The ancient Ginkgo biloba tree is known today as ‘white fruit’, possibly due to its pale-coloured nuts, which are widely eaten in Asia as both a tasty snack and in savoury and sweet dishes.
Its leaves are infused in hot water and then drunk as a tea. Ginkgo tea contains the flavonoids quercetin, catechin and rutin. The Japanese tea ceremony school, Urasenke, uses the Ginkgo leaf as its symbol.
Higher Nature Ginkgo Biloba 6000 features:
- Contains important flavonoids, such as quercetin, plus catechins and rutin
- Widely used in Asia as a tea
- Contains 120mg Ginkgo Biloba guaranteed standardised extract which is equivalent to 6000mg of Gilkgo leaf extract.