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One of the oldest living tree species. It is found in fossils dating back 270 million years in the Permian period, so in the era of the dinosaurs (Jurassic 213 million years ago) it already existed.
The Ginkgo tree grows up to about 40 metres.
Native to China
The name Ginkgo means silver apricot
Healing properties have been recorded as far back as 2800 b.c in the oldest Chinese Materia Medica.
The Ginkgo tree has been planted since ancient times in Chinese and Japanese temple gardens
It was the sole survivor of the atomic bomb blast in Hiroshima, Japan during the US bombings in 1945. There were four trees that were charred, but survived. they are still said to be alive and flourishing.
In 1923, during the great fire after the earthquake in Tokyo, ginkgo trees were the ones which survived when other trees were burned to the root.
There are no natural diseases that infect the tree and the tree does not seem to have problems with insects either. This may be one of the reasons of its longevity.
The enhancement of memory.
Increasing circulation to the brain and extremities.
Assist with cognitive function, for adults of all ages
Antioxidant- contains a group of bioflavonoids that are responsible for its antioxidant properties.
Anti- inflammatory properties
Liver protective properties.
Alzheimer’s and dementia (prevention and treatment)
Reducing migraine attack frequency
Asthma and lung health