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.
Contains important flavonoids, such as quercetin, plus catechins and rutin
One tablet typically provides
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).
Tableted with these natural ingredients:
Natural Lithothamnion calcarea, cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, vegetable stearic acid, zein protein coating.
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.