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Whether it is fluoride, GMOs, heavy metals or severe intestinal issues, there is no shortage of things causing our noggin problems. Aside from cleaning up your lifestyle, here are four herbs that can crank up your brain function. Ginkgo biloba The
A crew from The Tree Man used Ginkgo trees to replace some of the 59 ash trees removed from Lexington's downtown Vine Street Monday, April 5. The ash trees were about 17-years-old, near the end of the life span for trees used in such conditions.
It was a variety that is known for its golden orange color in fall. I live in Arden Park, with clay soil, but I did dig a good-sized hole and used good soil and compost mix. I dug down deep in the soil; it was not real wet, but on wet side...I am
This fall, the fan-shaped leaves of the ginkgo tree will turn a golden yellow, and in the silence of the night, the tree will offer a little arboreal tremor and drop its entire canopy in a total release of its unique and primal foliage. The
Over a long period of time, ginkgo biloba has developed a well deserved reputation for its main health benefits associated with improved blood circulation in the body and especially in the brain. Many health practitioners have recognized the
Stock Millions of Americans take ginkgo biloba supplements to boost memory and prevent dementia . Studies have never found any solid evidence that ginkgo does any such thing, but it did not seem to be doing much harm. But last month, scientists
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The leaf of the Ginkgo biloba tree, also known as the Maidenhair tree, has been used around the world, particularly in Asia, for thousands of years to improve mental functions and treat other conditions. Native to China, this large tree, normally
Ginkgo biloba is an herb that has been used for thousands of years for various treatments. Studies have recently focused on the leaf's memory-enhancing effects for the treatment of Alzheimer's, although there have been conflicting results.
In the randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trial, 2,854 men and women age 70 or older who had memory complaints received either 120 milligrams of ginkgo biloba extract twice a day or placebo. After five years, investigators used standard