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Arrow Ginkgo Biloba for Memory (and more)

Ginkgo Biloba is popularly referred to as the "memory herb". It is known to benefit brain function and cerebral circulation. Due to this ability, it's been effective in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's, dementia, poor concentration, ADD (attention deficit disorder), depression, and many neurological disorders.

This herb has shown to be beneficial for stroke, skull injuries, Raynauds disease, macular degeneration, sexual dysfunction, coronary artery disease and a wide range of vascular disorders. Ginkgo has also been used for diabetes related tissue damage (gangerine) and circulatory disorders of the skin.

Since Ginkgo is an anti-inflammatory, it can be used in cases of mucus or phlegm in the lungs, allergies, asthma and cough. The general dose is 40mg of dried herb three times per day.

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Just an antedotal note here... having worked in an Alzheimers lock down unit, I noticed that families have pumped ginko into their Alzheimers relatives where I worked. It does not stop the disease. It could slow it perhaps but there is no way to know as the progress of this disease is individual and studies would be difficult.
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I forgot about ginkgo for sinuses. I'm already taking natto and serrapeptase. I wonder if adding ginkgo would increase bleeding even more. Maybe I'll substitute one for ginkgo and see what happens. Thanks for that info and reminder.
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