Dried Ginkgo Leaves
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Dried Ginkgo Leaves


  • Ginkgo increases the blood flow throughout the body and the brain.
  • Ginkgo increases the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP, the universal energy molecule).
  • It also improves the brain’s ability to metabolize glucose, prevents platelet aggregation inside arterial walls by keeping them flexible
  • Ginkgo also improves the transmission of nerve signals, and acts as a powerful antioxidant.
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Ginkgo, the oldest living species of plant on earth, is more than 225 million years old. In this U.S. it has been one of the ten best selling herbs for more than 5 years and a standardized extract of ginkgo leaf is presently one of the most frequently used plant-based remedies in Europe.

Recent research into the plant has discovered a range of active compounds in the leaves and this has excited a lot of interest in the health-promoting potential of the plant. The leaves contain ginkgolides, these are compounds that are unknown in any other plant species. The leaves are best harvested in the late summer or early autumn just as they begin to change color. They are dried for later use.

Dried Ginkgo leaves supports cognitive health. They are considered “sweet” and have a gentle effect. They can be used in teas, capsules, and extracts. Native to China, the tree is widely cultivated and was introduced early to human history. It has various uses as a traditional source of food.

Dried Ginkgo leaves Enhances concentration and mental clarity. It also enlivens the senses, by stimulating the blood flow throughout the body (especially the toes and fingertips) and the brain.

The leaves and seeds are used by the Chinese and Japanese as a herbal medicine. The Ginkgo biloba contains flavonoid glycosides and terpenoids (ginkgolides, bilobalides).


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