5 vials of 10 ml
Ginkgo biloba is a fossilized tree with a history of use in traditional Chinese medicine. Basically,ginkgo leaves contain two main groups of compounds: flavonoids and terpenes (diterpenes andsesquiterpenes). These compounds are the basis for its therapeutic actions. Ginkgo’s most powerfuleffect is on the circulating system. Ginkgo flavenoids directly dilates the micro-capillaries, whichincreases blood circulation. Ginkgo Biloba reduces capillary permeability and has notableanitoedematous and antivaricose effect, as well as eutrophic action on connective tissue,increasing the synthesis of collagen along the vessel walls. Ginkgo biloba is an anti-inflammatoryvein tonic agent. Studies carried out showed that ginkgo extracts were more effective than_-carotene and vitamin E to reduce UV-induced oxidative stress in epidermal cells It furthermoreincreases the creation of fibroblast, collagen and extracellular fibronectin.