Ginkgo Biloba

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Ginkgo Biloba: natural ingredient of Robur

Part of the plant used

The part of the plant used of the ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo biloba L.) is the leaf.

General notions

Ginkgo biloba contains terpenes, ginkgolide B with a activity inhibitor of PAF-acether, intercellular phospholipid mediator involved in platelet aggregation in thrombus formation, and atherogenesis in hyper capillary permeability.
The ginkgo possesses polyphenols, flavonoids (ginketolo, isi ginketolo, bilabetolo, ginkgolide), with action on the entire circulatory system and vasodilator activity on the arteries, increasing venous tone, increased cerebral circulation.

The active ingredients of ginkgo block lipid peroxidation and the formation of free radicals and prevent the platelet activating factor (PAF). The plant is particularly known for his work on venous circulation, arterial, and especially to the brain. Were performed multiple clinical trials that bear out the efficacy of the active ingredients in the leaves of ginkgo at all levels of the blood circulation.

Effects and benefits
  • It makes better the circulation, increasing the flow of blood to the brain and increasing mental alertness, concentration, short-term mnemonic functions and cognitive ability. The ginkgo is useful in the phases of a lack of memory caused by 'advanced age and in the difficulties of short-term memory.
    The active ingredients in the leaves of the ginkgo also help in cases of tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and dizziness. A better peripheral circulation supports the body in decreasing the feel of cold feet, the intermittent pains and cramps in the lower limbs. The ginkgo is also useful in therapies for diabetic neuropathy, macular degeneration and other problems of the circulation
  • Ginkgo is a powerful antioxidant and is a scavenger (scavenger) of free radicals, reducing lipid peroxidation of membranes. This action defends the brain and nervous system from deterioration caused by free radicals, limiting the negative effects of aging
  • Protection of the blood-brain barrier (anatomical barriers and transport bodies that control the substances who access to the extracellular space of the brain).
  • Reduces the viscosity of the blood by inhibiting the element that puts in action the PLATELET (PAF platelet activating factor)
  • Reduces the deterioration of the tissues during circulatory stress and increases circulation to the extremities
  • Help in ’dispensing of oxygen and glucose to the brain
  • Defends the arteries, the blood vessels and capillaries from damage and claims the adjustment, their tone and their flexibility.