Why Gingko Biloba is important for us?

Gingko Biloba is an ancient and fast-growing Chinese tree with a long history of
medicinal use in the East. In fact, it might even be the oldest surviving tree
species on the earth; experts have dated it back a mind-boggling 300 million
years. Can you believe it?
It works to improve your brain and mental performance on many levels. Firstly,
it improves the blood flow to your brain, flooding the tissues with oxygen and
improving memory and concentration in the process.
It’s also supremely high in antioxidants, which can protect the brain from the
damage of free radicals, age-related memory decline and also Alzheimer’s
Gingko also has a significant effect upon depression and low mood disorders.
The flavonoids it contains are called terpene lactones and ginkgo-flavone
glycosides (flavonoids) which help maintain levels of dopamine and serotonin in
your brain, and in turn improve both mood and thought processes.
It comes in many different forms - tablets, tincture and even tea form. Take
between 80 mg and 240 mg per day, divided into at least two doses. It’s best to
take the first dose after breakfast and the second after lunch, to ensure that you
can still drop off to sleep at night. Be aware that it can take up to 12 weeks for
the effects of gingko to become apparent. Be patient.