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Ginkgo 80
Ginkgo 80
The right product for the right circulation!
Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is one of the most ancient plants on earth. This “living fossil” is traditionally used in Chinese medicine as treatment for peripheral and cerebral circulation disorders. Scientific studies prove that ginkgo, being an outstanding antioxidant, improves circulation by stimulating peripheral blood flow and microcapillary circulation.

Considering that the ginkgo extract composition is crucial for its efficiency, a regular composition assay of GINKGO 80 (min. 24% of ginkgoflavonoglycosides and min. 6% of terpene lactones) is conducted by certified laboratories. Aktival guarantees a reliable extract composition and high product quality, ensuring a safe and efficient application.

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