The ancient Ginkgo biloba tree is known today as ‘white fruit’, possibly due to its pale-coloured nuts, which are widely eaten in Asia as both a tasty snack and in savoury and sweet dishes. Its leaves are infused in hot water and then drunk as a tea. Ginkgo tea contains the flavonoids quercetin, catechin and rutin. The Japanese tea ceremony school, Urasenke, uses the Ginkgo leaf as its symbol.
Not suitable if pregnant, taking anti-coagulant drugs, aspirin or ibuprofen. Contains no ginkgotoxin.
Contains important flavonoids, such as quercetin, plus catechins and rutin
120mg Ginkgo biloba guaranteed standardised extract 50:1 providing minimum: 24% ginkgo flavone glycosides, 6% terpene lactones (ginkgolides A, B, C & bilobalides) (equivalent to 6000mg Ginkgo biloba leaves).
Natural Lithothamnion calcarea, cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, vegetable stearic acid, zein
Take 1 tablet a day, with a meal (adults and children over 12 years).
Not suitable if pregnant, taking anti-coagulant drugs, warfarin, asprin or ibuprofen. Not available in Ireland.
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