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  • noun

Synonyms for ginkgo

deciduous dioecious Chinese tree having fan-shaped leaves and fleshy yellow seeds

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1406 of the trial participants took gingko biloba extract twice a day, and 1414 were dosed with placebo.
Evidence that Gingko biloba extract does not inhibit MAO A and B in living human brain.
Extracts from the Gingko biloba plant (GBE) have been used clinically in the treatment of age-associated decline.
The best known way is by using the herbal remedy Gingko Biloba, which has a host of beneficial properties.
The evidence that Gingko biloba enhances cognition in healthy adults is not strong, consistent, or reliable, Dr.
THE Gingko Biloba tree has survived about 200 million years and has remained basically unchanged.
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a) Gingko biloba may help improve positive symptoms of treatment resistant schizophrenia.
I would eat gingko biloba so I could be focused and perceptive.
An antioxidant plant-based supplement containing a metabolic-boosting recipe of kelp, gingko biloba, sweet clover, and grape seed.
John's Wort and Gingko Biloba, unless such herbals are combined with vitamins in a "chew," effervescent, spray, pill or liquid format (e.
Gingko biloba: extracted from the Gingko tree native to Southeast Asia, gingko biloba has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries.