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Other Names: Ginkgo, Ginkgo Biloba, maidenhair-Tree, Balkuwari, Bai Guo, Kew Tree, Ginkgo Biloba
Traditional Usages: Coughs, Asthma, Urinary Problems, Poor Circulation, Memory Loss, Mild Depression, Tinnitus, Vertigo, Allergies, Senile Dementia (Alzheimer), Erectile Dysfunction, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Varicose Veins, Cold Hands and Feet, Confusion, Acne, ADHD, Piles, Cramp in the Calves, Tired Brain,
Resources: China, Japan, Europe, US, Asia
Parts Used: Leaves, Nuts
Administration Method: Liquid or solid form. Administration for more than 6 - 8 weeks has no therapeutic benefit.
Herbal Research: Ginkgo Biloba
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breast Feeding. Possible side effects: very seldom stomach or intestinal upsets, headaches, or allergic skin reaction.
Ginkgo Biloba, Rosemary and Ginger – Herbal remedy for Cerebral Palsy: Rosemary, ginger and ginkgo biloba can help the body in making good use of oxygen which is very important for proper brain, nerve and muscle function. Ginger and ginkgo can be used for improved blood circulation. The better the circulation of blood, the more optimal oxygen levels and vital nutrients will be in the brain and nerve cells.
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