1. Karen Noone

    I am reading this review because a friend recommended it to help with anxiety issues. I discover that it has many other health related issues. I wonder if it would help slow down my mothers Alzheimer’s? If so at what dosage and what dosage for anxiety ?
    One thing that worried me is that it can cause side effects in some people especially if allergic to poison Ivy. Surely everyone is allergic to poison ivy? Or am I being naive? Is this just an old wives tale ?

    • Dave

      Hey Karen, 

      Ginkgo Biloba can help slow down your mother’s mental issues. You should take a dosage of 40mg to 120mg for it. But I would encourage you to consult with your doctor first before using it so that you are completely sure it is fit for her extent of the health condition.

      As for dealing with anxiety, I would recommend you take a dosage of 60mg to 600mg, which you can spread into three doses.

      About being allergic to poison ivy, I have to say you are slightly wrong about it. Not everyone is allergic to the plant, starting with me. 🙂 

      I think the tale might have been told so frequently to people that it was almost taken up by them as a truth, which really isn’t. 

      I hope I have answered all your questions. If you have more just drop them below and I will be happy to keep the discussion going. 🙂

  2. Roopesh

    Its interesting to see, that Ginkgo Biloba goes by other names as well. That is something that I did not know.

    I actually have tinnitus, the ringing in the ears. I read about the benefits of taking Ginkgo Biloba.

    As you mentioned, the site Absorb You Health sells Ginkgo in bulk. I am definitely to check these guys out.

    Thanks so much for all the help.


    • Dave

      Hey Roopesh, 

      Every supplement out there has a local or a street name most folks refer to it. 

      The thing is, these scientific names can be so hard to pronounce that people naturally get a simpler name for them to keep them going. 🙂

      I would encourage you to look into the product for the issues you have told me you have as the supplement will really come in handy in terms of getting things right for you.

      Be sure to keep us updated on your progress with the product when you get to use it. 

      Cheers: 🙂

  3. Yemi

    I have used Gingko Biloba in the past because of something I read which I don’t remember anymore lol. I also don’t remember why I stopped exactly.
    But it was recently suggested(not prescribed) that my mother-in-law use it, and I wanted to read up on what it’s all about and find out what the benefits would be for her.
    From what you’ve mentioned, it looks like she would gain a lot from it. It also looks like I had no business using it lol!
    Anyway, as you said, we would have to ask her doctor first to be sure it can be used along with her other drugs. At the very least we will sound informed when we talk to the doctor about it. Thanks to you 🙂

    • Dave

      Hey Yemi, 

      That’s quite interesting. You used to take the supplement but can’t remember exactly why. 🙂

      But you still can get benefits with it as it can help boost the quality of your memory and brain performance. So I would say it is still worth getting back to.

      With regards to your mother in law, I would say you do exactly what you have said as this is the right procedure to make sure things go well for her.

      Other than that, I would strongly encourage you to get back to using Ginkgo Biloba as you are missing out on so many benefits. 🙂

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