Ginkgo Biloba Smart Drugs

Gingko Biloba is has been shown to be a cognitive enhancer in the elderly. However it has also been shown in some studies to modestly improve memory and cognitive speed in in younger people with no memory ailments but this effect is small.

Ginkgo Biloba Smart Drug Dose

Ginkgo is usually used in pill form at doses of 120-240mg per day. Some literature suggests that combined Ginkgo with Panax ginseng is more effective for memory improvement than either taken alone.

Ginkgo Biloba Side Effects

Ginkgo is generally well tolerated. Potential side effects at high doses include:

  • Allergic skin reactions.
  • Upset stomach.
  • Headache, dizziness, restlessness.
  • Easy bruising.
  • Constipation.

As a precaution Ginkgo Biloba should not be used under 18 years of age or if pregnant without talking to your doctor.

Where to Buy Ginkgo Biloba Smart Drugs

Ginkgo Biloba is readily available at most health and nutrition stores and even in vitamin aisles at your supermarket. You can also get it right in your mailbox from our drop shippers here:

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Article Last Updated: August 31 2014
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