Ginkgo Biloba

It appeared on Earth during the Jurassic period more than 250 million years ago, before the dinosaurs, and is the oldest tree in the world. This is why it is often called a "living fossil". It is now the only member of the Ginkgoaceae family and no longer reproduces in the wild. Very resistant to pollution, limestone and drought, it can live for 2000 years. This exceptional resistance has enabled it to grow back in Japan on land devastated by the explosion of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima on 6 August 1945.

Main Properties

The oldest tree in the world

Ginkgo Biloba contributes to the proper functioning of the memory and to a good blood circulation*. The brain is particularly sensitive to variations in blood flow, which provides it with the oxygen it needs. Flavonoids and ginkgolides contribute to a good blood circulation and a good irrigation of the micro-vessels.

At a dosage of 2000 mg in dry plant equivalent per ampoule in the product Ginkgo Biloba 2000. Present in the Memory bud glycerine macerate complex (for 30 drops).