Enhance memory with ginkgo biloba

The leaf of the ginkgo biloba tree is full of antioxidantsAs one of the oldest and longest lived species the gingko biloba tree knows a thing or two about anti aging.

The leaves of the ginkgo tree contain flavonoids and turpenoids – types of antioxidants which make it one of the best natural anti aging supplements.

Ginkgo biloba extract has become a familiar sight in drugstores but just because it is widely available don’t overlook it!  There are major benefits in taking a high potency ginkgo extract for overall anti aging health and mental sharpness. 

Ginkgo biloba is an amazing anti aging supplement – the extract has been widely used in recent years to give dementia and Alzheimers suffers improved memory function and greater mental focus.

Ginkgo s enhances memory by boosting blood flow to the brain.  But its not just the brain that benefits – ginkgo biloba is known to improve blood flow throughout the body particularly the legs so helping with many kinds of lower leg vein problems.

Ginkgo biloba has been shown to help those withpainful blood flow issues in their legs, allowing them to walk thirty-four meters further than those that had taken a placebo.

As a circulation aid it can be taken as a natural supplement to reduce high blood pressure andhas been shown to lift mood and combat depression.

Extract of ginkgo biloba has also been used successfully in the relief of eye problems related to the retina.

Studies have found that the use of ginkgo biloba can improve memory function and cognitive abilities significantly more than a placebo could.

Ginkgo biloba can be taken in a number of forms – extract, tincture, pills, and capsules.  Probably the easiest way to get your dose is in extract form as a supplement and there are many different forms around.

But take care before you grab a pack of ginkgo off the shelf or look to find the cheapest deal on the internet.  Some supplements sold cheaply can be little better than a placebo – you need a reliable supplier where the source of the ginkgo is traceable and is included at levels over 100 mgs.

If you are taking blood thinning drugs or anti-convulsants you may be advised not to take ginkgo biloba and it is generally wise for anyone who takes prescription medication of any sort to discuss your plans for supplementing your diet before ordering your pills.

Otherwise for many of us taking a regular anti aging supplement containing ginkgo biloba is a simple and effective way of staying mentally sharp for longer.

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Comments

  1. Hello,

    I am taking spirulina,can I take also a gingko biloba ?

    Thank you

    Elena

  2. Thanks for that. I have never heard of ginkgo bilioba and will want to try it.

  3. Thanks for the information about ginkgo.

  4. The two most important considerations for improving memory are: 1) Uninterupted sleep. During menopause and when nursing and infant interuption in severely impairs memory. 2) Engagement in new activities and skills. Doing crossword puzzles and sudukos have no effect on memory and brain power. In order to improve brain funtion you must exercise your brain in ways. Learn a new language, learn to play a muscical instrument, learn to play a new card game. And once you have mastered this new skill, start all over learning a new one.

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