gingko biloba has been tested in over 300 clinical trials in the last 30 years.
gingko trees survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima in August 1945, leading local people to name the tree the bearer of hope.
gingko biloba leaf tea.
gingko extract used in cerebral insufficiency, of which eight were high quality  .
gingko nuts are eaten regularly.
Though gingko biloba is better known as a treatment for the symptoms of dementia, the University of Maryland Medical Center's Alternative Medicine Index indicates that gingko can be used for pain relief as well.
Gingko - See Maiden Hair Tree (Salisburia).
In adults, alternative treatments for cramps include gingko (Ginkgo biloba) or Japanese quince (Chaenomeles speciosa).
There is also some evidence that gingko, ginseng, and some other herbs taken for their stimulant effects may increase the severity of tics in children and adolescents.
Gingko Biloba is touted as a memory enhancer, however the Mayo Clinic explains that the evidence is not definitive.
Gingko biloba: Used for centuries as an all-purpose herb due to its rich supply of antioxidants.
Ingredients include aloe vera, bilberry extract, sugar cane extract, gingko biloba extract, mushroom extract, alpha lipoic acid and vitamins E and A.
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