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  • Ginkgo Biloba Tea Organic

    Product UPC# 819005011467

    Item# LX0037

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One of the oldest species of trees in the world, ginkgo biloba is esteemed in its native habitat of China, and has become a popular herbal tea to support various systems of the body.

Ginkgo biloba is a plant with an ancient legacy. Native to China, and also known as the maidenhair tree, ginkgo biloba has been found in fossils dating back 270 million years! This historically rich plant is frequently used in Traditional Medicine, as well as in cuisine, and today is popular as a tea known to deliver myriad benefits. Deep rooted, snow resistant, and averaging a height of from 66 to 115 feet, aged Gingko trees also boast a wide crown. In fact, in Germany and China, gingko biloba is the most commonly prescribed herbal medicine.

What Exactly is Ginkgo Biloba?
Reaching heights from 66 to 115 feet, with some in China boasting 160 feet, the large gingko tree digs its roots in deep, and enjoys life in all kinds of weather. As a wind-, snow-, and insect-resistant tree, the gingko has proven itself to be a long-living, hearty specimen.

Interesting Notes about Ginkgo Biloba
China is where the first use of ginkgo as a medicine is recorded, way back in the late 15th century. Fast forward thousands of years to 1965 Germany; this is when the western world registered ginkgo for medicinal use. Gingko biloba contains flavones, ascorbic acid, sterols, and catechins, among other elements.

What Does Ginkgo Biloba Taste Like?
Mild, earthy, slightly bitter, Buddha Teas Ginkgo Biloba Tea is well-suited for double-dipping. Pump up the benefits of gingko biloba by adding a complementary herb, such as Blackberry Leaf Tea. Our Chamomile Flower Tea, is another great addition to try.

Warning: Because there is some controversy regarding side effects related to high doses of ginkgo, if you are pregnant or under a doctor’s care for high blood pressure or a blood disorder, you might want to avoid drinking this tea.

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