gingko


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  • noun

Synonyms for gingko

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.
Therapeutic Value of Gingko biloba in reducing symptoms of decline in mental function.
Hayley Keightley's sprinter gets the call, but Gingko and Express Comet will not be easily beaten.
A shop-worker told our undercover reporter health shops are not allowed to sell Gingko in tablet form.
The gingko trees are no more--cut by the developer to whom the property was sold when the national office moved to its new quarters on 80 Hayden St.
Gingko is also known for its antioxidant value; small doses of ginkgo extract can be found in many vitamin and mineral supplements.
Some of my favorite specimens for painting include lambs ear, lotus root sections (from our local Asian grocer), gingko, sycamore, the gills of mushrooms, the heads of composite flowers like daisies or feverfew, the center ribs of magnolia leaves, and many more.
I'M 60 and have been taking gingko biloba for the last two years.
This experiment evaluated the haemostatic effects of varying doses of Gingko biloba extract alone and in combination with Coumadin, an anticoagulant affecting g-carboxylation of the plasma coagulation proteins in Mus musculus.
Half the volunteers were then given gingko biloba for six weeks while the other half had a placebo.
Studies have found that ingesting gingko extract yields modest improvement, at best, in remembering and manipulating new information, say psychologist Paul E.
Intracerebral hemorrhage has been reported in patients taking ginkgo and warfarin, and hyphema has been reported in patients taking gingko with aspirin.
The best known way is by using the herbal remedy Gingko Biloba, which has a host of beneficial properties.
CoQ10, L-Tyrosine, Antioxidant Formula, Siberian Ginseng, Gingko Biloba and St.
As required by the Agreement and Plan of Merger dated June 29, 2003, by and among Gingko Corporation, Gingko Acquisition Corp.