Reliable Supplier Ginkgo Biloba Extract Factory in Paraguay

Reliable Supplier
 Ginkgo Biloba Extract Factory in Paraguay

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[Latin Name] Cinnamomun camphcra [Plant Source] It is extracted from Ginkgo Biloba Leaf. [Specifications] 1, Ginkgo Biloba Extract 24/6 Total Ginkgo flavone glycosides 24% Total terpene lactones 6% 2, Ginkgo Biloba Extract 24/6 Total Ginkgo flavone glycosides 24% Total terpene lactones 6% Ginkgolic acid 5ppm 3,CP2005 Total Ginkgo flavone glycosides 24% Quercatin: kaemperol 0.8–1.5 Total terpene lactones 6% Ginkgolic acid <5ppm 4.Germany Standard Total Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides 22.0%-...


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[Latin Name] Cinnamomun camphcra

[Plant Source] It is extracted from Ginkgo Biloba Leaf.

[Specifications]

1, Ginkgo Biloba Extract 24/6

Total Ginkgo flavone glycosides 24%

Total terpene lactones 6%

2, Ginkgo Biloba Extract 24/6

Total Ginkgo flavone glycosides 24%

Total terpene lactones 6%

Ginkgolic acid 5ppm

3,CP2005

Total Ginkgo flavone glycosides 24%

Quercatin: kaemperol 0.8–1.5

Total terpene lactones 6%

Ginkgolic acid <5ppm

4.Germany Standard

Total Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides 22.0%-27%

Total Terpene Lactones 5.0%-7.0%

Bilobalides 2.6%-3.2%

Ginkgolic acid <1ppm

5.Water-Soluble Ginkgo Biloba Extract 24/6

Water Solubility: 5g Ginkgo Biloba Extract will be dissolved completely in 100g water

Total Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides 24.0%

Total Terpene Lactones 6.0%

Ginkgolic acid <5.0ppm

[Appearance] Light yellow fine powder

[Particle size] 80 Mesh

[Loss on drying] £ 5.0%

[Heavy Metal] £10PPM

[Extract solvents] Ethanol

[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.

[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.

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[Function]

Expanding blood vessel, resisting insufficient blood and oxygen deficit, increasing blood flow, improving cerebral arteries and distal

blood flow. Promoting cerebral circulation metabolism, improving memory function, resisting depression, resisting lipidic overoxidation,

protecting liver damage.

In clinic, curing high blood pressure, hyperlipoidemia, coronary heart disease, angina pectoris, arterial sclerosis, cerebral embolism,

senile dementia, primary and periodic dropsy, acute drumming in the ears, epicophosis, a variety of body function in disorder, dizziness

and so on.

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