Ginkgo Biloba
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Ginkgo biloba is a herb that has been used for 6000 years. It has many benefits but should not be used with any other herb or medicine that affects Coagulation or Platelets.

Benefits

  • reducing viscosity and elasticity of the whole blood, slowing blood coagulation and inhibiting platelet aggregation
  • potent antioxidant
  • improvements in speed of information processing working memory and executive processing attributable
  • regulates ionic balance in damaged cells and exerts a specific and potent Platelet-activating factor antagonist activity.
     

Risks

  • Contains colchicine
  • Dangerous interactions with :
    • Aspirin
    • Warfarin
    • Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) and ergotamine
    • Caffeine
    • NSAIDs
       
  • spontaneous haemorrhages
  • High dosages may result in intracerebral hemorrhage

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