Ginkgo biloba is a very special and unique millenary deciduous tree of the Ginkgoaceae family. It is described as a living fossil native from China, where its name means “silver apricot”. Also known as the “tree of the 40 shields” for its economic value in Europe. The active parts of this plant are the leaves, which contain phenolic compounds (flavonols such as quercetin and kaempferol) hydroxycinnamates, apigenin biflavones (such as bilobetin, ginkgetin and sciadopitysine), oligomeric proanthocyanidins, terpene lactones (such as ginkgolide and sesquiterpene bilobalide) and phytosterols.
Traditionally, Ginkgo has been used as:
At the hearing level it improves the ultra structural quality of the vestibular sensory epithelium, modulating the capillary permeability and the general microcirculation.
Circulatory insufficiency (improves blood flow to brain).
Memory and attention deficiency (improves cognitive ability).
Vertigo and dizziness.
Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba L.) leaves dry extract, standardized to 24% flavoglycosides and 6% triterpene lactones: 200 mg.
1 or 2 capsules daily, with a glass of water.
It can enhance the anticoagulant and antiplatelet effect of some medications.
Its use is not recommended for epileptic people without the control of a specialist.
Pregnancy: effects have not yet been described.
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