Ginkgo biloba is the oldest tree on earth. It is known that there are old trees, believe it or not, 200 million years ago. Ginkgo biloba tree can reach the age of one thousand years.
After the Ice Age, Ginkgo biloba tree grows naturally only in China, and there is considered as a sacred tree.
Ginkgo biloba was for centuries in this ancient land and is used as a cure for various diseases such as asthma, lung disease, and, in particular, to encourage peripheral and cerebral blood circulation. Today ginkgo is widely used a natural product.
This plant contains high levels of flavonoids, so thanks to it have a strong antioxidant effect.
Additionally, leaves from Ginko Biloba contain flavonoids, bilobalide, essential oils and tannic acid, and leaves are used for the natural treatment.
Ginkgo biloba is a natural history of our planet
Ginkgo biloba as a natural remedy is particularly useful for the treatment of disorders of the peripheral and cerebral circulation, which means people who have survived a stroke.
This plant has a positive effect on the microcirculation of the brain so it is recommended to older people and those with vertigo, tinnitus and headaches.
Ginkgo biloba thus improves concentration, memory and other brain activities.
Ginkgo biloba relieve discomfort when it comes to asthma, Alzheimer’s disease, impotence, high or low blood pressure, wound healing, and inflammation of the veins (preventing thrombosis).
It is useful as a natural remedy for a migraine.
With a long-term excess of the recommended doses, as well as the side effects can occur anxiety, insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, and atopic dermatitis.
Ginkgo biloba can be taken as a tea, in capsules or tablets or tincture has the best effect or extract.
In addiition, Ginkgo biloba has proved as an excellent ingredient for treating and is used as one of the ovarian cancer remedies.
NOTE: People with epilepsy who in some form taking Gginkgo biloba plant are at higher risk of getting a new epileptic attack, a new study has shown.