Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Ginko Biloba and Alzheimer' Disease – Alzheimer's 21

Ginko Biloba tablets

Ginko Biloba is Native tree of China. It is a kind of ancient tree. This tree is also known as maidenhair tree.

Chinese people are familiar with all benefit of this tree. The leaves and seeds are extracted and consumed to get some benefit of it.

The extract can be formed in pill, capsule, or powder. Normally Chinese people prefer in powder form, and they take the powder by mixed in hot drinks, just water, tea, or coffee.

They believe Ginko able to give cognitive sharpness and boost memory. Lately, the claim about the benefits in Ginko Biloba extract are wider.

Ginko Biloba is not only best to acuteness memory and to prevent forgetfulness (dementia and Alzheimer), but also based on its active ingredients, Ginko Biloba has a potent anti-oxidant. 


Supplement facts of Ginko Biloba

So this extract plays role to defense our body from free radical and to prevent our body from cancerous.

It also contains anti-inflammatory agent that can prevent from any inflammation, including myocardial infarction.

The compound in Ginko Biloba able to increase nitric oxide. It causes the dilation of blood vessels that increase the blood flow.

Here, in the US, Ginko Biloba is the top rank, best selling of dietary supplements.

The National Toxicology Program (NTP) studies Ginko extract to get to know the effect of long-term using Ginko Biloba extract.

The primary study by using mice and rat shown the mice intake Ginko have up to 105 weeks and the mice have increased liver cancer and thyroid gland cancer.

Even the study is in rodents, but it is possible work the same in human. Better take it as a consideration.

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    1. The claims are promising but being wary about supplements. The claims are not all scientifically valid.

      The NTP (National toxicology Program) reports that this extract has carcinogenic effects.

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  2. Really? Ginko increased liver caner and thyroid gland caner?

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    1. Yes Angie.
      The last report from the National Toxicology Program (NTP)is the extract can cause cancer.
      Then, the consumer agency force FDA to ban this extract, but seems this fact is not strong enough to ban.

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  3. And I'm a doubting Thomas ...
    I don't believe in the so-called 'Chinese medicine'. I had someone in the family who had cancer and this "medicine" has not helped!
    Sorry I'm Thomas!
    I don't want "to crack" your article, Evi ... I'm talking about my own experience!
    Hugs!

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    1. Your comment "support" my article instead of "crack" it :)
      I think you missed the last two sentences in this article. From all their claims about benefits, I also mentioned the last report from the NTP that this extract can cause cancer.
      Hugs!

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  4. Hello dahling!I have never heard of this remedy but worth a try for the cause of Altzheimer!
    Keep well and smiling:)

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    1. Be careful to take any supplements, Anita :)

      My pretty smile for you :))

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  5. My gran used this for her memory in the 90s. They were using it back then!

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  6. Me había hecho ilusiones con este producto al saber que era beneficiosos para la memoria y para el envejecimiento, pero, al leer (si no es problema de traducción) que los ratones con los que hicieron el estudio, contrajeron cáncer de hígado y de glándulas tiroides, se me han quitado las ganas de comprarlo, aunque tengo mis dudas si se vende en España.
    Un saludo, amiga Evi.

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    1. That is true, the NTP report that the extract have carcinogenic (the cause of cancer)
      Thanks Manuel!

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  7. I will inform myself, Evi. Very interesting information. I don't know if here in Argentina you get it. At least I still heard nothing. But thank you very much, friend, Huge contribution.

    Hugs even more huge.

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    1. Thank you Carlos, just be careful to take any supplements.

      Huge hugs.

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  8. Grazie per queste informazioni così utili, ciao Evi, buona serata.
    sinforosa

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  10. Interesting post
    Thanks for share
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  11. Oh this is good to look in to. I designed and did all photo research on a magazine about Alzheimers and did come across this. Good to know!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  12. Thanks for the information
    Xoxo ♡

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  13. Ótima informação,adorei👏👏👏
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  14. Una información interesante. Un beso.

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  15. I remember hearing it was good for memory but I do not know of anyone who tried it.

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  16. Uy gracias por la información. Lo tendré en cuenta te mando un beso

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  17. I used Ginkgo Biloba pills a time ago
    Thanks for share this information
    xx

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  18. Hi, Evi! I see Ginko Biloba helps to improve memory! It's great! Have a happy week!

