Ginkgo Biloba Benefits and Side Effects - FemHealth.net
Ginkgo Biloba Benefits and Side Effects - FemHealth.net
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Benefits & Side Effects
 
Ginkgo Biloba Benefits and Side Effects - FemHealth.net

Benefits & Side Effects of Ginkgo Biloba

Before using Ginkgo Biloba, women should be aware of the beneficial and the adverse effects this Phytoestrogenic herb may have. Please read carefully below because this may be the most important facts you must consider before using Ginkgo biloba.  

Ginkgo Biloba Benefits

Ginkgo biloba enhances memory. Ancient Chinese medicine proved this excellent herb is a powerful memory enhancer. Also many studies have confirmed that Ginkgo Biloba is a good memory enhancer.

Ginkgo biloba stimulates blood circulation. Ginkgo biloba has been reported as demonstrating anti-oxidant abilities with improvements of the platelet and nerve cell functions and blood flow to the nervous system and brain.
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Ginkgo biloba relieves hearing disorders. Given that nerve damage and certain blood vessel disorders can lead to tinnitus (the perception of ringing in the ears or head when no external sound is present).

Ginkgo Biloba Side Effects

Ginkgo biloba is very limited for relieving menopause symptoms because it is effective only for controlling just one menopausal symptom which is memory lapses.

Ginkgo biloba can be harmful. Uncooked Ginkgo biloba seeds contain a chemical known as Ginkgo Bilobatoxin, which can cause seizures. Also, consuming large quantities of seeds can cause intoxication.

Ginkgo biloba has adverse effects, especially for individuals with blood circulation disorders
and those taking anti-coagulants such as aspirin and warfarin. Ginkgo biloba should also not be used by people who are taking anti-depressant drugs or by pregnant women.

Conclusions about Ginkgo Biloba:

Ginkgo Biloba is very effective for treating the menopause symptom of memory lapses and it's reasonably priced compared to other pharmaceutical products. However, ginkgo biloba has been recently questioned because it adds artificial hormones to the organism. By doing this, Ginkgo biloba can produce side effects like breast cancer and others.

In the other hand, you can find other alternative treatments which are as effective as Ginkgo biloba, but have no side effects. For example, Non-estrogenic herbs are a great alternative for treating Menopause symptoms. Read more about them in the following article.

Non-estrogenic herbs for menopause

Non-estrogenic herbs have nutrients that nourish the endocrine system to balance hormone levels naturally, avoiding side effects. It means that Non-estrogenic herbs make the body itself produce the needed hormones. Click here to read more about Non-estrogenic herbs for menopause

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