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The Brain Saving Herb, which is also known as "Nature's own Viagra"!!!!!

GINKGO BILOBA sounds as though it is a new "made up" word, but in fact the Ginkgo is a large ornamental tree which is said to be 200 million years old. It's leaves are divided into two lobes, hence the name "Biloba". It takes 50lbs of dried leaves to make 1 pound of Ginkgo Biloba Extract. More than 300 Scientific Papers have been published on Ginkgo, many of which confirm that it stimulates the blood flow which feeds oxygen to tissues, and that it discourages blood platelets from sticking together and forming clots.

Daily use of Gingko revs up old brains, revives memory loss, slows down early Alzheimer's, and improves peripheral circulation. According to current research there is firm evidence that Gingko Biloba can improve the flow of blood through arteries, veins and capillaries, and thereby:


  1. Slows the progression of Alzheimer's Disease

  2. Improves failing memory in the elderly

  3. Relieves vertigo and dizziness

  4. Reduces ringing in the ears (tinnitus)

  5. Inhibits deteriorating vision due to macular degeneration

  6. Improves hearing loss related to reduced blood flow

  7. Relieves male impotence by promoting blood flow to the penis

  8. Relieves Raynaud's Disease (a circulatory disease resulting in cold hands and feet.

  9. Lowers blood pressure.

By Hilary Williams
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