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Pharmacological Effects Of Ginkgo Biloba Extract

Pulished on Apr. 09, 2019


Pharmacological Effects Of Ginkgo Biloba Extract


Ginkgo Biloba is still used in Chinese medicine to treat memory loss, stomach pain, dysentery, high blood pressure, stress and respiratory problems such as asthma, bronchitis and poor circulation and the anxiety they cause. The active ingredient of ginkgo biloba is the terpene part.These ginkgo flavonoid-glucoside components have strong antioxidant and free radical scavenging ability.

The medicinal value and application of Ginkgo Biloba Extract Powder are very extensive. Adopted advanced technologies, processes and equipment, through further extraction, separation and purification, the more obvious pharmacological effects, in addition to significant antagonism PAF in vitro, can also in anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, dilate blood vessels, protection of heart head blood-vessel, improve peripheral blood circulation, reduce serum cholesterol and auxiliary anticancer efficacy, can be widely used in cardiovascular, nervous system disease prevention and health care, etc.

                                       Ginkgo Biloba Extract

It is understood that the CFDA has approved dozens of ginkgo biloba extract dosage forms, domestic manufacturers including ginkgo leaves, capsules, particles, soft capsules, dispersible tablets, pills, tincture, drops, oral solution, ginkgo biloba extract injection. In addition, CFDA has approved the production of chengdu baiyu technology's ginkgolide injection, jiangsu kangyuan's ginkgolide diterpene lactone and glumine injection successively in 2011 and 2012.

Ginkgo Biloba Extract and preparation quality control standards and requirements are increasingly standardized and strict. Qiao hongxiang, a postdoctoral fellow at zhejiang institute of traditional Chinese medicine and natural medicine, pointed out that at present, the quality control standard of ginkgo biloba extract is still limited to two effective components (flavonoids and lactones) and one toxic component (ginkgolic acid), which only account for 30% in ginkgo biloba extract. The inclusion of procyanidins into the control standard can help improve the quality of Ginkgo Biloba Extract.