Ginkgo Biloba Extract

Ginkgo Biloba Extract

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What’s the Gingko Biloba and Gingko Biloba Extract?

Ginkgo Biloba also know as the maidenhair,which the scientific name Salisburia adiantifolia.It is an traditional
plant which has been used in TCM(traditional Chinese Medicinal)to heal various illness for thousands of
years.In fact,Ginkgo is the oldest relic plant after the quaternary glacier movement which be certified by the
University of Maryland Medical Center reports.And now it is one of welcome and treature herbal treatments
ingredients in the world with different herbal aliments.

Actually ginkgo has been used and stuided for years in pharmacological in China,France,Germany.Thousands
of years ago, Chinese herbal medicines has used dried  ginkgo leaf and seed to cure illness. According to the
Traditional Chinese Medicine, many doctors have studied and clinical testing for various effective benefits
for human body with blend formula of ginkgo in different ways.  Moreover current clinical studies and experience
of TCM both show the ginkgo biloba is the safe , effective and functional benefits to the human body.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How does the Ginkgo Biloba Extract actions in pharmacological

Ginkgo biloba extract contains flavonoid glycosides and terpenoids (ginkgolides, bilobalides) two constituents
that have effective antioxidant properties and has been used pharmaceutically for thousands of years. It is
believed has many alleged nootropic properties, help memory and concentration enhancer, and anti-vertigo
agent. Also it help slow down the progression of age-related diseases by combating oxidative stress which
usually caused worsens by ages. According to the University of Maryland reports, all ages people get benefits
like cognitive-enhancing effects from taking ginkgo especially the aged 50-59 years.

The Ginkgo Biloba Extract contains flavonoid glycosides and terpenoids (ginkgolides, bilobalides) and
has been used pharmaceutically for hundreds of years. It has many alleged nootropic properties, and is
mainly used as memory and concentration enhancer, and anti-vertigo agent. Ginkgo extract mainly to
have three effects on the human body: 1)improves blood flow (including microcirculation in small capillaries)
to most tissues and organs; 2) protects against oxidative cell damage from free radicals; 3) it blocks many
of the effects of PAF (platelet aggregation, blood clotting) that have been related to the development of a
number of cardiovascular, renal, respiratory and CNS (Central Nervous System) disorders.

 

Specification Purity of Ginkgo Biloba Extract 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Effective functional of Ginkgo Biloba Extract 

1.Concentration Increases

Ginkgo biloba extract has been proven benefits to help combat poor concentration, reverse cognitive decline
and and heal fatigue by researching.Even useful for helping to treat cerebral insufficiency — a condition
characterized by chronically low concentration, confusion, decreased physical performance, fatigue,
headaches and mood changes.

Many of the brain-boosting ginkgo biloba benefits that researchers have discovered rest on the fact that it’s an
effective anti-inflammatory that increases antioxidant activity, lowers oxidative stress and improves circulation
—all important factors for maintaining cognitive health.

When researchers from the Institute for Medical Psychology at the University of Munich tested the effects of
ginkgoon healthy adults’ mental performance over a four-week period, they found significant differences in
self-estimated mental health as well as self-estimated quality of life between those taking ginkgo and the placebo
group. This is true even though there were no existing differences between the two groups in terms of general
health.

The group taking ginkgo experienced better motor performance and emotional health, and reported no known
drug-induced side effects or intolerance. No serious adverse events were observed during the study overall,
which suggests that ginkgo is a safe and effective way to boost mental capabilities with little risk.

2.Reduces Risk for Dementia and Alzheimer’s

While not a total cure, overall scientific literature suggests that ginkgo biloba benefits people experiencing
cognitive decline, including those with dementia of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Certain studies have found ginkgo
can help improve cognitive performance and memory in both older and younger adults but might be especially
useful for age-related mental decline.

Most studies have investigated the effects of ginkgo on lowering Alzheimer’s symptoms in patients already
undergoing standard AD treatment with cholinesterase inhibitor drugs (ChEIs). But when groups of AD patients
taking additional ginkgo supplementation have been compared to those not taking ginkgo-combination therapy
over at least a one-year period, significant differences in quality of life have been reported, according to scores
on the Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment Scale (ADAS-Cog) and Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Scale.

Ginkgo might be able to help people recover from strokes or traumatic brain injuries, too. In extract form, it’s widely
used in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke in China. When researchers from Beijing University of Chinese
Medicine reviewed evidence from 14 randomized controlled trials involving brain injury patients, they found mixed
results but reported that ginkgo biloba extract had positive effects on patients’ neurological impairment and quality
of life in nine of the trials.

Some studies have even found that in combination with antipsychotic drugs, ginkgo might be an effective
supplemental treatment for people with schizophrenia and serious mental disorders. It also has the potential to
improve cognitive function in people with multiple sclerosis (MS) — making it a potential natural treatment for
multiple sclerosis— although more formal studies are still needed

3.Helps Fight Anxiety and Depression

If you suffer from chronically high stress that’s killing your quality of life, nervousness, depression or mood swings,
ginkgo might be able to help. Research suggests ginkgo biloba benefits the body’s ability to handle stressors and
counteracts the effects of high levels of stress hormones, like cortisol and adrenaline.

Known as an adapotgen herb that naturally raises the body’s ability to cope with trouble and worry, it might be
especially helpful for people with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and possibly seasonal depression, panic
attacks and social phobias, too.

