GBLE

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GBLEGinkgo Biloba Leaf Extract
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This safety study was designed to assess, in a population of elderly residents in nursing homes, clinical and genomic risks associated with Ginkgo biloba leaf extract (GBLE) treatment.
Keywords: Alloxan, Carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, Diabetes mellitus, Ginkgo biloba leaf extract, Rats.
It contains 946 mg of taurine, 200 mg of guarana, 25 mg of inositol, 25 mg of L-Carnitine, 20 mg of milk thistle extract, 15 mg of ginkgo biloba leaf extract and 25 mg of siberian ginseng root extract.
The use of Ginkgo biloba leaf extract as a therapeutic agent in treatment of many diseases has been reported for thousands of years.
It includes acetyl-L-carnitine, phosphatidyl serine, dimethyl amino ethanol (DMAE), ginkgo biloba leaf extract, vincamine, vitamins B6 and B12, ashwagandha, American ginseng root, milk vetch and gotu kola.
Whether Ginkgo biloba leaf extract can incite convulsions is still anecdotal and uncertain.
Xiang, "Simultaneous quantisation of flavonol aglycones in Ginkgo biloba leaf extracts applying moving window partial least squares regression models," Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, vol.
Both positive and negative findings have been reported from trials using other Ginkgo biloba leaf extracts in healthy young as well as in elderly persons (Canter and Ernst 2007).