Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba
Unrest Traffic, altitude sickness, vertigo, headaches, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, Raynaud's phenomenon
Beneficial Memory, antioxidant, senile dementia
Ginkgo biloba description
Ginkgo biloba is a tree that can grow up to 35 meters high and can live in some quarters four thousand years. They are either female or male tree tree. Young, the bark of a ginkgo smoother then with time it eventually crack crack see, its color varies from brown to gray. The leaves of the ginkgo biloba consists of two lobes with a similar appearance to central veins without any fins, they are obsolete and are grouped by three or four on the twigs and are up to 15 cm long. The flowers (male) are also called kittens come in all sizes and small gather in inflorescences and are lightly colored. They bloom in spring. Female trees are the only ones with fruit and still are especially eggs and have the appearance of small apricots. The ovules of Ginkgo biloba has a thick and a core containing an almond and protective membranes. Warning egg or fruit is not edible or even toxic. Only the kernel can be ingested.
Ginkgo biloba culture
Ginkgo biloba originated in the Far East, did you know that this is one of the oldest trees in the world nearly 300 million years of existence, and (it is similar to its ancestor) long before the dinosaurs and 'ice Age and has even resisted the implications of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and 45 in 1946 soon blossomed, it was also the only tree to have blooms this year. Found ginkgo today in Korea, and in the southeast of China, Japan and France but also specifically in the south, and the United States. The ginkgo biloba tree is a very tough able to withstand the most extreme cold (ice age) is very demanding, but be sure it is the preferences and it is located on siliceous sand-clay see. It very survival against pollution and urban areas.
Ginkgo biloba composition Ginkgo biloba medicinal properties
Ginkgo biloba contains many compounds seamlessly locate mainly in its leaves and bring its benefits to the organization. Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants to the number of twenty whose best known for ginkgo is ginkgétol.
Ginkgo biloba also contains terpene lactones (to thin and dilate blood vessels) with ginkgolide and bilobalide, sugars, plant sterols (lipid).
By combining two components terpene lactones, ginkgo biloba is a vasodilator which serves to combat the problems related to memory, such as senility, the early stage of Alzheimer's disease, but also hemorrhoids, varicose veins and tired legs and Raynaud's syndrome also by dilating blood vessels allowing a better flow of blood throughout the body.
By its action as antioxidant ginkgo function regulating the activity of dilating and contracting the venous circulation and thus inhibit, reduce and slow down brain function disorders and cognitive capacity delay the aging of the retina. This regulatory effect of ginkgo biloba reduce memory disorders including the signs due to inattention, impaired concentration, the effects of confusion, disturbance tinnitus, dizziness, and headaches. EC (Commission E) WHO (World Health Organization) endorses and recognizes ginkgo biloba as a palliative treatment on peripheral arterial resistance thus including intermittent claudication.
Note also that by its action vasodilator ginkgo biloba, is ideally used for erectile dysfunction sexual performance while improving both men and women.
Ginkgo biloba other uses
Ginkgo biloba is its robustness considered an ornamental tree of the most resistant against pollution of the cities and the beauty of its leaves, it is common to see to beautify common, they are also found in the form of bonsai . Ginkgo is also included in the recipe for "Chawanmushj" Japanese, part of the traditional cuisine of the country as well as China assimilated as pistachios they are served at the wedding. The ginkgo leaf is representative of the city of Tokyo.
Ginkgo biloba treats
Traffic, altitude sickness, vertigo, headaches, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, Alzheimer's, memory, antioxidant, senile dementia, Raynaud's phenomenon.