4.Fights Symptoms of PMS

Some early research has shown positive effects of taking ginkgo on reducing PMS symptoms, including mood
swings, headaches, anxiety, fatigue and muscle pain. It also appears to have beneficial effects on mood and
cognition in postmenopausal women and can help improve similar symptoms.

One 2008 study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicinecompared the effects on
ginkgo biloba in two groups of women that were similar in terms of demographic characteristics and baseline
overall severity of PMS symptoms. After a six-month intervention with ginkgo, there was a significant decrease
in the overall severity of physical and psychological symptoms in both the group taking 40 milligrams daily of
ginkgo extract and the placebo group; however, a higher percentage of the ginkgo group (23.7 percent) had
improvements compared to the placebo (8.7 percent).

5.Helps Maintain Vision and Eye Health

While more evidence is still needed, ginkgo appears to be beneficial for eye health since it improves blood flow
to the eyes and fights free radial damage that can harm the cornea, macula and retina. It might be especially
beneficial for older adults in preserving vision and lowering UV damage or oxidative stress to eye tissue.

Some studies have found ginkgo to be effective at lowering the risk for age-related macular degeneration thanks
to its platelet-activating factors and prevention of membrane damage caused by free radicals. Vascular factors and
oxidative damage are thought to be two primary causes of vision loss and other age‐related eye disorders, but
antioxidant plants and herbs like ginkgo help mitigate these effects.

6.Helps Prevent or Treat ADHD

Certain studies using combination therapies that include ginkgo have found relief and improved concentration
for people with ADHD symptoms. And because it can improve concentration, memory and task performance,
it can possibly also reduce symptoms in people with dyslexia.While more research is still needed, there’s also
some early evidence that ginkgo can help reduce behaviors and symptoms of autism, making it a potential autism
natural treatment.

7.Improves Libido

It’s believed ginkgo has positive effects on hormonal balance — especially serotonin levels, blood pressure and
circulation — therefore it might help some people struggling with erectile dysfunction and low libido. Ginkgo has
the potential to dilate blood vessels and improve blood flow to the genitals, which is important for reproductive health.

Some reports show it’s potentially effective in treating antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction predominately
caused by selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

8.Helps Treat Headaches and Migraines

Ginkgo might be an effective way to naturally remedy frequent headaches and reduce the rate and severity of
migraines since it reduces pain, increases blood vessel dilation and combats stress that can all trigger an attack.
Headaches can be triggered by stress, fatigue, allergies, eyestrain, poor posture, alcohol or drugs, low blood sugar,
hormones, constipation, and nutritional deficiencies. The amazing benefits that ginkgo has on our stress and fatigue
goes hand in hand with its ability to lessen headache tension.

9.Lowers Symptoms of Asthma

Some studies have found ginkgo extract can reduce asthma-related symptoms. Because it lowers inflammation,
improves antioxidant activity and has positive effects on nerve functioning, people have reported less trouble
breathing when taking ginkgo.

10.Helps Heal Hemorrhoids

Certain studies have found that ginkgo biloba benefits people experiencing painful hemorrhoids, which cause
swelling, pain and bleeding because of an increase in pressure on the veins of the anus and rectum. Ginkgo can
help lower pain, improve pain tolerance and decease inflammation, which helps to stop bleeding associated with
hemorrhoids, making ginkgo biloba an effective hemorrhoids treatment.

11.Fights Fibromyalgia

Some studies have found that supplementing with CoQ10 and ginkgo together improved quality of life for people
diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a disorder of the nervous system. Fibromyalgia is a widespread muscle pain typically
accompanied by fatigue; headaches; and difficulty with sleep, anxiety and depression. Ginkgo biloba can be used
as a natural fibromyalgia treatment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recommended Dosage of Ginkgo Biloba Extract Powder 

Effects of ginkgo biloba seem to be dose dependent, so the more you take the bigger results you may see —
although you still should carefully stick to recommended values. Depending on the condition, doses can range
from 40 to 300 milligrams daily. Some people have reported results in lowering pain and nervousness while
taking lower doses around 40 milligrams daily, while other studies have found better cognitive improvements
at around 120 milligrams daily. Higher levels are likely needed for older adults and those who have existing
hormonal imbalances, inflammation-related symptoms, cognitive impairments and mood disorders.

You can find ginkgo in capsule, tablet, liquid extract or dried leaf form in most health food stores and also
online. Look for it in standardized extract form containing 24 percent to 32 percent flavonoids (also known as
flavone glycosides or heterosides) and 6 percent to 12 percent terpenoids (triterpene lactones).

Below are the recommended dosages depending on your specific health condition:

Memory problems and Alzheimer’s disease: 120–240 milligrams daily in divided doses, standardized to
contain 24 percent to 32 percent flavone glycosides (flavonoids or heterosides) and 6 percent to 12 percent
triterpene lactones (terpenoids).

Low concentration or fatigue (such as for ADHD, depression, mood changes): 120–240 milligrams per day.

Inflammatory diseases and those requiring improved blood flow (asthma, PMS, aches or pains, fatigue,
fibromyalgia): 120–240 milligrams per day.

As of now, researchers feel ginkgo should not be given to children.How quickly can you expect to see
improvements? It can take between four to six weeks to see any effects from ginkgo, so be patient. While it’s
possible to feel positive effects sooner, people may need time to experience the inflammation-reducing effects.

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