Ginkgo Biloba


Ginkgo biloba belongs to a class of herbs known as adaptogens – known for optimizing your stress response and promoting overall balance and wellbeing.


Bushyhead’s Ginkgo is actually from Mississippi! My cousin has a huge tree there. This tree CAN grow up to 98 feet. It’s a powerhouse from it’s size to it’s effect. It comes in 4 and 8 ounce sizes.

Ginkgo leaf was first used to treat ailments in patients in around 2800 B.C., and it was then described as a plant useful for the treatment of respiratory disorders, as well as brain and head diseases.

Ginkgo biloba (also known as the maidenhair tree) belongs to a class of herbs known as adaptogens – known for optimizing your stress response and promoting overall balance and wellbeing.

Ginkgo biloba leaves, rich in antioxidants and other nutrients, have been used to help fight inflammation, improve heart health, promote brain function, reduce the symptoms of dementia, and treat symptoms of anxiety and depression. Whew! I told you… powerhouse.

The unique health benefits of ginkgo also include its ability to improve cognition and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s. The scientific studies listed below bear this out. Use of Ginkgo biloba is also used to help lower blood pressure, alleviate pain, protect the nervous system, reduce the risk of cancer, and delay aging. It is also used to reduce the symptoms of PMS, erectile dysfunction, asthma, hemorrhoids, altitude sickness, tinnitus, vertigo, multiple sclerosis, and fibromyalgia.

There are mild analgesic qualities of ginkgo biloba, likely resulting from anti-inflammatory properties of its organic compounds. In other words, when inflammation decreases, so does the pain it causes. This makes it a popular option for people recovering from injuries or wounds, as well as those who are suffering from chronic headaches. (

This study indicates that ginkgo biloba can help improve memory, ( enhance attention span, and boost focus.

One study found out that ginkgo biloba could reduce anxiety levels by about 45%. (

While studies that link ginkgo biloba to improved sleep are limited, one of the promising studies found that it improved sleep quality in people with depression. (

One more… Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears is a symptom of many underlying issues, including circulatory disorders. Ginkgo leaf contains antioxidants and helps improve circulation. The flavonoids and terpenoids in it protect the nerves, heart muscles, and blood vessels from free radicals, thereby preventing the annoying noises that irritate the ear. (

It’s a long-game with ginkgo biloba, and you should expect to supplement with it for weeks before seeing changes. Ginkgo biloba is considered to be GRAS (generally recognized as safe). When taken in reasonable dosages, taking it daily is fine.

💚 What sets Bushyhead Botanicals apart from most other herbal companies is that we are small family business crafting infused oil in small batches with herbs that we either grow or ethically wild-craft ourselves. Our gardens are grown using organic methods. No harsh chemicals, pesticides or fungicides are used in our farming practices. Bushyhead Botanicals are crafted on our small family herb farm located in Bushyhead, Oklahoma. We border on Oklahoma’s eastern prairie and the western edge of the Ozark Plateau. Here, we call it “Green Country”. We are very remote and far far away from the pollution of large cities. We purify our own water. There is no chlorine or fluoride in our water. Bushyhead Botanicals tincture/extracts/oil macerate for 6-8 weeks in menstrum. We do not use percolation tincture methods.

☀️ Disclaimer: This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This information is for educational use only. Please research all herbs herbal products thoroughly before use. Pregnant and lactating women should check with their physician before using any products. Bushyhead Botanicals is not responsible for any adverse reactions.

Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 3 in



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