What is Ginkgo Biloba?
Ginkgo biloba, commonly known as maidenhair, is a tree species native to China that has grown for thousands of years. While both leaves and seeds are commonly used in nutritional practices, most of its plant properties are derived from its fan-shaped leaves. Ginkgo naturally contains high levels of flavonoids, strong antioxidant compounds that have been highly sought after in Chinese wellness practices for ages.
Origin of Ginkgo
A 200 million-year-old tree species, ginkgo biloba is often referred to as a “living fossil” and symbol of longevity. In the late 17th century, German botanist Engelbert Kaemfer was the first to discover this highly coveted plant.
It was first planted during ancient times in China and Japan in temple gardens where it was revered as an ornamental tree. Its nutritional value was discovered thereafter, as it became an vital part of holistic practices. Today, ginkgo is featured in a variety of herbal supplements, such as liquid extracts, powder, tablets, and capsules.
- Traditional Herb Formula
- Ginkgo Biloba (120 mg)
- With Bacopa Monnieri
- 24% Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides
- 6% Terpene Lactones
- Convenient Daily Capsules
At Lindberg®, this traditional Chinese herb is now available in optimal capsule form. Our Ginkgo Biloba supplement provides 120 mg of this beneficial botanical in each gluten-free quick-release capsule. It is standardized to contain 24% Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides and 6% Terpene Lactones with added Bacopa Monnieri extract for ultimate herbal support!