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  19. Un articolo intenso, e interessante, che ho molto apprezzato.
    Un caro saluto,silvia

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  20. Wonderful photos and interesting post dear!
    Have a lovely day! Dilek 

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  21. The product is impressive what I find in it.

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  22. Really interesting!Have a lovely day☺

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  23. Una diferencia básica en los complementos alimenticos, como el Gynco, está en su calidad. Ni un Gynco es igual que otro, ni un Ácido Ascórbico (Vitamina C) es igual que otro, ni...

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  24. Evi,
    Tomara que seja mesmo.
    Precisamos de bons e eficazes
    medicamentos.
    Bjins de 5a feira,
    CatiahoAlc./Reflexod'Alma
    entre sonhos e delírios

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  25. Está bien investigar para mejorar enfermedades, segun leo este produce malos efectos secundarios.
    Gracias por la información Evi.
    Un abrazo.

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  26. Interestingo post. Have a nice day :-)

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  27. Very interesting, Evi. I'll take any research I can get into this frightening and sad disease.

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  28. Genial!! A ver si funciona bien y puede mejorar la enfermedad. Un beso y feliz tarde ❤️❤️❤

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  29. Thanks for the tip. i am going to order some today. Have a great week.

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  30. Important information for this serious Alzheimer's disease.
    I have taken good note, Evi.
    Thank you so much for sharing it.

    Have a happy Thursday!

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  31. I heard that Ginko B is good by heart ☺
    Regards
    Lili

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  32. I heard Ginko is great for health, so I'm surprised to learn that it causec cancer in rodens. Definitely something worth knowing!

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  33. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing ) 

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  34. Hello
    Thanks for the info, I'm skeptical about natural supplements.
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  35. Los años pasan y las enfermedades nos dominan

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  36. Wow! I had no idea about it and I think it's an amazing product, I'm going to try it for sure

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  37. So great that supplements like these exist.

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  38. Muy interesante Evi, mi suegra tiene esa enfermedad pero que aun no toma nada que no le receten los médicos. Me informare por si piensan darle algo extra. Saludos amiga

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  39. la verdad es que nunca he probado este producto

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  40. Questa bevanda la conosco e ogni tanto la compro , mi piace.
    Serena giornata a te.

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  41. I had no idea about anything that you wrote here. I know ginko only as a plant

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  42. Thanks for sharing, very interesting info :)

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  43. Nie kojarze tego produktu w Polsce. Chyba nie jest popularny

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  44. Interessing. Never heard about this, thanks :)

    Happy Weekend

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  45. I eat gingko nuts. I have not tried gingko biloba.

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  46. Evi, your post is very interesting.
    This product is not in my country.
    Greetings.

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  47. saya pernah konsumsi bermacam herbal termasuk ginko biloba tapi memang belum ada penelitian resmi tentang efeknya

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  48. I used to take Gingko when I was in college and writing lots of papers and doing lots of mental work. I forgot about , but sounds like I could use some now in my 60's . Great post .. thanks

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  49. Thank you for visit my blog, I'm following you, happy week

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  50. I've heard of ginkgo before but never tried any ginkgo products

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  51. thank you for wonderful informative sharing my friend

    china seems to have world 's most oldest ways of treatment according to my poor knowledge
    this one also sound worth trying

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  52. Estava a par dos efeitos benéficos deste produto natural... mas não de tais efeitos colaterais!...
    Enfim! Hoje em dia, já nem sei o que pensar de muitos estudos que se fazem... numa semana, estudos apontam para os grandes benefícios do café, para na semana seguinte dizerem que faz o pior possível... para no mês seguinte ser outra vez altamente benéfico... o mesmo se aplica ao chocolate... apenas dois pequenos exemplos...
    Depois ocorre-me que em paralelo a alguns destes estudos... há uma bolsa de mercados a funcionar... e isso... acaba por reorientar muitas tendências... e conclusões, a vários níveis!...
    Mais uma publicação, super interessante, por aqui!
    Beijinhos
    Ana

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  53. Great important post, where you make the main focus, really makes me happy for its necessary of importance.

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