Ginkgo Capsules - Ginkgo Pure NZ - 30 Capsules
What Makes Ginkgo Pure NZ Capsules Different?
Ginkgo Pure NZ is a 100% New Zealand Grown Gingko. Ginkgo from some overseas countries can be grown in polluted environments which may result in Ginkgo products containing pesticides, mercury, arsenic, lead, heavy metals, but not Ginkgo Pure NZ.
Ginkgo Pure NZ Ginkgo is grown in New Zealand where pollution levels are low. Because of New Zealand's clean, green environment Gingko Pure NZ extracts show minimal to nil levels of Lead, Pesticides, Multi residues, PAH's, and Cadmium.
Some companies may claim to be New Zealand Made Ginkgo but not actually using Ginkgo grown in New Zealand. Ginkgo Pure NZ is the currently the only company with 100% New Zealand Grown Gingko.
Ginkgo Biloba is a tree commonly used in traditional medicine. Ginkgo is used today as a supplement to help support:
- Inner Ear Function(귀울림,귀통증 등에 도움을 줌)
- Supporting healthy Liver Functions(간기능에 도움을 줌)
Ginkgo is great for people during exams, those who jobs require high concentration, those wanting to maximise brain function and those who feel the cold. The two main actives in Ginkgo is flavones glycoside which acts as an antioxidant, and terpene lactone which supports blood circulation to the body, especially the brain. Add Ginkgo Biloba to your daily diet to see how it may be of assistance to you.
Ginkgo Biloba is also gaining attention in as a possible natural prevention of Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia.
Ginkgo Pure NZ capsules have 120mg of high potency Ginkgo Extract As the capsules have such a high concentration, only one capsule needs to be taken each day. They also use Vege Caps (vegetable-based capsules) which means there is no trace of diary, wheat, gluten, yeast, artificial flavours or preservatives.
Adults - Take 1 capsule daily or as directed by your physican.
Each capsule contains:
NZ Ginkgo - Quanity - 120mg/cap
Equiv to Ginkgo leaf dry - 3600mg
Equiv to Flavone Glycosides - 28mg
Equiv to Terpene Lactones - 7mg
GMP - Good Manufacturing New Zealand Practice