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Ginkgo Bilabo P.E. Cas No.: 90045-36-6

Ginkgo Bilabo P.E. Cas No.: 90045-36-6

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Ginkgo Bilabo P.E. Cas No.: 90045-36-6
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Ginkgo Bilabo P.E.
Natural Herb Extracts
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Ginkgo Bilabo P.E.

General Information

  • Product Name: Ginkgo Bilabo P.E.
  • Botanical Source: Ginkgo Bilabo L.
  • Part of Plant Used: Leaves
  • Classification: Plant / Herb Extracts
  • Extract Solvent: Water & Ethanol


  • Appearance: Yellow-brown fine powder
  • Odor: Characteristic
  • Particle Size: 100% Pass 80 mesh
  • Bulk Density: 40-50g/ml


  In a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct strong light.

Herb Information


Name: Ginkgo Biloba
Biological Name: Ginkgo biloba
Other Names: Maidenhair tree, Ginkgo Biloba
Parts Used: Leaves
Active Compounds:
The medical benefits of ginkgo biloba extract (GBE) rely on the proper balance of two groups of active components: the ginkgo flavone glycosides and the terpene lactones. The 24% ginkgo flavone glycoside designation on GBE labels indicates the carefully measured balance of bioflavonoids. These bioflavonoids are primarily responsible for GBE's antioxidant activity and ability to inhibit platelet aggregation (stickiness). These two actions may help GBE prevent circulatory diseases, such as atherosclerosis, and support the brain and central nervous system.

The unique terpene lactone components found in GBE, known as ginkgolides and bilobalide, increase circulation to the brain and other parts of the body as well as exert a protective effect on nerve cells. Ginkgolides may improve circulation and inhibit platelet-activating factor (PAF). Bilobalide protects the cells of the nervous system. Recent animal studies indicate that bilobalide may help regenerate damaged nerve cells.

Ginkgo is the oldest living tree species in the world, having survived unchanged in China for over three hundred million years. Charles Darwin called the gingko tree a living fossil. Ginkgo trees, also known as maidenhair trees, are very resistant to viruses, fungi, insects, pollution, and even radiation. In fact, a ginkgo tree was the only plant to survive the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. The great longevity of the ginkgo has made it a popular ornamental tree in parks and along the streets of U.S. cities. Individual trees can live for more than a thousand years.

Medicinal use of ginkgo can be traced back almost 5,000 years in Chinese herbal medicine. It was recommended for respiratory tract ailments as well as memory loss in the elderly. Today, Ginkgo biloba extract is recognized as an invaluable aid in the treatment and prevention of Alzheimer's disease.

Remedies For:

  • Symptomatic relief of organic brain dysfunction
  • Intermittent Claudification
  • Vertigo (vascular origin)
  • Tinnitus (vascular origin)

It is useful for disturbed brain functions, which result in dizziness, tinnitus, and headache with emotional lability and anxiety. Ginkgo has also been demonstrated to improve concentration and memory deficits as a result of peripheral arterial occlusive disease. 

Other Applications:

  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cerebrovascular insufficiency
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Impotence/infertility (male)
  • Intermittent claudication
  • Macular degeneration
  • Migraine headaches
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Raynaud's phenomenon


Ginkgo is of benefit for many of the presumed symptoms of aging such as:

Anxiety and depression
Memory impairment
Poor concentration, decreased alertness
Diminished intellectual capacity
Vertigo, headache
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Macular degeneration ( the most common cause of blindness in adults)
Inner ear disturbances (which can cause partial deafness)
Poor circulation in the extremities
Impotence due to impaired penile blood flow


Ginkgo extract is considered relatively safe and remarkably free of side effects when taken as directed. Some people who take extremely large doses may have diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and restlessness. If this should occur, reduce the dosage. If side effects are severe, discontinue it. Ginkgo biloba extract acts as a blood thinner by inhibiting platelets from clumping together, so it could be unsafe for patients who are taking aspirin or other blood thinners. In Europe, ginkgo extract is prescribed in lower doses ( 40 mg daily) for patients who are taking aspirin or anticoagulants for circulatory problems.

There are no known contraindications to the use of GBE by pregnant and lactating women.

It is important to remember that circulatory conditions in the elderly can involve serious disease. Individuals should seek proper medical care and accurate medical diagnosis prior to self-prescribing GBE.

GBE - Ginkgo Biloba Extract



All of the above information is, to our best knowledge, true and accurate. However, since the the conditions of use are beyond our control, all recommendations or suggestions are made without guarantee, express or implied on our part. We disclaim all liability in connection with the use of information contained herein or otherwise, and all such risks are assured by user. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to infer freedom from patent intringement. We further expressly disclaim all warranties of MANCHANTABILITY and FITNESS FOR A PARTICAL PURPOSE This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure and prevent any disease.

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