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Ivy leaf extract 

Ivy leaf extract 

Item Name:ivy leaf extract

Appearance:Brown fine powder

Part:Whole herbal 

Grade:Food/pharmaceutical grade

Test method:HPLC

Used Part: Stem &leaf

Active Ingredient:  Hederacoside C

About Ivy leaf

Ivy Leaf  Extract alleviates bronchitis and helps patients with asthma. Bronchitis and asthma are different diseases, but they have one feature in common-in both conditions the mucous membranes of the airways produce large amounts of phlegm or mucus and this hinders breathing. If the bronchi are narrowed further still by inflammation the patient may even become short of breath. Scientific investigations have shown that a special extract from ivy leaves can give definite relief from such symptoms, without any risk of the adverse side effects which may be associated with certain therapeutic agents of chemical origin. In a large scale clinical trial comprising 99 adults between 25 and 70 years of age with acute or chronic bronchitis the efficacy of ivy leaf extract was compared under double-blind conditions with that of Ambroxol. 


Ivy leaf extract Main function:

1. Ivy Leaf Extract has the treatment of joint pain and lower back pain.
2. Ivy Leaf Extract can effectively resist to carcinogenic substances in the nicotine,
3. Ivy Leaf Extract has the function of promoting blood circulation and detoxification. 
4. Because of its multiple pharmacological effect, Ivy Leaf Extract aslo be used as health-care medicine.
5. Ivy Leaf Extract Applied in cosmetic field, ivy as raw materials of skin care products appeared on the market.

Ivy leaf extract Application:

1.Pharmaceutical as capsules or pills;
2.Functional food as capsules or pills;
3.Water-soluble beverages;
4.Health products as capsules or pills.


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Assay: Hederacoside C 





Brown-yellow Fine Powder



Particle Size

98% Pass 80 Mesh


80mesh Screen

Extract Solvents

Water and Ethanol



Loss on drying








Solvent Residual(Ethanol)




Heavy Metal

















Not Detected



Total Plate




Yeast &Mold








E Coli.






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