Process of active substance extraction from Brazilian Ginseng

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Process of active substance extraction from Brazilian Ginseng

NOVELTY – Brazilian ginseng active ingredients extraction involves treating Brazilian ginseng roots through drying and grinding processes, where the treated material is fed into an extractor device for extraction as a solid matrix. A solvent, preferably carbon dioxide is provided in the extractor device in at supercritical condition, where soluble compounds are extracted from the solid matrix. The extracted material is depressurized for separating carbon dioxide and solvent to extract active ingredients. USE – Method of extracting active ingredients including beta -ecdysterone used in chemical industries, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and steroids to prepare drug for treating dry skin, ichthyosis and psoriasis (all claimed). ADVANTAGE – The method provides ingredients including beta -ecdysterone continuously, which regulates, promotes and normalizes keratinocyte differentiation. DESCRIPTION OF DRAWING(S) – The drawing shows a schematic representation depicting active ingredients extraction method.

Main Application Field

B04 (Natural products and polymers. Including testing of body fluids (other than blood typing or cell counting), pharmaceuticals or veterinary compounds of unknown structure, testing of microorganisms for pathogenicity, testing of chemicals for mutagenicity or human toxicity and fermentative production of DNA or RNA. General compositions.); D21 (Preparations for dental or toilet purposes – including filling alloys, compositions for dentures or dental impressions, anti-caries chewing gum, plaque disclosing compositions, toothpastes, cosmetics, shampoos, topical anti-sunburn compositions and toilet soaps (A61K).); E36 (Non-metallic elements, semi-metals (Se, Te, B, Si) and their compounds (except for E35).); J01 (Separation – including evaporation, crystallisation, solvent extraction, chromatography, dialysis, osmosis including drying gases and/or vapours, and separation of solids from gases, liquids and other solids. Isotope separation, filter materials (including molecular sieves for separation), and centrifuges (except where used for analysis) (B01D, B03, B04, B07B).); D13 (Other foodstuffs and treatment – including preservation of food, milk, milk products, butter substitutes, edible oils and fats, non-alcoholic beverages, artificial sweeteners, food additives and animal feed (A23B-L).)

INVENTORS:

MEIRELES MARIA ANGELA DE ALMEIDA
LEAL PATRICIA FRANCO
KFOURI MARINA BASCHEROTTO
ALEXANDRE FABIO DA COSTA

246_GINSENG

Patent number: BR200900551-A2

PATENT STATUS:

For information contact Inova Unicamp

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

parcerias@inova.unicamp.br

+55 (19) 3521-5207 / 2607

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