Ginkgo Biloba�trees are the world�s oldest living trees. Some have lived as long as 1,000 years. �What makes them even more of an oddity in nature is the fact that they are a single species with no known living relatives
In 1859, Charles Darwin referred to the�Ginkgo Biloba tree�as the oldest living fossil. It appeared on the landscape during the Carboniferous period and was common in Asia, Europe and America. When the dinosaurs disappeared, it was thought that the�Ginkgo Biloba�tree did, too.
However, it was found in Japan in 1691, by a German physician and botanist, Engelbert Kaempfer. Apparently monks had cultivated the tree since the 1100�s and the seeds made it to Japan and Korea. It wasn�t until the 18th�century that the�Ginkgo seeds�were brought to Europe and America, and years later the�Ginkgo Biloba�tree became a favorite of Architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The longevity of the Ginkgo tree isn�t its only outstanding attribute. The health benefits of Ginkgo have been known for centuries. In fact, it�s one of the most studied herbal supplements.
�Nature�s Answer�Ginkgo Biloba�Alcohol Free�is highly concentrated delivering 500mg in every 2ml serving to����� support healthy circulation and healthy cognitive function.* Which means it�s important for reasoning, memory, attention and language.* And you can feel good knowing that it�s Alcohol-Free and Gluten-Free.