Ivy leaf powder extract

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•Product name: Ivy leaf powder extract
•Also known as: Hedera nepalensis
•Product code: YG-CA124
•Active Ingredient: Hederacosides, Hederacoside C, Tannin, resin, inositol, carotene, sugar,etc
•Certificates: ISO, ORGANIC, HACCP, CQC, KOSHER, HALAL
•Specification: Ratio extract 10:1, 1%-15% Hederacoside C, 1%~30% Hederacosides
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Product Instruction

◆ Ivy leaf powder extract is extracted from the leaves of the Chinese ivy plant. Its main purpose is to promote respiratory health, but it can also be used on the skin to fight aging. This extract is in capsule and liquid form and can be found in many syrups, ointments and creams. Ivy is native to southern Europe and has been planted on a large scale in China.


◆ Ivy can be harvested all year round, generally harvested in autumn, and cut into sections and dried. Ivy is used as a whole plant, and its fruit (Ivy Seed) is also used for medicinal purposes, and its dried stems and leaves are mainly used in cosmetics.


Specification of Ivy leaf powder extract 10:1

ITEMS

SPECIFICATIONS

METHOD/STANDARD

DESCRIPTION



Characters

Powder

Organoleptic

Color

Yellow-brown

Organoleptic 

Odour

Characteristic

Organoleptic

Mesh

80

CP2010, Part 2

Loss on drying

≤5.0%

5g/100℃/2.5hrs

Ash

≤5.0%

2g/525℃/3hrs

Tapped bulk density

0.5-0.9 g/ml

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Loose bulk density

0.3-0.5 g/ml

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Identification:


By UV/TLC

Extract rate

10:1

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Heavy Metals

≤10ppm

CP2010

Pb   

≤1ppm

CP2010

As

≤2ppm

CP2010

Hg

≤0.1ppm

CP2010

Cd

≤1.0ppm   

CP2010

Microbiological



Total Plate Count

1000cfu/g Max

CP2010

Yeast&Mold

100cfu/g Max

CP2010

E.Coli colonies/g

Negative (-)

CP2010

Samonella colonies/g

Negative (-)

CP2010

General Status



GMO Free

None

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Non-Irradiation

None

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Product benefits

◆ Ivy leaf powder extract is an extract obtained from the leaves of plants. Its main purpose is to promote respiratory health, but it can also be used on the skin to fight aging. This extract comes in capsule and liquid form and can be found in many ointments and creams.

◆ Some ingredients of ivy have a phlegm-reducing effect. This means it helps to reduce the accumulation of mucus in the respiratory system. Saponins and alkaloids called imidine increase lung mucosal secretions, and these mucus can be expelled through the mouth when coughing. Coughing sometimes causes bronchospasm spasm, and this extract can relieve spasm.

◆ Ivy extract is particularly beneficial for patients with specific diseases such as asthma and bronchitis. Symptoms of these diseases include shortness of breath, cough, and severe wheezing. This plant essential oil can help promote lung-related immune functions. As the thickness of the mucosa decreases, the liquid can be more easily discharged.

◆ Emulsions or ointments containing ivy extract also have the effect of preventing wrinkles. It helps hydrate dry skin and reduce facial skin fine lines. In addition, some ointments containing this extract can relieve pain associated with osteoarthritis and rheumatism. If skin inflammation burns or damages, ivy extract can promote cell regeneration and healing.

 

Side effects

◆ This species is a toxic plant included in the China Plant Atlas Database. Its toxicity is the intraperitoneal injection of 500mg / kg of chloroform extract of ivy branches and leaves, which increases muscle tone, vertical tail, slow breathing, clonic convulsions, and death. However, there are no reports of unsafe external use of ivy extract.

◆ In the case of short-term use in small amounts, the ivy extract does not cause any side effects. However, if children under 10 years of age use this extract to treat respiratory diseases, the dose should be reduced as appropriate. Because it contains saponin ingredients can cause nausea and vomiting. Pregnant women should not use it, because ivy has the effect of promoting uterine contraction, so it is easy to cause premature birth. In addition, do not apply the ivy plant directly to the bare skin, otherwise it may cause severe skin allergic reactions.

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