The Ginko Biloba; Weirdly Memorable

The Garden Brand of Memories

This plant, commonly known as the maidenhair plant, resides in the tropical landscaped of China. Though it does sound exotic, the Ginko Supplement can be found in the aisle of a local grocery store. Many patients with Alzheimer’s often find that taking this plant can be helpful in slowing the process of dementia.

Why should you be taking supplements from a weird Chinese plant? Well, studies have shown that the plant increases circulation to brain and improves cognitive function in anyone; not just Alzheimer’s patients. Because of its ability to increase mental function, there are many college-level students taking the supplement to improve their ability to function mentally. Who knew a 270 million-year-old plant could be so beneficial in the modern ages?