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1. the effect of Ginkgo Biloba in the human body
Ginkgo trees are very resilient and have many beneficial properties. In Chinese medicine, the seeds, bark and leaves were used even then. Ginkgo can help very well with poor circulation in the body. Ginkgo is known for its positive effect on the human brain. Memory disorders are reduced by taking ginkgo. The extract of the ginkgo tree contains many health-promoting ingredients, which ensure better concentration and performance. In addition, ginkgo protects nerve cells from harmful influences and supports messenger substances in the brain. Furthermore, the intake of Ginkgo Biloba can reduce ringing in the ears (tinnitus). The probability that ringing in the ears will disappear is also frequently increased.
Fields of application of Ginkgo:
- Circulatory disorders of the brain
- Concentration difficulties
- Weakness of memory
- Alzheimer's disease
2. what is ginkgo?
Ginkgo is one of the oldest trees in the world. The ginkgo tree is very hardy and can grow up to 40 meters high. It comes from China and is also known as Ginkgo Biloba. In Asia it is very well known because of its edible seeds and positive properties. For this reason, ginkgo is one of the most intensively studied medicinal plants. In the 17th century the tree came to Europe for the first time and was used there in many areas. Especially in the treatment of dementia and Alzheimer's disease it is said to have a special positive effect. Other areas of treatment include dizziness, memory disorders and ringing in the ears. In the traditional Chinese medicine the roots of the Ginkgo tree find application with menstruation disturbances and flatulence.
3. ingredients of Ginkgo
The ingredients of the Ginkgo tree are mainly found in the leaves. They contain large amounts of secondary plant compounds such as ginkgolides A, B and C. In addition, there are flavonoids in the form of kaempferol and quercetin. Tannins and essential oils are also frequently present. The seeds of the ginkgo tree contain ginkgol and fatty acids as well as proteins.
4. ginkgo biloba in the form of food supplements
Who would like to take Ginkgo Biloba in the form of food auxiliary means, should absolutely pay attention to the form of the active substance and its origin. Ginkgo capsules in particular are an excellent way to increase the value. They are very well tolerated and are utilized by the body to a high degree. Likewise, the preparation should not contain any chemical additives such as microcrystalline cellulose. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
Vitamineule® Ginkgo Capsules
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5. conclusion: the effect of Ginkgo Biloba in the human body
The extract obtained from ginkgo leaves has a positive effect on the brain. Ginkgo can help with memory problems, headaches and concentration difficulties. In addition, the medicinal plant supports the treatment of ringing in the ears and dizziness. To ensure the proper effect of ginkgo, it is recommended to take ginkgo in the form of dietary supplements. One can choose between ginkgo capsules and ginkgo tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly.
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