- Jan 04, 2019 -
Ginkgo trees, born hundreds of millions of years ago, known as “living fossils.”
Ginkgo biloba, ginkgo fruit and their preparations have been widely used in clinical treatment of coronary heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, memory loss, alzheimer's disease and depression. But do you really know ginkgo biloba, ginkgo fruit, ginkgo biloba extract?
Ginkgo fruit, also known as ginkgo, is a dry seed of ginkgo, harvested in autumn when the seeds are ripe. Ginkgo fruit contains a variety of nutritional elements with functions to lung protection to treat cough and asthma, stop turbidity, reduce constipation, protect blood vessels, increase blood flow and other dietary therapeutic effects and medical effects.
Ginkgo Biloba Leaf
Ginkgo leaves are the dry leaves of ginkgo trees, harvested in autumn when the leaves are still green. Ginkgo biloba leaves are mainly used for blood stasis obstruction collaterals, chest bi heartache, stroke hemiplegia, lung deficiency cough and asthma, hyperlipidemia.
Ginkgo biloba leaves also contain the toxic substance ginkgolic acid. Because ginkgolic acid is water-soluble, tea made from raw ginkgolic leaves can also be toxic.
Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Ginkgo biloba extract is the extract of thin ethanol solution of ginkgo biloba leaves. The main components are "ginkgo flavonoid glycosides" and "terpenoids lactones".
Ginkgo biloba extract also contains ginkgolic acid.
At present, the amount of ginkgolic acid in ginkgo biloba extract is required to be controlled below 5 microns /g internationally.The 2015 edition of the Chinese pharmacopoeia stipulates that the total amount of ginkgolic acid in extracts from ginkgo biloba leaves cannot exceed 10 microns /g.
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