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Gingko - Gingko biloba L.

Gingko biloba pcomes from China and Japan, where many related fossils from the Mesozoic era have been discovered. It has never been found in wild form and its survival to this date is because it is considered a sacred tree by Buddhist monks, and revered and cultivated as such in monasteries in China and Japan.

It is a beautiful tree of pyramidal form and slow growth; the fan-shaped deciduous leaves turn golden-yellowish shade in the autumn. These characteristics make it very attractive and it is widely used in landscaping; the leaves are used for herbalist purposes.

Properties: Stimulant of blood circulation. Prevents and cures age-related illnesses, such as cerebral insufficiency and senile dementia.