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Ginkgo leaf (Ginkgo biloba) refers to the leaves of the Ginkgo biloba tree, one of Earth’s oldest living tree species. Native to China, Ginkgo trees are now cultivated worldwide for their medicinal and ornamental value. Extracts from the leaves have been used for centuries in traditional medicine, particularly Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), for their potential health benefits.

Ginkgo has traditionally been used to promote circulation and enhance cognitive function by improving blood flow to the brain. Because of its ability to improve oxygenation, it‘s been used for acute mountain sickness, also called altitude sickness. Because Ginkgo Leaf extract is rich in antioxidants, it may help protect cells from oxidative damage.

Ginkgo Leaf benefits

Ginkgo Leaf contains over 60 active compounds, including flavonoid glycosides (ginkgolide A and ginkgolide B), terpene trilactone bilobalide, and terpenoids (quercetin and kaempferol). These compounds contribute to Ginkgo’s health benefits.

Ginkgo Leaf has been shown in scientific studies to:

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