• Gingko Biloba

      Gingko biloba is known as “maidenhair tree” comes from China. This herb is used as a windbreak and as an ornamental plant as well in Asia as in Europe. Further it has beneficent qualities and woman have certainly heart about its excellent properties to heal cellulitis and water retention. Gingko Biloba is also used to cure dry, sensitive and cracked skin; further it is also applied with success against memory disorders as for example Alzheimer. In Japan the gingko biloba seeds are used in the kitchen especially as a vegetable and also to prepare bonsai. Thanks to its longevity in the nation of the “rising sun" this tree symbolizes eternal life and often it is next to temples. The tree is also very resistant to parasites and pollution and has anti-oxidants, moisturizing, digestive, anti-tumor, anti-parasites, worm-killing, anti-inflammatory, neuron-protective, anti-vertiginous and anti-allergic qualities. The Ginko Bilboa is also recommended in case of asthma, arteriosclerosis, varicose vein, circulatory disorders, internal parasites, migraine, depression, deficit of memory, diabetes, hemorrhoids, pathologies of retina, chilblains, tinnitus, hepatopathy, skin redness, Raynauld syndrome (caused by cold or emotional sources) phlebopathies, vein thrombosis, bronchial diseases, dementia, different kinds of vasculopathy, psychophysical fatigue, cerebral ischemia, mountain sickness, drop of libido in men and women, intermittent lameness, hemorrhoids, vertigo, buzzing, drop of hearing, lymph insufficiency and cramps. Gingko biloba is available in pills, tablets and liquid extract. This official remedy is recommended to old people and adults, but not to children, pregnant women or women during breast feeding. It is strongly recommended to students, because it improves memory especially at short terms and also the concentration.