Gingko Biloba

Gingko biloba     Family: Ginkgoaceae



Fun Fact: Also known as Maidenhair tree, leaf and fruit are used to control aphids and grubs; world’s oldest living tree species

Dosage: 15 drops of tincture, three times daily for minimum 3 months; 1 Cup of infusion daily

Parts Used: Leaves

Range: Ancient tree native to SE and South Central Asia; now a common ornamental tree throughout North America and Europe

Habitat & Growing Conditions: Prefers moist, well drained, sandy soil; full sun to partial shade; hardy to zone 5

Traditional Chinese Medicine Flavors: Bitter, astringent, neutral energy; nuts are mildly toxic (can roast before eating)


Key Constituents:

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The Way of Herbs, Michael Tierra

Herbs: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, Kathi Keville


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