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Gingko Biloba and Red Panax Ginseng

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Gingko biloba is an ancient extract that has been taken for thousands of years in China. Its incredible properties include supporting the respiratory system as well as cognitive functions specifically, memory and concentration. It also contains antioxidant properties. Benefits in taking gingko include: improved concentration, lowered risk for dementia and Alzheimer’s, aids in combatting anxiety and depression, reduced PMS symptoms, enhanced eye health (maintains vision and increases blood flow to the eyes), prevents and treats ADHD, assists in treating migraines and headaches, improves libido, decreases symptoms of asthma, aids in healing hemorrhoids, and combats fibromyalgia. (Axe, 2017)

Red panax ginseng is a Korean plant that has immense health qualities. It decreases the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which is great because if LDL particles become oxidized that can potentially lead to cardiovascular problems. Specifically, LDL cholesterol causes inflammation in the arteries and increases the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. (Moll, 2017) Other benefits of red panax ginseng include boosting your immune system, enhancing athletic performance, controlling blood sugar, improved cognition and memory, and even treating erectile dysfunction. (Young, 2013)

Gingko Biloba and red panax combined is an excellent supplement! Here at Acupuncture Atlanta, we carry Gingko Biloba & Red Panax Ginseng by Prince of Peace. It contains both gingko biloba and red panax ginseng in addition to honey purified water alcohol. The suggested dosage is 1-2 vials daily.


Axe, Josh. (2017). Dr. Axe. Food is Medicine https://draxe.com/ginkgo-biloba-benefits/
Moll, Jennifer. (2017). Verywell. What is Oxidized LDL Cholesterol? https://www.verywell.com/what-is-oxidized-ldl-698079
Young, James. (2013) Livestrong. The Benefits of Red Panax Ginseng Extract http://www.livestrong.com/article/414544-panax-ginseng-vs-siberian-ginseng/