A natural herb called ginkgo Biloba offers a number of health benefits. In addition, it might help men effectively overcome the symptoms of andropause.
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WHAT IS GINKGO BILOBA?
Ginkgo biloba is a deciduous, medium-sized tree. It belongs to the Ginkgoaceae family. The medicinal tree is the oldest tree species, existing for about 200 million years. Ginkgo biloba is the only tree of its kind in our time, it has no relatives . It is classified in its separate division Ginkgophyta, containing a single class Ginkgoopsida, order Ginkgoales, family Ginkgoaceae, genus Ginkgo. That is why it is sometimes called only Ginkgo, and is better known as Ginkgo biloba. In this aspect, the definition by which it is historically called "living fossil" is interesting .
As time progressed, scientists discovered ginkgo’s usefulness in addressing numerous other health issues such as cognitive impairment, serious brain disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, mental health matters like anxiety and depression, cardiovascular illnesses, vision disturbances and headaches. In more recent times, however, the supplement has been lauded for its effectiveness in alleviating the manifestations associated with andropause.
The Link Between Ginkgo and Andropause
The supplement is said to alleviate or potentially eliminate certain andropause-related manifestations.
Researchers suggest that gingko can be particularly effective in helping men overcome erectile dysfunction. The supplement is widely praised for its ability to improve systemic blood circulation. Improved circulation is vital to helping men achieve and maintain erections. Researchers believe gingko is so efficient in achieving this aim because it stimulates bodily release of nitric oxide, which dilates blood vessels.
Usable part of ginkgo biloba
The leaf mass of the plant is used.
Chemical composition of ginkgo biloba
The following substances have been isolated from the herb
- biflavonyls (glinketin, etc.);
- ginkgolic acid;
- vitamins P and C;
Medicinal properties and application of ginkgo biloba
Action of ginkgo biloba
- stimulates blood circulation and hemorrhage;
- improves cerebral blood supply;
- improves the functions of the central nervous system;
- suppresses arteriosclerotic processes in the circulatory system;
- improves memory;
- stimulates the brain;
- lowers cholesterol;
- participates in the regulation of energy metabolism;
- eliminate free radicals;
- protects cells from destruction, degeneration;
- protects against colitis.
Direct action of ginkgo biloba on the circulatory system
- improves irrigation of the brain and limbs;
- improves the structure and increases the stability of capillaries;
- reduces the permeability of capillaries;
- counteracts platelet aggregation;
- enhances the tone of venous blood vessels;
- maintains the elasticity of blood vessels.
Ginkgo extract effectively affects an individual's memory and slows down the aging of the brain . It also contains a toxic ingredient - ginkgolic acid. Its presence in the extract is inevitable, it is important that its concentration does not exceed the safe dose . Do not consume products that contain more than 5 ppm ginkolic acid. It damages DNA, creates preconditions for the development of cancer, disrupts the functions of the immune system.
It is part of drops, tablets, capsules, extracts and alcohol extracts. Salt-treated seeds are used for food, but only in some countries. In China, they are considered an aphrodisiac.
Other Conditions and diseases using ginkgo biloba :
glaucoma, eczema, stress, fatigue, dizziness, memory improvement, tinnitus, senile dementia, Alzheimer's disease, impotence, cardiac arrhythmia, peripheral vascular disorders, depression, fatigue, apathy, asthma, allergies, insomnia, circulatory and circulatory disorders, in order to improve attention, concentration and memory. Ginkgo intake has a good effect on migraine, diabetic peripheral disease, post-stroke conditions , Raynaud's syndrome, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, anaphylactic shock, inflammatory allergic reactions, trophic ulcers, for the treatment of peripheral and cerebral arterial disorders. Restores visual, auditory and functional functions in the individual, which decrease with age.
Very good results have been found in the combined use of ginkgo, golden chia and aloe vera, in sterility and impotence . It is used preventively in Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and atherosclerosis.
Diabetes should be taken under medical supervision. Concomitant use of ginkgo biloba with aspirin or ibuprofen may enhance their anticoagulant properties.
In Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis, it is debatable whether ginkgo biloba helps.
How to use
infusion - 5-6 leaves of the herb are soaked in 300 milliliters of hot water for 1 hour. The liquid is filtered and taken in a dose of 100 milliliters before meals, 3 times a day.
Do not take ginkgo biloba in conditions of headache, stomach discomfort, nausea, diarrhea, circulatory disorders, low blood pressure. Avoid the combined use of ginkgo and anticoagulants. Other medications with which the herb should not be combined are antidepressants, anticonvulsants, alprazolam, antipsychotics, MAO inhibitors.
Do not use by children with allergies to the plant, as well as during pregnancy and lactation.
Stop taking the herb at least two weeks before surgery to prevent bleeding.
If you are allergic to cashews and mangoes, do not use ginkgo biloba.
Side effects with the use of ginkgo biloba : danger of bleeding, insomnia, impaired metabolism, digestive problems, vomiting, diarrhea, allergic reactions with attacks of suffocation.