May improve circulation to the extremities
Supports memory in the short term
Our best-selling Gingko Biloba tablets
Made in the UK and GMP quality assured
What is Ginkgo Biloba?
Ginkgo Biloba extracts are taken from an ancient species of tree native to Asia. The roots and bark of the Ginkgo tree contain beneficial flavonoids and terpenoids, and have long been added to traditional herbal remedies.
How can Ginkgo help me?
Although Ginkgo Biloba supplements offer many health benefits, they are primarily taken to improve blood circulation, particularly to the extremities. Because of this, many people who suffer from cold hands and feet find them to be beneficial. The potential circulatory benefits of Ginkgo may also help to improve memory in the short-term.
Best-Selling Ginkgo Biloba Tablets
Our Ginkgo Biloba 6000mg tablets are produced in the UK within Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) approved facilities for total quality assurance. Each extract is standardised to concentrate the level of flavonoids and terpenoids, and to offer optimal health benefits.
Nutritional Information Per tablet
% EC RDA
Ginkgo Biloba Extract 6000mg (50:1) standardised to 120mg
Standardised to contain
... 24% Ginkgo Flavone Glycosides
... 6% Terpenes
RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance, µg = Microgramme
mg = Milligram, IU = International Units
Other Ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silica, Magnesium Stearate.
V: Suitable for vegetarians
A: Free from artificial additives and preservatives
L: Lactose free
W: Wheat free
F: Fish free
G: Gluten free
Y: Yeast free
Take one to two tablets daily as a food supplement or as directed by a healthcare professional. Store in a cool dry place. Keep away from children at all times. Do not use if the seal is broken.
If you are taking any prescription medication, you have a medical condition or you have specific concerns about the suitability of any of our products in relation to these, you should always consult your GP or Pharmacist prior to taking supplements. Pregnant or lactating women should consult a GP before taking supplements. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Keep out of reach of children. Supplements should not be taken as a substitute for a varied diet. Always read the label before use.