The forty-crore tree (another name for Ginkgo biloba) is a real fossil, as it is said to be the only survivor of its species, which appeared long before the dinosaurs. Considered a sacred tree in the East, it has an exceptional longevity, estimated for some trees to be over 4,000 years old. It is the leaf that is most interesting, as it contains specific molecules - ginkgolides associated with numerous antioxidants (such as flavonoids) - that have a tonic, vasoprotective and artery-dilating effect. Thus, thanks to its antioxidant properties, Ginkgo biloba has a beneficial effect on almost all levels of the circulatory system. As a result, the better oxygenation of the brain will improve memory in both young and old people.
- Action on cerebral vascular insufficiency;
- Improvement of memory capacities.