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Ginkgo Leaf

Premium Ginkgo Leaf - traditionally used to support cognitive function, enhance memory, and promote overall well-being.

Ginkgo Leaf

Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is one of the oldest living tree species. Ginkgo leaf comes from the Ginkgo Biloba tree, also known as the maidenhair fern or the living fossil tree. Ginkgo has a long history of use in treating blood disorders and memory issues. Ginkgo leaf is a popular herbal medicine which originated in the Far East, but is now one of the most widely sold herbal treatments available in North America.

Ginkgo leaf extract is used to treat a variety of conditions. It is said that it can help increase blood flow and aid in circulation. The Ginkgo leaf is also used to prevent muscle pains, cramping or degeneration.

Ginkgo leaves can be used to make a tea, which makes a natural, energizing, non-caffeinated herbal stimulant. Adding Ginkgo leaves to herbal teas helps to increase the effects of other tonic adaptogens or medicinals. For this reason, Ginkgo leaves are often used with other herbs particularly gotu kola, brahmi, tulsi or ginseng. When used with ginseng or tulsi it works synergistically to help increase energy and improve one's ability to concentrate or focus.


Organic Ginkgo Leaf (Ginkgo biloba)


Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
Steeping Temp: 100°C
Steeping Time: 5 mins.
Origin: Germany
Caffeine: Caffeine Free
Certification: Organic
Grade or Quality: C/S
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In ancient China, ginkgo trees were often planted near temples and monasteries, revered for their beauty and longevity. According to folklore, these trees were considered sacred and were believed to bring protection and blessings to the areas where they grew. One famous ginkgo tree in the Zhongnan Mountains, reportedly planted by a Tang Dynasty emperor over 1,400 years ago, still stands today as a testament to the tree's incredible resilience and longevity. A particularly compelling story highlighting the resilience of ginkgo trees comes from Hiroshima, Japan. In 1945, when the atomic bomb was dropped, six ginkgo trees located near the blast site miraculously survived, despite the extensive destruction. These trees, now known as "Hibakujumoku" or survivor trees, are still thriving and continue to grow, symbolizing hope and resilience amidst devastation.