Organic Ginkgo - 90 ct.,(Oregon's Wild Harvest)

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  • Oregon's Wild harvest Organic Ginkgo
  • •Made With Organic Ginkgo Leaf
  • •Gluten Free/•Non-GMO
  • •Standardized with 24% Flavone Glycosides and 6% Terpene Lactones
  • •Support for Mental Clarity

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  • Product Dimensions: 0.15 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 0.15 pounds
  • ASIN: B003FF1HIG
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Product Description

Freshly milled organic Ginkgo leaf is combined with a standardized extract and encapsulated in vegetarian capsules made from GMO-FREE corn. These capsules supply the scientifically validated dosage of extract (60 mg extracted to supply 24% flavone glycosides and 6% terpene lactones). This is supported by the addition of pure unadulterated Ginkgo leaf. The whole leaf has hundreds of compounds and flavonoids related to the flavone glycosides, which have yet to be studied.Ginkgo biloba is the world's oldest living species of tree, dating back more than 200 million years. Individual trees live as long as 1,000 years. It is now commonly planted in the cities of Europe, Japan, Southeast Asia, and the United States due to its hardiness and resistance to infection and pollution.Although the medicinal use of the seed originates from China from 5000 years ago, it was not until this the 20th century that the leaves of the tree were first used in European herbal medicine. Many of Ginkgo's current uses originate from research and clinical observations during the 1950s in Europe. In 1994, a standardized extract of Ginkgo biloba was approved by the health authorities in Germany for treatment of dementia. In France and Germany it is one of the most popular prescribed medicines.In the United States Ginkgo is one of the top-selling herbal supplements. This popularity can be attributed to large number of successful clinical studies that have been published. The Federal Government's Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) research program is currently funding several studies featuring this herb.