Ginkgo Biloba

    60 x 6000mg Tablets
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    Ginkgo Biloba Benefits

    This supplement derives from the Maidenhair tree or ginkgo tree which is native to China. There is evidence through research into fossils that this widely cultivated tree dates back over 270 million years. Benefits of ginkgo tree's leaves go back thousands of years when Chinese medicine believe ginkgo helped warriors focus and concentration when going to fight! Traditional Chinese cuisine boiled the leaves for tea and soups as they believed it enhances brain memory.

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    • Ginkgo Leaf Extract 6000mg, Bulking Agents (Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate), Anticaking Agents (Silica, Magnesium Stearate)
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    Dose: 1 tablet per day


    Ginkgo - The Brain Tree

    Ginkgo biloba tablets are as easy to purchase and use as any other dietary supplement. The extracts for the supplements are collected from ginkgo biloba leaves. Studies state that ginkgo biloba leaves are capable of enhancing the expression of genes that bear an immense effect on the functioning of the hippocampal region of the brain. You could probably have your hands full right now and still do not know it. There are times when the neurological functions of the brain become inadequate due to the weakening of nerves. Neuromodulation is the part of science that deals with regaining the functionality of neurons.

    An heir to the goodness of Maidenhair tree, Ginkgo biloba is found as the most valuable form of use of the farmlands of China. The Chinese origin of this species can be more specifically observed amplified in the mixed-mesophytic forest that tarries the noble water body of Yangtze River. The environs of this region are selectively the most suitable for the growth of ginkgo biloba. Ginkgo biloba tablets are an unusual supplement in the market that has yearned for the presence of a useful form of ginger for a really long time. Ginkgo biloba of the most prudent variety is rare. In fact, according to the recent red list of IUCN, ginkgo biloba has been marked as the next in the extinct species of the plant varieties that have been used as a distinct natural resource for mankind. A major portion of ginkgo biloba existent on the face of the earth is confined to the plots of the companies that grow them to only to be used later for the purpose of supplements. The inadvertent presence of ginkgo biloba is extremely scarce. It is for this reason that the plant has been named as a ‘living fossil’ by the local people of China.

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