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Ginkgo Biloba


Supports mental focus and blood circulation.
Both 24% flavone glycosides and 6% terpene lactones.
Ginkgolic acid is at less than 1ppm for enhanced safety. Ginkgolic acid is a harmful substance occuring naturally in the ginkgo leave. A pharmaceutical quality of ginkgo extract is required to contain ginkgolic acid at < 5 ppm. A consumer report survey found most ginkgo products contain too much ginkgolic acid.
In the tablet form as used in the clinical studies.
Made in USA in GMP facilites.
One bottle lasts for one month.
All specifications same as used in the clinical trials to reproduce the positive outcome.
Comparable to Ginkoba yet inexpensive.

Ginkgo (银杏) was first used by Chinese in herbal medicine over three thousand years ago. Modern studies have identified its active ingredients. The standardized ginkgo extract is approved as a prescription drug in Europe to treat memory impairment related to aging and dementia and to treat problems caused by poor circulation and is among the best selling drugs. The standardized ginkgo extract is a top selling herbal supplement in USA.

Ginkgo Biloba Health Benefits:
Ginkgo Biloba is likely the most studied herb in clinical trials in USA and Europe. Many health benefits of Ginkgo Biloba have been explored. These benefits include improvement of mental performance in dementia of Alzheimer's disease, memory improvement of age-associated memory impairment, memory enhancement in healthy elderly people, treatment of peripheral vascular disease, reduction of tinnitus, and prevention of acute mountain sickness.

Clinical trials support that Ginkgo Biloba may slow down and even improve memory impairment in patients suffering Alzheimer's disease or multi-infarct dementia.

Laboratory studies have shed lights on the how Ginkgo Biloba may benefit Alzheimer's disease.

Clinical trials support that Ginkgo Biloba may improve declining memory and learning, reduced alertness, and dizziness due to aging in patients with Age-Associated Memory Impairment (Age-Related Cognitive Decline, Cerebral Insufficiency).

Clinical trials suggest that Ginkgo Biloba may enhance memory, improve mental alertness in healthy adults as well.

Clinical trials support that Ginkgo Biloba may increase walking distances and reduce recurring pain in walking due to the peripheral vascular disease (intermittent claudication).

Trials have not yet found significant benefits of Ginkgo Biloba on reducing ringing in the ears occurred in tinnitus.

Ginkgo Biloba is reported to prevent acute mountain sickness (altitude sickness) due to oxygen reduction in high altitudes for climbers and skiers.

Active Ingredients:
Research on Ginkgo Biloba mostly uses standardized extracts made from its leaves. The standardized extracts are concentrated 50 times and typically contains 24% ginkgo-flavone glycosides and 6% terpene lactones, which are believed to be two fractions of active ingredients of Ginkgo Biloba. 

Dose and Duration:
In the Ginkgo Biloba clinical trials, people typically took 120 mg standardized extract per day, divided in 1 to 3 times. The dose can go up to 240 mg per day. The trials commonly last for 1 month to 1 year.

Use Discretion:

Ginkgo Biloba Side Effects:
Side effects are few in the Ginkgo Biloba clinical trials. Any side effect observed if any in people who took ginkgo is not more than in people who took placebo. Several cases of possible adverse reaction are reported.

Ginkgo Biloba Drug Interaction:
Numerous studies suggest that Ginkgo may interact with other prescription drugs such as the blood thinners.

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