Brain function booster – Ginkgo Biloba


Also known as the “maidenhair” tree, it blooms only at night and sheds its blossoms immediately.  Its fruit is said to stink of rancid butter.  And it is a survivor.  The ginkgo is often referred to as a “living fossil.” The term was coined by Charles Darwin and refers to a living species that has no close living relatives.  The ginkgo species dates back over 270 million years to the era of dinosaurs. That is all the more amazing when you realize that the average plant species may survive only a few million years.  

Based from DRAXE.COM, these are the top benefits of Ginkgo Biloba. 
1. Increases concentration 
Many of the brain-boosting ginkgo biloba benefits rest on the fact that it's an effective anti-inflammatory, increases antioxidant activity, lowers oxidative stress and improves circulation - all important factors for maintaining cognitive health. 

2. Reduces risk for dementia an Alzheimer's 
  Ginkgo can help improve cognitive performance and memory in both older and younger adults but might be especially useful for age-related mental decline. 

3. Helps fight anxiety and depression 
   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. 
 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. 

5. Helps maintain vision and eye health 
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 lowing UV damage or oxidative stress to eye tissue. 
  
6. Helps treat headaches and migraines 
  The amazing benefits that ginkgo has on our stress and fatigue goes hand in hand with its ability to lessen headache tension. 
  
7. Lowers symptoms of asthma 

  Because it lowers inflammation, improves antioxidant activity and has positive effects on nerve functioning, people have reported less trouble breathing when taking ginkgo. 


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