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Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba)

Definition: The most ancient of all trees, ginkgo is native to areas of the Far East and is a favorite of Chinese practitioners for the treatment of respiratory disorders. Today, ginkgo is the subject of widespread scientific inquiry for its ability to increase circulatory oxygenation to brain cells as well as other body areas.

Applications: Antiaging, Alzheimer's disease, asthma, depression, attention deficit disorder, blood clots, circulatory insufficiency, dementia, kidney disease, memory loss, respiratory disease, senility, stress, stroke, tinnitus and vascular disease.

Scientific Updates: Numerous studies have found that ginkgo can protect the neuronal membranes in the brain and help prevent the decrease in cerebral reception that occurs with aging.101 During an open trial involving 112 geriatric patients who suffered from inadequate cerebral blood flow, 120 mg of ginkgo extract caused a significant regression of pre-existing symptoms.

Complementary Agents: Ginseng, gotu kola, sage, bee pollen, capsicum, suma, St. John's wort, garlic, vitamin B-complex, folic acid, magnesium, choline, antioxidant array and DHEA.

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