkgo Biloba extract, Ginkgo dry extract
NAMEGinkgo Biloba extract, Ginkgo dry extract  
Category:Standard herbal extract
SIZE:24% 6%
Effect:Auxiliary lower blood pressure;Improve memory, prevent Alzheimer‘s disease;Cosmetic


Product name:Ginkgo Biloba extract, Ginkgo dry extract
Botanical source: Ginkgo Biloba L.
Part Used: leaf
Specification: Flavonoids, expressed as flavone glycosides: 22,0 – 27,0 %( QUERCETIN8.99%, KAEMPFEROL10.23%, ISORHAMNETIN2.79 %)
Total Ginkgolides:6%( Ginkgolides A, B, C 2.8 – 3,.4 %, Bilobalide2.6 – 3.2 %)
Gibkgolic Acid: Max. 5.0 ppm
Peak area ratio of Flavonoid Aglycones: 0.8-1.2
Test Method:HPLC
Appearance: Bright yellow-brown fine powder
Ginkgo's most powerful effect is on the circulating system. Ginkgo flavenoids directly dilate the smallest segment of the circulating system, the micro-capillaries, which increase both blood circulation and oxygen levels in the brain as well as in other critical organ tissues. Ginkgo also prevents platelet aggregation or clumping inside the arterial walls. This increases arterial wall dtrength and flexibility and decreases the opportunity for the formation of arteriosclerostic plague. Since ginkgo increases oxygen flow to the brain and enhances the brains uptake and utilization of glucose it also is being reasearched for its role in the senility, forgetfullness, headaches and alzheimers disease and its role in improving alertness, memory and mental performance.
Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation
Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.
Packing: 25KG/Drum.
 We specialized in  manufacture and export of herbal extract with high quality and competitive price.
If you have any questions, welcome to contact me by sending email to  
Related Products
TEL:+86-29-68535310 FAX:+86-29-88346470
Shaanxi Yongyuan Bio-Tech Co., Ltd. all right reserved.
The information provided by this website has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products contained in this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and are, in no way, intended to replace a physician's care or prescribed medication.
   Support by