Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture (Gingko Biloba)
Ancient fossilized leaves dating 270 million years old have been discovered of this nutrient dense Gingko Biloba tree which has been analyzed for effects on cognition, cardiovascular, enhancing blood flow ~
- Acute Altitude Sickness
- Anti-tumor properties
- Enhances blood flow (vasotropic)
- Improve cognitive function
- Some studies suggest improvement in tinnitus symptoms
- Neuroprotective agent
- Support Creative Flow
- Studied for effects in Dementia
Aromatic Scent (Pure Ultrasonic Extract): Mossy Hay, Mild and Soft.
Flavor Profile (Tincture): Light Green, Earthy and Mild.
Dr. Nick Notes
Gingko Biloba (aka Maidenhair Tree) is an exciting plant which I first discovered when I was in my early 20s. When I went for a 3 week travel through Japan, I harvested a bag full of fresh leaves from this gigantic, historic tree which I dried out and gnawed on for several years. I remember enjoying fresh leaves from the tree and ate the leaves daily - my experience found a saturation point with Gingko where after eating a fair amount, I would experience increased pressure in my head / that developed into moderate headaches. There is a sweet spot with dosage to honour with this plant!
Gingko has been well-studied with over 4,000 studies in the literature found on PubMed.gov and over 10,000 links via Google Scholar (May 13th, 2020). Gingko has been evaluated for heart health, cognitive function, supportive use in various cancer types. Many of these studies have been evaluating a standardized Gingko Biloba Extract. A fair note the standardized GBE will be different in terms of dosing / possible constituents / ratios of compounds when compared to our Ultrasonic Extract Tincture, though I extrapolate the data of results may have similar results to our product / extract.
Gingko Biloba has been evaluated in a review and found 8 studies where Gingko Biloba & Extract have aided different populations with symptoms of tinnitus. Gingko Biloba was evaluated as a pretreatment with maintenance use to aid with acute altitude sickness and aid the body’s adjustment to abrupt / differing levels of oxygen, in participants without prior experience with high altitudes, with success in a small study.
The GB leaf has been shown in some studies to improve cognitive function, and possibly help prevent progression of dementia symptoms or memory problems related to Alzheimer's. Gingko Biloba has also been shown to enhance blood flow to the brain, support clogged arteries and other minor pains associated with circulation. Increased blood circulation may also be the mechanism relating to some noted improvement of hemorrhoids in the literature with Gingko use.
Our Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture is a powerful extract from this plant and should be avoided in certain populations or risk factors. With anti-platelet properties, those who have issues with clotting or scheduled for a surgery should avoid Gingko. Notable and likely clinically significant drug interactions using Gingko Biloba include antiplatelet drugs, certain SSRIs & statins - definitely connect with a health-care professional if you are using other pharmaceuticals before exploring this tincture!
Gingko Biloba (aka Maidenhair Tree) leaves have been found fossilized dating back to 270 million years old ~ This species has continued to thrive on the planet as an adaptative tree providing food, medicine to other creatures throughout the ages. Using our Ultrasonic Extraction Methods we hope to use modern day technology to enhance the quality and experience of life.
Our Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture is a rich and bioavailable concentrate artisanally blended with a host of other minerals, Structured Spring Water, Organic Craft Spirits (Orange) and most recently enhanced with the patented Champion Water-Soluble C60! Get ready for a whole new level of brilliance in a bottle with our Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture ~ In-Joy!
How to Use
We find for our Ultrasonic Extracts, sublingual absorption held for 30-60 seconds, leads to better subjective absorption / effects. Our team really enjoys Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture is phenomenal paired with another well-studied neuro-enhancing mushroom Lion’s Mane.
Try Cycling Usage as Follows (Max): 5 Days On, 2 Days Off ~ 6 Weeks On, 1 Week Off ~ 6 Months On, 1 Month Off.
Here’s How We In-Joy Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture:
- Consider using ½ dropperful – 1 dropperful taken sublingually 30-60 minutes first thing in the waking hours to amplify your cognition.
- Infuse ¼ dropperful into our tea to give our morning tonic a boost.
- Used once daily when we choose to have a cognitive lift.
Do not use if you have a known allergy to Gingko Biloba. May enhance blood flow, do not consume if you have any blood clotting conditions. Stop or reduce dose if you experience headaches. Gingko Biloba may interact with other pharmaceutical drugs - speak with your Doctor or Pharmacist about potential interactions.
Ultrasonic Gingko Biloba Tincture is not well-studied for short-term or long-term consumption. Avoid usage in pregnancy or during lactation, Gingko Biloba may affect body’s natural clotting ability ~ Clinical drug-drug interactions may occur with anticoagulants and other pharmaceutical drugs - speak with your Doctor / Pharmacist first.
This is an experimental product!
Synergizes Well With: Ultrasonic Aztec Dream Herb Tincture, Ultrasonic Cacao Tincture, Ultrasonic Lion’s Mane, Ultrasonic Skullcap Tincture, Ultrasonic Tulsi Tincture
Country of Origin: China, USA
Extraction Method: Ultrasonic Water Extraction
Parts of Plant Used: Leaves
Gingko Biloba Active Constituents: Includes flavinoids, terpenoids and flavonols including myricetin, quercetin, kaempferol, isorhamnetin and morin.
- Oyama, Y., Chikahisa, L., Ueha, T., Kanemaru, K., & Noda, K. (1996). Ginkgo biloba extract protects brain neurons against oxidative stress induced by hydrogen peroxide. Brain research, 712(2), 349-352.
- Ahlemeyer, B., & Krieglstein, J. (2003). Neuroprotective effects of Ginkgo biloba extract. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS, 60(9), 1779-1792.
- Diamond, B. J., Shiflett, S. C., Feiwel, N., Matheis, R. J., Noskin, O., Richards, J. A., & Schoenberger, N. E. (2000). Ginkgo biloba extract: mechanisms and clinical indications. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 81(5), 668-678.
- Kobus, J., Flaczyk, E., Siger, A., Nogala‐Kałucka, M., Korczak, J., & Pegg, R. B. (2009). Phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity of extracts of Ginkgo leaves. European journal of lipid science and technology, 111(11), 1150-1160.
- von Boetticher A. (2011). Ginkgo biloba extract in the treatment of tinnitus: a systematic review. Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment, 7, 441–447. https://doi.org/10.2147/NDT.S22793
- Moraga, F. A., Flores, A., Serra, J., Esnaola, C., & Barriento, C. (2007). Ginkgo biloba decreases acute mountain sickness in people ascending to high altitude at Ollagüe (3696 m) in northern Chile. Wilderness & environmental medicine, 18(4), 251-257.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product. *