Ginkgo Biloba Concentrated Extract
Royal King ®
Herba Natural Products, Inc.
125mg leaf extract
30 Gelcaps – 30mg Ginkgo flavonglycosides, 7.5mg Terpen lactones
This product is made from 100% pure natural Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract.
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Each capsule contains 30 mg Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides.
Contains gelatin, water, corn oil.
Acts as an antioxidant, has anti-aging effects, reduces blood pressure, inhibit blood clotting. Increase the supply of oxygen to the heart, brain, and all bodily parts.
Poor memory, muscle pains, tinnitus, vertigo, hearing loss, impotence, Raynaud’s disease.
Take 1 gelcap daily or as directed by your health care advisor.
Discontinue use of this product if experimenting any allergic reaction or other discomfort.
Discount: $6.95 each when you buy 2 or more
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Ginkgo Biloba Concentrated Extract
There are some species in the animal and plant kingdoms that have been in existence virtually unchanged for several hundred million years. The ginkgo biloba tree, native to Asia, is one such species that has achieved longevity; interestingly, its leaves contain extracts that may help assure that human longevity is experienced with clarity and a satisfactory state of wellness.
Ginkgo Trees grow to soaring heights and are recognized by their distinctively exotic fan-shaped leaves that have a notch in their centers. The trees can live for about 3,000 years.
The Ginkgo biloba tree may have been in existence for approximately 300 million years. Extracts from its leaves have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for several thousand years, and it is currently dispensed as a remedy by European physicians who write in excess of 1.2 million prescriptions for ginkgo per month. Generally, ginkgo is used to “improve cerebral circulation, mental alertness and overall brain functioning.”
It is therefore easy to discern why many articles point to ginkgo biloba as a natural dietary supplement that the elderly can use to their advantage.
The authors write that ginkgo leaves are effective for those who have symptoms stemming form reduced blood flow to the brain and extremities. In addition, it has been of assistance to elderly people who have problems with memory and cognitive function such as slow thinking and reasoning, as well as more physical complaints such as tinnitus, headaches and age-related macular degeneration, or loss of sight.
Since 1975, more than 34 human studies on ginkgo were published. these studies demonstrated that the leaf “works by increasing blood flow throughout the body and the brain. Ginkgo increases the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP, the universal energy molecule). It also improves the brain’s ability to metabolize glucose, prevents the platelet aggregation inside arterial walls by keeping them flexible, improves the transmission of nerve signals and acts as a powerful antioxidant.”
In The A to Z Guide to Healing Herbal Remedies by Jason Elias, M.A., L.A.c., and Shelagh Ryan Masline, the authors state, :Ginkgo has a unique ability to inhibit a process called platelet activity factor (PAF). PAD plays a major role in many of your body’s processes, such as blood flow and blood clots. By blocking PAF, ginkgo exhibits tremendous healing possibilities.
“As ginkgo improves blood flow to all parts of the body,” they continue, “There may be decreased risk of the type of stroke that occurs when blood flow to the brain is blocked; heart attack prevention (by reducing the blood clots that cause them); and stimulation of memory and reaction time (again by increasing blood flow to the brain).”
Ronald G. Reicher, N.D., in his article “Herbs for a Bright Future”, points out that “What makes ginkgo so effective is its active ingredients: a group of naturally occurring chemicals galled ginkgo flavone glycosides. These active components…increase circulation in both larger blood vessels (arteries) and smaller blood vessels (capillaries) making it ideal not only for dementia but also for other circulatory problems including poor blood flow to the legs.”
Another consumer health publication notes “Ginkgo biloba produces leaves that are a rich source of bioflavonoids (kaempferol and quercetin), terpenes (ginkgolides) and other constituents which are proving invaluable in the treatment of circulatory problems, hearing loss, certain eye disorders and other conditions.”
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.