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Ginkgo biloba benefits

Ginkgo biloba Disorders Circulation, altitude sickness, dizziness, headache, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, Raynaud's syndrome

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Ginkgo biloba description

The ginkgo biloba is a tree that can measure up to 35 meters in height and it can live in some environments four thousand years. They come in either a female tree or a male tree. Young, the ginkgo has a smooth bark then over time, it ends up cracking, even cracking, its color varies from brown to gray. The leaves consist of two lobes having a palm-like appearance without any central veins, they are deciduous and cluster in threes or also four on the twigs and are up to 15 cm long. The flowers (male) are called catkins are very small in size and gather in sparsely colored inflorescences. They bloom in spring. The female trees are the only ones to have fruit and again these are particularly ova which have the appearance of small apricots. The eggs of ginkgo biloba have a fleshy part, a core containing an almond and protective membranes. Be careful, the egg or the fruit is not edible or even toxic. Only the almond can be ingested.

Cultivation of Ginkgo

Ginkgo biloba originated in the Far East, did you know that it is one of the oldest trees in the world for almost 300 million years of existence, long before the dinosaurs and the ice age. It even resisted the implications of the Hiroshima atomic bomb in 1945 and flourished again in 1946; it was also the only tree to have bloomed that year. We find ginkgo nowadays in Korea, as well as in the south-east of China, in Japan, but also in France and precisely in the south, and in the United States. Ginkgo biloba is a very enduring tree capable of withstanding the coldest (the ice age), very undemanding, prefers siliceous or even silico-clay soils. It even survives in the face of pollution in urban areas.

Biloba its composition

Ginkgo biloba includes many compounds in perfect synergy located mainly in its leaves which brings its benefits to the body. Flavonoids which are powerful antioxidants numbering twenty and the best known for ginkgo is ginkgetol.

Ginkgo biloba also contains terpene lactones (to thin the blood and dilate the vessels) with ginkgolide and bilobalide, sugars, plant sterols (lipid).

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Ginkgo biloba and its medicinal properties

By its components combining two terpene lactones, ginkgo biloba is a vasodilator whose function is to fight memory-related problems, such as senility, but also hemorrhoids, varicose veins and heavy legs and also Raynaud's syndrome by dilating the vessels and allowing better blood flow throughout the body.

Through its antioxidant action, ginkgo helps regulate venous circulation, slows down, reduces and slows down disorders of cerebral functionality and cognitive capacity and delay the aging of the retina. This regulating effect of ginkgo biloba helps reduce memory disorders including signs of inattention, concentration disturbances, confusing effects, tinnitus disturbances, dizziness, and headaches.

It should also be noted that by its vasodilator action, ginkgo biloba is ideally used for certain erectile and sexual dysfunctions while improving both male and female performance.

Ginkgo biloba other uses

The ginkgo biloba is by its robustness considered as an ornamental tree of the most resistant against the pollution of the cities and the beauty of its leaves, it is therefore frequent to see to beautify the municipalities, it is also found in the form of bonsai. Ginkgo is also included in the Japanese “Chawanmushj” recipe, part of the traditional cuisine of the country as well as in China assimilated to pistachios, they are served at the wedding. The ginkgo leaf is representative of the city of Tokyo.

Ginkgo biloba helps heal

Circulation, altitude sickness, dizziness, headache, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction, memory, antioxidant, senile dementia, Raynaud's syndrome.