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Gynita Ginkgotive 40mg Softgel

What is Ginkgotive 40mg?

Ginkgotive 40mg is standardized extract of ginkgo biloba in the soft gel capsule.

Each soft gel capsule of Ginkgotive 40mg contains:

Ginkgo biloba leaf extract                  40mg

Source of soft gel: Fish

Medicine use of ginkgo biloba can be dates back to its use in Chinese herbal medicines 3,500 years ago. It’s one of the best herbs to improve blood circulation.

Some of the common symptoms of poor blood circulation:

Numbness of fingers and toes

Cold hands and feet

General fatigue – lack or low energy

Lower Leg Pain or Claudication

Why Gynita Ginkgotive 40mg?

As ginkgo biloba is oil soluble; and the oily or solid states of this herb does not mix properly with or dissolve in water, thus poorly absorbed and gone to waste unknowingly.

Ginkgotive 40mg is formulated in soft gel capsule form with added emulsifying agent to enhance the absorption [1],

  1. Ginkgo biloba extract is mixing in oil; then put the oily mixtures into soft gel capsule.
  2. Emulsifying agents is added in to enhance the breaking down of oily mixtures into droplets to mix with gastric juice (water) in stomach once they are release from soft gel capsule.
  3. Then bile emulsification to break down balance oily extracts into droplets.

Therefore, combined emulsifying effect of both emulsifier and bile ensuring higher amount of oily mixtures being breaking down into droplets for mixing with water, increasing the surface area where water-soluble lipase can work on to digest for better absorption.

Who are recommended to take Ginkgotive 40mg?

Those who wish to improve blood circulation.

Those who have numbness of fingers and toes.

Those who have cold hands and feet.

Those who feel tired easily.

Recommended dosage:

Adult: 1 softgel capsule 3 times daily after meal or as recommended by doctor or pharmacist.

References:

  1. Preparation of Self-emulsifying Drug Delivery Systems of Ginkgo biloba Extracts and In vitro Dissolution Studies. Jingling Tang, Jin Sun, Fude Cui, Zhonggui He. Asian Journal of Traditional Medicines, 2006, 1( 3-4 )

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