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The Power of Functional Foods is the Key to Fi Asia-China's Success

...ty for use as functional food ingredients. China is already the leading supplier of herbal extracts like artemisinin, solanesol, St. John's wort and gingko extract, and is set to become a major source of "superfruits" like Goji and seabuckthorn berries which are gaining worldwide attention. Hi/...

Opening Day of Fi Asia-China 2009 Brings the Food Ingredients Industry to Shanghai

...ity for use as functional food ingredients. China is already a leading suppliers of herbal extracts like artemisinin, solanesol, St. John's wort and gingko extract, and is set to become a major source of "superfruits" like Goji and seabuckthorn berries which are gaining worldwide attention. Fi/Hi/...

Tianyin Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. Provides Fiscal 2010 Guidance

...strategy and our enhanced product portfolio positions us for accelerating revenues during fiscal 2010. We significantly grew the sales of our flagship gingko Mihuan through successful tenders and greatly expanded the number of distributors actively marketing this product. We also completed the build-out of ...

Are Herbal Supplements Putting Aesthetic Surgery Patients at Risk?

...omplications. Herbal Medications to Avoid Within 2 Weeks of Surgery Bleeding effects Drug interactions gingko biloba Echinacea Garlic Goldenseal Ginseng ...

Eating Strawberries may boost memory

...very limited," says Maher. Besides strawberries, fisetin is found in tomatoes, onions, oranges, apples, peaches, grapes, kiwifruit and persimmons. gingko biloba leaves, while rich in other flavonoids, do not contain fisetin. While eating strawberries sounds like an enjoyable alternative to popping a...

Unscientific Depression Drugs aplenty in Health Stores

...ts. // The experts have said that St John's Wort is the only alternative medicine proven to have an effect. They added that many others including gingko biloba, ginseng, cat's claw, royal jelly and liquid tonic have no firm evidence base and "have potentially serious drug interactions". The experts...

Inclination of North Carolina’s Elderly Population towards Home Remedie

...tamin E are included which were used by 45%. Minerals such as calcium, magnesium and zinc are the commonly used ones (17%). Herbs included are gingko biloba, ginseng and Echinacea (6%). This was due to the reason that doctors in these communities were not home-doctored by their grandmothers who knew...

Mystery unfolds about the Ginkgo biloba extract!

...go biloba extract is a popular supplement that comes from the leaves of the gingko tree, which is indigenous to Japan, Korea and China but can be found all ov...s is a study in mice, and so we cannot say what anticancer effects, if any, gingko biloba might offer humans. In fact, we have found that most life forms, inc...

Researchers Present Ways To Reduce The Risk Of Dementia

...ohol at all, were risk factors for cognitive impairment. More controversial strategies to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment, such as taking gingko biloba, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, estrogen replacement therapy and the use of cholinesterase inhibitors in cognitively intact populations...

Herbal remedies can have harmful interaction when taken with drugs for rheumatic arthritis

...erely compromised with. When taken with conventional medication, these may have bad side effects on the health of the patient. Ingredients like gingko biloba, devil’s claw, ginger, garlic etc in these medications may cause anti coagulant effects and hemorrhage. These when used with corticosteroids or...
Gingko in Biological News

A natural chemical found in strawberries boosts memory in healthy mice

...ery limited," says Maher. Besides strawberries, fisetin is found in tomatoes, onions, oranges, apples, peaches, grapes, kiwifruit and persimmons. gingko biloba leaves, while rich in other flavonoids, do not contain fisetin. While eating strawberries sounds like an enjoyable alternative to popping a...
Gingko in Biological Technology

Allegiance Equity Corporation announces collaboration with Canadian Dairy Commission and Guelph Food Technologies Corporation for Alzheimers and Dementia formulation GG-XT

... and International Patent Applications, and Health Canada Natural Product Applications for GG-XT. GG-XT is a proprietary compound of Panax Gensing and gingko Giloba for the treatment and prevention of Alzheimers and Dementia. GG-XT improves memory, cognitive function, vitality of life and mental well-being....

China YCT International Group, Inc. Announces Entrusted Management Agreement With Its Primary Supplier

...integrate and distribute Shandong Yong Chun Tang's gingko products using Shandong Spring Pharmaceutical's ad...et share, awareness, and industry appreciation for gingko products." Commenting on the synergies of the co...using on advanced technology related to the use of gingko as an aide to health. Shandong Yong Chun Tang late...
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