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Ginkgo Biloba + Ginseng

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Ginkgo Biloba is a plant originating in Asia that was used in ancient Chinese medicine. Usually, the herb's leaves are used, but the seeds are shown to have the highest efficacy. Ginkgo contains numerous flavonoids and terpenoids, which promote blood flow in the body and brain. 

Together with Gingko, Ginseng plays a vital role in boosting the body’s immune system - helping combat cold and flu symptoms. Ginseng also provides energy to the body through compounds known as ginsenosides.

Ingredients: Red Panax Ginseng Extract (Standardized to 7% Ginsenosides)(stem)(leaf), Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Powder, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf 24% Flavones, Vegetable Cellulose, Vegetable Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.

Manufacturer Country: USA

Product Amount: 60 caps

Gross Weight: 0.25lb (133g)

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take two (2) capsules before bedtime or as directed by your healthcare professional.

Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if the safety seal is damaged or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.

The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Benefits of GinkoBiloba+Ginseng

1. Improves Brain Function

In some people, their brain function might be taking a severe damage without even noticed. Because, the health of the brain itself cannot be describe by its condition. Brain malfunction is not literally caused you any pain. You might feel all healthy but inside, your brain already in their broken state. It is dangerous and unnoticeable.

For some disease, you might begin to feel that your brain is not in it best conditions. Alzheimer and long or short term memory is one of the prove that your brain already in their severe conditions. Combinations of ginseng and ginkgo biloba helps treat ADHD or symptoms begin from childhood of difficulty in paying attention or controlling their impulsive behavior.

2. Reduces Stress

Ginseng in some amount can reduce your stress. It is calming your nerves and contained with anti – stress properties. Also read: Health Benefits of Popping Bubble Wrap to Reduce Stress

3. Cures Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction or impotence is a type of sexual dysfunction characterized from inability of a man by developing or maintaining his erection of the penis during sexual activity. Ginseng and ginkgo biloba is used as cures of erectile dysfunction. It is stimulate your senses of sexual desire and prolong your long – lasting ability in sex.

4. Improves Lung Function

Ginseng and ginkgo biloba has an effect of reducing bacteria inside your lung. It clears your lung and improve your digestive system.

5. Immune System Booster

The improvement of cell function is related in boosting your immune system. Immune system characteristics health benefits for our health is that, it is the best defense for resist and fight disease and infection. Ginseng and Ginkgo biloba can be used as fever cure also for its symptoms such as flu and cold. American ginseng stimulates your immune system by increase the amount of white blood cells (leukocytes) in your blood. 

6. Relieves Menopause Symptoms

Menopause symptoms can be describe as a mood swing, anxiety depressive, vaginal dryness, decreased in sex drive. Another symptoms such as insomnia weight gain and thinning in hair. Ginseng and ginkgo biloba not only good for men’s fertility, it is also benefits for women in relieving their menopause symptoms. Also read: Health Benefits of Asian Ginseng

7. Improves your Heart Function

Heart is one of the only part of our body that always work 24 hours each day. It is the human living characteristic that cannot be excluded. Ginseng and ginkgo biloba antioxidant qualities improves your heart by reducing its cholesterol in your blood circulation system. Ginseng and ginkgo biloba also plays a significant role for the growth of HDL or good cholesterol at the same time.

Here are more health benefits of ginseng and ginkgo biloba:

  1. Anti Inflammatory
  2. Weight Loss
  3. Lowers Blood Sugar
  4. Prevent Cancer

Cautions in Using Ginseng and Ginkgo Biloba

Ginseng and ginkgo biloba is effecting your neural systems. It stimulates your nervousness system and might cause you insomnia. Long term use of ginseng and ginkgo biloba may cause headache, dizziness and stomachache. Furthermore, a long term use of ginseng and ginkgo biloba for women, might effecting their menstrual period.

