Ginkgo Biloba, often referred to as simply Ginkgo, is a tree native to China and has been a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine since at least the 15th century . Ginkgo trees are considered to be among the oldest living trees in the world; single trees have been dated and determined to be over a thousand years old . Ginkgo is a living fossil, meaning that its structure is similar to that of extinct species. Ginkgo’s fossil counterpart dates back 270 million years . Today Ginkgo extract is commonly found in cosmetics and varying food recipes.
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How to take
In the Morning With a Meal on a Short-Term Basis
80-120 mg per serving
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2. Royer, D. L., Hickey, L. J., & Wing, S. L. (2003). Ecological conservatism in the “living fossil” Ginkgo. Paleobiology, 29(01), 84-104.