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Ginkgo Biloba Gel

Apart from the standard preparations and dosage of Ginkgo Biloba in forms of tablets, capsules, solutions and herbal tea there are some other forms which are for the topical usage. Creams, emulsions, milks, gels, oils, makeup products, lipsticks and lotions are the other available forms.

Either alone or with other ingredient or components, Ginkgo Biloba comes in variety of forms. These creams, lotions, emulsions and gels are frequently used for their anti aging, anti inflammatory and anti irritant natures. These preparations generally contain solid synthetic organic polymers designated as organic active ingredients.

These gels use the Flavonoid extracts of Ginkgo Biloba. These extracts are substantially devoid of Terpenes. These gels are used in the cosmetic and dentobuccal field. When the extract contains terpenes, the terpene content is 1% maximum, and preferably 0.5% maximum.

This extract contains from almost 28 to 35% of flavonoid glycosides, and preferably 28 to 32%. Such extracts are preferably obtained from leaves from pruned young Ginkgo Biloba trees.

There are various other compositions specifically designed for the benefit of some perfect purpose like anti aging and anti oxidants. Dentobuccal gels have flavonoid extract of Ginkgo biloba leaves which have an anti-elastasic and anti-inflammatory activity on human gums.

A pharmaceutical composition according to the invention preferably contains from 0.05 to 0.6% of Ginkgo extract, and preferentially from 0.1 to 0.5%. Such a composition can also contain at least one other agent having similar or complementary activities. Preferably, a pharmaceutical composition according to the invention contains ginkgo extract as defined above combined with ceramides.

Preferentially, such a composition contains from 0.1 to 0.5% of Ginkgo extract and from 0.05 to 0.3% of ceramides. These dentobuccal gels help greatly for the healing and collagen deposition in the gums like if used after the extraction to fill the wound. This will increase the healing with collagen deposition and will reduce the swelling, helping in reduced chances of a dry socket.

The other major benefits of ginkgo biloba is in cosmetic industry. Anti oxidant, anti radicular, anti inflammatory, anti elastic, vasoregulatory and collagen activating properties of Flavonoid extracts from Ginkgo Biloba tree makes them an ideal solution for gels, creams, lotions and emulsions for skin tightening, anti wrinkle gels and creams.

These gels and creams are also used in dermatology for their anti irritating effects and the soothing effect they cause. A cosmetic composition according to the invention can contain from 0.05 to 0.6% of Ginkgo extract as defined above, and from 0.05 to 0.3% of ceramides.

Such a composition can be presented in any appropriate form for this type of use such as creams, emulsions, milk, lotion and gels. Another famous composition is with the liposomes.

When a gel or cream containing liposomes is applied to the skin, the liposomes are deposited on the skin and begin to merge with the cellular membranes. In the process, the liposomes release the active materials they are carrying into the cells. As a consequence, not only is delivery of the actives very specific--directly into the intended cells--but the delivery takes place over a longer period of time.