It is not recommended for children and pregnant moms or breast feeding. For diabetic patients, please consult your doctor before taking ginseng and ginkgo biloba as something you should eat. Because their effect in changing your blood circulation system and your blood sugar levels might cause any contraindication with any medication you take.


Efficacy and adverse effects of ginkgo biloba for cognitive impairment and dementia: a systematic review and meta-analysis


Background: Research into Ginkgo biloba has been ongoing for many years, while the benefit and adverse effects of Ginkgo biloba extract EGb761 for cognitive impairment and dementia has been discussed controversially.

Objective: To discuss new evidence on the clinical and adverse effects of standardized Ginkgo biloba extract EGb761 for cognitive impairment and dementia.

Methods: MEDLINE, EMBASE, Cochrane, and other relevant databases were searched in March 2014 for eligible randomized controlled trials of Ginkgo biloba EGb761 therapy in patients with cognitive impairment and dementia.

Results: Nine trials met our inclusion criteria. Trials were of 22-26 weeks duration and included 2,561 patients in total. In the meta-analysis, the weighted mean differences in change scores for cognition were in favor of EGb761 compared to placebo (-2.86, 95%CI -3.18; -2.54); the standardized mean differences in change scores for activities in daily living (ADLs) were also in favor of EGb761 compared to placebo (-0.36, 95%CI -0.44; -0.28); Peto OR showed a statistically significant difference from placebo for Clinicians' Global Impression of Change (CGIC) scale (1.88, 95%CI 1.54; 2.29). All these benefits are mainly associated with EGb761 at a dose of 240 mg/day. For subgroup analysis in patients with neuropsychiatric symptoms, 240 mg/day EGb761 improved cognitive function, ADLs, CGIC, and also neuropsychiatric symptoms with statistical superiority than for the whole group. For the Alzheimer's disease subgroup, the main outcomes were almost the same as the whole group of patients with no statistical superiority. Finally, safety data revealed no important safety concerns with EGb761.

Conclusions: EGb761 at 240 mg/day is able to stabilize or slow decline in cognition, function, behavior, and global change at 22-26 weeks in cognitive impairment and dementia, especially for patients with neuropsychiatric symptoms.

Potential effets of ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba, L.) on female reproduction


This minireview will briefly outline the basic knowledge concerning the provenance, biological active constituents of ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba, L.) and its general health effects. Ginkgo has been shown to affect female reproductive functions: it can affect ovarian folliculo- and oogenesis, embryogenesis, promote ovarian granulosa cell apoptosis, reduce their proliferation and the release of ovarian hormones. Usually, ginkgo extract mainly suppresses, but its constituents like amifostine, leuprorelin, quercetin and kaempherol can promote ovarian functions. This may indicate the existence of anti-reproductive ginkgo constituent(s), such as ginkgolide B and allopregnenolone which, like ginkgo extract, can promote ovarian cell apoptosis and suppress ovarian follicullogenesis and oogenesis. Ginkgo effects could be mediated by an action on brain functions, ovarian steroidogenesis, oxidative processes, intracellular regulators of ovarian cell proliferation and apoptosis and GABA receptors. Ginkgo and its molecules, ginkgolide B and allopregnenolone can be useful for prevention and treatment of reproduction-related disorders like ovarian cancer, ovarian ischemia and menopausal syndrome. On the other hand, its constituents amifostine, leuprorelin, quercetin and kaempherol could be potentially applicable as biostimulators of female reproductive processes in human and veterinary medicine and animal production. Nevertheless, application of ginkgo is still limited by insufficient or contradictory knowledge concerning its active constituents, characters, targets and mediators of its action and their functional interrelationships. Impact of ginkgo action on reproductive organs other than ovaries remains largely unknown. Addressing these issues with proper animal and clinical studies could help to understand the distinct efficacy and consequences of medical application of ginkgo.

