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Ginkgo Biloba Extract

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Name:Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Specification::24.0 %Flavones; 6.0 %Lactones Test by HPLC/ CP2005/EP6.0
Efficacy::Cardiovascular health

Product Description

1. Sources and Habitat

Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba), also known as the Maidenhair Tree after Adiantum, is a unique species of tree with no close living relatives. The ginkgo is classified in its own division, the Ginkgophyta, comprising the single class Ginkgoopsida, order Ginkgoales, family Ginkgoaceae, genus Ginkgo and is the only extrant species within this group.

2. Descriptions and Specifications of Product


Content Specifications: 24.0% Flavones;& 6.0% Lactones by HPLC
                                     CP20105/  EP version/ USP version 


Molecular Formula: C15H10O7
Molecular Mass: 302.23
CAS No.: 117-39-5
Constitutional Formula:        



Molecular Formula: C15H10O6
Molecular Mass: 286.23
CAS No.: 520-18-3
Constitutional Formula:  

Molecular Formula: C16H12O7
Molecular Mass: 316.26
CAS No.: 480-19-3
Constitutional Formula:   

Ginkgolide A
Molecular Formula: C20H24O9
Molecular Mass: 408.39
CAS No.: 15291-75-5
Constitutional Formula:

Ginkgolide B
Molecular Formula: C20H24O10
Molecular Mass: 424.39
CAS No.: 15291-77-7
Constitutional Formula:

Ginkgolide C
Molecular Formula: C20H24O11
Molecular Mass: 440.39
CAS No.: 15291-76-6
Constitutional Formula:

Molecular Formula: C15H18O8
Molecular Mass: 326.29
CAS No.: 33570-04-6
Constitutional Formula:

3. Indications and Uses

Ginkgo biloba is used for cerebral insufficiency and Alzheimer's disease.

It also is used for peripheral vascular insufficiency.

Ginkgo is marketed in dietary supplement form with claims it can enhance cognitive function in people without known cognitive problems, but such claims are unfounded because it has no effect on memory or attention in healthy people.
Ginkgo has been studied as a possible treatment for dementia and Alzheimer's disease, with mixed results. Some reviews have concluded there is no good evidence supporting the use of Ginkgo in dementia, whereas others have conluded that the EGB761 extract may help patients with dementia. 


The Information had not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, only for reference.

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