Ginkgo Biloba

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Ginkgo Biloba

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Review

Ginkgo Biloba has been known as the Mind Herb for centuries.  This herb contains powerful antioxidants that help to fight free radicals and blood thinners to improve blood circulation and overall brain function.  This herb is popular in Europe and often prescribed in parenteral and intravenous forms.  There have been over 400 pharmacological and clinical studies done on Ginkgo making it the most well researched botanical in the world.  The active ingredients in Ginkgo are terpene lactones, ginkgo flavone glycosides (A,B,C) and bilobalide.  These molecules promote neuroprotection and improved blood circulation by inhibition of platelet-activating factor.  Ginko also contains quercetin, kaempferol and isorhamnetin which are responsible for the antioxidant properties and free radical elimination.

Purpose

  • aid memory

Ingredients

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User Opinions

There are many consumer reviews for Mason’s Ginkgo biloba with an average rating of 4 stars.

Some consumers would warn on the dangers of taking 500 mg of a blood thinner daily. This consumer suggests not  to take this product daily, rotate weeks in taking it instead. Thinning your blood in order to increase memory and sexual prowess is a good philosophy, but better work in moderation. Exercise caution with this product.

However, one of the consumers say it’s just leaves. According to him you can’t compare it to the 60/120mg capsules that are standardized extract. However, an 83 year old consumer appreciated the strength of this product.

Other consumers recommend taking this product in conjunction with Excelerol 90 Day Maximum Strength.

Dosage

Adults take 1 capsule 1 or more times a day.  Best if taken with a meal.  If in doubt consult with your healthcare provider.

Precautions

There have been rare reports of stomach upset, headaches and skin reactions.  Given that Ginkgo is a blood thinner, you should consult with your healthcare provider if you are taking Warfarin, Coumadin or heparin before you take this product.  If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, talk with your doctor before you take this product.

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