With up to 15 % prevalence in adults,1 tinnitus could well be called one of the modern scourges of humanity. Though the symptoms are not life threatening they still mar the everyday life of the patients and the underlying threat of chronification bears serious health consequences including depression, anger and anxiety.
KARLSRUHE, Germany, 11 June 2010. US scientists have shown that the Ginkgo extract EGb 761® promotes the formation of new nerve cells and new cell connections in the hippocampus, the brain’s memory center. According to Professor Yuan Luo from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, the Ginkgo constituents responsible for these effects are quercetin and bilobalide.
KARLSRUHE, Germany, 25 May 2010. German researchers demonstrate enhanced mental performance and an improved ability to cope with everyday life in Alzheimer patients taking the proprietary Ginkgo extract EGb 761®
KARLSRUHE, Germany, 8 December 2009. "Ginkgo biloba not only improves declining memory but offers specific benefits for other cognitive functions as well" that's how Dr. Reiner Kaschel, Clinical Neuropsychologist at the University of Osnabrueck, Germany, summarizes the results of a comprehensive new scientific publication.