Read About Ginkgo, And The Different Diseases it Helps ..

Ginkgo and many other herbs have been used for thousands of years for their medicinal value. The fan shaped leaves of the ginkyo tree have many healing properties.

Although we're a headache site, we think many will benefit from learning about herbs and the role they play in fighting diseases.

Each page clicked on at the end of this page will go to another about the many different herbs and the aliments and diseases they're used for.

They may cover something that's bothering you without resorting to prescription medicines.

Herbs have been highly regarded by the Chinese for thousands of years for fighting various illnesses. Ginkyo leaves as its pronounced by some, are also used as a tea. 

Ginkgo is effective for the following.

  • It fights vascular diseases and improves circulation, especially to the lower legs and feet and also to the brain. 
  • It may improve memory and concentration. 

Other benefits of ginkyo are:

  • Its used to treat Alzheimer's disease. It alleviates anxiety, short term memory loss, depression, inability to concentrate, and confusion when taken in the early stages. 
  • Used for Glaucoma. Take 40 Mg to 80 Mg three times a day of extract to reduce intraocular pressure. If it works it's much less expensive than using eye drops. 
  • Used for heart attack and cardiovascular disease by dilating the blood vessels and improves overall circulation. Use a commercial product and follow directions.
  •  Ginkgo helps improve blood flow to the penis, which can help combat impotence.
  • Gingko reduces the risk of developing macular degeneration, which is a serious eye disorder in which the macula, a tiny portion of the retina in the back of the eye is damaged, causing blindness in the central vision while leaving peripheral vision intact. 

This disease is caused by various factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, atherosclerosis, and heart disease.

Ginkyo contains various bioflavonoids, including two that appear to be the plants healing compounds. They are called quercetin and flavoglycosides. 

Possible side effects of ginkgo.

While taking this herb if you experience the following, consult your health care practitioner and determine if you should stop or reduce taking.

  • Restlessness  
  • Irritability  
  • Vomiting  
  • Diarrhea  
  • Nausea

Possible interactions while taking ginkyo.  

  • Ginkgo may increase the effect of blood thinning drugs such as Coumadin. 

While some doctors scoff at using herbs instead of conventional medicines for diseases, we know that headache specialist often recommend certain ones for migraines, such as feverfew, butterbur, and ginger just to name a few.

If you suffer with certain diseases, we suggest, along with your Doctor, to try the herbs that are recommended for that particular aliment.

Be careful if taking prescription medicine because along with herbs they may work to well. For instance, if a diabetic takes medicine to keep his/her sugar under control, then starts taking cinnamon, he/she could encounter blood sugar to low. So do be careful, and research anything you take.

Thanks so much for reading, we hope this helped you know more about Ginkgo and what it's used for.

Our home page from Ginkgo. Our next page is info about one of the best known herbs called Garlic, and what this herb can help with. 

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