Effects of Ginkgo biloba intake on cardiometabolic parameters in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials


Ginkgo biloba (GKB) may have a beneficial effect on cardiometabolic parameters in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), but the data is inconsistent. Therefore, the current systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials was conducted to assess the influence of GKB on cardiometabolic parameters in T2DM. Several online databases such as PubMed, Embase, Scopus, Web of Sciences, Google Scholar and Cochrane Library were systematically searched from inception up to September 2, 2019. Heterogeneity across included studies was assessed using the Cochran's Q statistic and I2 index. To pool weighted mean differences (WMDs) and the corresponding 95% confidence intervals (CIs) as summary effect size, we selected fixed or random-effects model according to the result of heterogeneity. Seven studies comprising 768 subjects were included in the present meta-analysis which resulted in a significant effect of GKB on hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) (WMD = 0.26, 95% CI = [0.02, 0.50], p = .034) and serum HDL-cholesterol levels (WMD = 1.99, 95% CI = [0.19, 3.79], p = .030) with no significant publication bias. GKB can significantly modulate HbA1c and HDL-cholesterol levels. However, due to uncertainties related to the limited number of studies, it is too early to conclude whether GKB has any potential effects on the cardiometabolic factors in patients with T2DM or not.

Efficacy and Safety of Ginkgo biloba in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis


Ginkgo biloba and its extract have been suggested to have a neuroprotective role in patients with acute ischemic stroke. We aimed to examine the efficacy and safety of Ginkgo biloba use in patients with acute ischemic stroke. We searched seven databases for randomized controlled studies examining the use of Ginkgo biloba in patients with acute ischemic stroke. Relevant studies were retrieved, screened, and data were extracted independently by two reviewers. Random effects meta-analyses were performed to evaluate the efficacy and safety outcomes of Ginkgo biloba. We subsequently assessed the certainty of evidence using the GRADE (Grading of Recommendation Assessment, Development and Evaluation) methodology. We found 12 randomized controlled studies enrolling 1466 patients. Pooled results suggest that Ginkgo biloba use was associated with an improvement in neurological function among individuals with AIS with a reduction of 2.87 points on the National Institute of Health Stroke Scale score (95% CI: −4.01-4.01-−1.74-1.74, p<0.001�<0.001). Ginkgo biloba use was also associated with an improvement in activities of daily living and functional outcome (Mean Difference: 9.52; 4.66-14.33, p<0.001�<0.001). Subgroup analysis suggest that the impact was larger when using an injectable formulation of Ginkgo biloba compared to the oral formulation. There was no apparent impact of Ginkgo biloba use on all-cause mortality (Risk ratio (RR): 1.21; 0.29-5.09, p=0.80�=0.80) or cerebrovascular bleeding (RR: 0.82; 0.43-1.57, p=0.55�=0.55). There was limited evidence on to support the use of gingko biloba in terms of improving quality of life and other stroke events. As such, more studies are needed before it can be recommended for routine use in improving neurological and cognitive function in patients with acute ischemic stroke.

Ginkgo biloba on focal cerebral ischemia: a systematic review and meta-analysis


Gingko biloba extract (EGB) has been used in traditional medicines for centuries, and although its application to cerebral ischemia has been of great interest in recent years, high quality evidence-based clinical trials have not been carried out. This systematic review and meta-analysis aimed to examine the neuroprotective effect of EGB on focal cerebral ischemia in animal models. A systematic literature search was performed using five databases spanning January 1980-July 2013. The outcome was assessed using the effect size, which was based on infarct size and/or neurological score. A total of 42 studies with 1,232 experimental animals matched our inclusion criteria. The results revealed that EGB improved the effect size by 34% compared to the control group. The animal species, the method and time to measure outcome, and the route and dosage of EGB administration affected the variability of the effect size. Mechanisms of EGB neuroprotection were reported as anti-apoptotic, anti-oxidative, and anti-inflammatory. In conclusion, EGB exerts a significant protective effect on experimental focal cerebral ischemia. However, possible experimental bias should be taken into account in future clinical studies.

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