Historically, certain Chinese herbs have been used to support various functions in the body. None of these is more popular than Ginkgo biloba. Ginkgo has been well-researched in many scientific studies for its antioxidant properties and for its effects on the microcirculation. Ginkgo has traditionally been used as an antioxidant, especially for the eye, which is highly susceptible to free radical attack, resulting in thickening of the vessels. It is also used in the maintenance of capillaries, the one-celled vessels responsible for oxygen exchange. Optimal maintenance of the capillaries ensures adequate supply of nutrients to the tissues. Ginkgo helps to support the homeostasis of all microvascular environments.
A herbal formulation standardised to provide potent antioxidant support for the cerebrovascular environment. Helps to support healthy cognitive function and eye health. Ginkgo has been well-researched in many scientific studies for its antioxidant properties and for its effects on the microcirculation. Thus, areas of the body with decreased circulation and increased free radical stress like the brain or the retina may benefit most from the balancing effects of Ginkgo biloba. Ginkgo biloba extract contains two groups of active constituents: the ginkgo flavone glycosides and terpene lactones; the former support antioxidant balance while the latter support microcirculation.