China Manufacturer for Black Ginseng Extract Export to United Kingdom

China Manufacturer for Black Ginseng Extract  Export to United Kingdom

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A. Basic Product Information 【Product Name】 Black Ginseng Extract 【English Name】 Black Ginseng Extract 【Plant Sources】 Dry roots of Panax ginseng CAMey 【Effective Components】 Ginseng polysaccharides,Rare ginsenosides 【Specification】 Ginseng polysaccharides/Rare ginsenosides (30% / 1~2%) 【Extract solvent】 Water、Ethanol B. Main function a) Ginseng polysaccharides:Improve human immunity, anti-oxidation, anti-tumor etc; b)&...


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A. Basic Product Information

Product Name

Black Ginseng Extract

English Name

Black Ginseng Extract

Plant Sources

Dry roots of Panax ginseng CAMey

Effective Components

Ginseng polysaccharides,Rare ginsenosides

Specification

Ginseng polysaccharides/Rare ginsenosides 30% / 1~2%

Extract solvent

WaterEthanol

B. Main function

a) Ginseng polysaccharidesImprove human immunity, anti-oxidation, anti-tumor etc;

b) Rare ginsenosidesAnti-tumor, puzzle, anti-cerebral ischemia, immune regulation, improve the weak constitution ;

c) Fermentation reduces ginseng dryness , easier to absorb.

C. Critical to quality

Ø Fingerprint identification

Ø Content determination

Ø Control of heavy metals and pesticide residue

D. Quality Control & Product Advantage

High quality Panax Ginseng

Quality assurance and control system: Prevention management by executing documented procedures strictly aims to guarantee the quality.

 Technology AdvantagesShare Professional product identification technical information;

Unique fermentation& extraction technology, remove pesticide residues maximumly;

Varied specifications, Product customization are acceptable.

E. Specification

Effective components content 

Product name

Ginseng polysaccharides

Rare ginsenosides

Rg3Rk1Rg5Rh2

Pesticide residues

Black Ginseng Extract

20%

2%

EC396/USP561

Provide with non-pesticide residues products

Provide water-soluble black ginseng extract. Customized supported.

Items

Standard

Test method

Characters

Appearance

Brown to dark brown powder

Sense organ

Smell

With Ginseng’s natural smell and taste

Inspect

Indentify

Characteristic spectrum meets the requirements

HPLC

Moisture

NMT 5.0%

GB 5009.3

Granularity

NLT 90% pass 80mesh

ChP2015 <0982>

Ash

NMT 5.0%

GB 5009.4

Rare ginsenosides

Rg3Rk1Rg5Rh2

Calculated on dry product

1~2%

HPLC

Polysaccharide%Calculated on glucose

Calculated on dry product

NLT 20.0%

UV

Heavy metals

Lead (Pb)

NMT 0.5mg/kg

GB 5009.12

Total arsenic (As)

NMT 1.0mg/kg

GB/T 5009.11

Total mercury (Hg)

NMT 0.3mg/kg

GB/T 5009.17

Cadmium (Cd)

NMT 0.3mg/kg

GB/T 5009.15

Solvent residue

Ethanol

NMT 1000mg/kg

GB/T 5009.19

Methanol

NMT 50mg/kg

GB/T 5009.19

Pesticide residue

EC396

Comply with the standard

European standard

Microorganism

Total colonies

NMT 1000CFU/g

GB 4789.2

Mold

NMT 50CFU/g

GB 4789.15

Yeast

NMT 50CFU/g

GB 4789.15

Escherichia coli

Should be negative

GB 4789.38

Pathogens (Salmonella, Shigella, Staphylococcus aureus, hemolytic streptococcus)

Should be negative

GB 4789.4/ 5/ 10/ 11


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