Gingko Biloba (Fructus Benedictus)

Gingko Biloba (Fructus Benedictus)

(Maidenhair Tree)

Description

A large, deciduous tree which at one stage was thought to be extinct in the wild but does still grow in areas of Eastern China. 

Properties and Uses

Is said to help increase circulation to the brainand therefore be useful for memory loss. Also said to stimulate nerve cell activity and be beneficial for people who suffer from cold hands and feet.

 

History

Gingko is the oldest surviving species of tree traced back around 300 million years. The seeds were originally used as a food source and the Chinese began using gingko medicinally in the 1400's.

 



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