Other names: Abricot Argenté Japonais, Adiantifolia, Arbre aux Écus, Arbre aux Quarante Écus, Arbre du Ciel, Arbre Fossile, Bai Guo Ye, Baiguo, Japanese Silver Apricot, Kew Tree, Maidenhair Tree, Noyer du Japon, Pei Go Su Ye, Salisburia Adiantifolia, Yen Xing, Yinhsing, Miłorząb Japoński, Miłorząb Dwuklapowy, Neidonhiuspuu, Hõlmikpuu, Jinan Dvoulaločný, Arbol de los Cuarenta Escudos, Páfrányfenyő, τζίνκο μπιλόμπα, Tempeltræ, Divdaivu Ginks, Ginko, Dvokrpi Ginkovec
Ginkgo is native to China. It is the only living representative of the order Ginkgoales, more than 250 million years old. It contains flavonol and flavone glycosides, lactone derivatives (ginkgolides), bilobalide, ascorbic acid, catechin, iron-based superoxide, 6-hydroxykinuretic acid, protocatechuic acid, shikimic acid, sterols, and vanilic acid.
Ginkgo may be beneficial for memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, asthma, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, PMS, cancer, heart disease, poor circulation, stroke, migraine, anxiety, stress, erectile dysfunction, and to improve vision.
Compliance: food or food ingredient, cosmetics ingredient
Compliance varies from country to country. There is no harmonized botanical list of allowed botanicals in food or food supplements for all EU countries. Compliance for cosmetic ingredients is harmonized in EU.
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These claims have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.