Ginkgo, Red Ginseng, Green Tea & Grape Skin Extract Herbal Blend
October 26, 2011

The U.S. Navy Study - proprietary Herbal Blend (600 mg)

Ginkgo Biloba leaf

Ginkgo research has proceeded in many different areas. The most interesting and important relate to vascular diseases, brain function, impotency. dopamine synthesis, inflammation and asthma.

Red Ginseng extract

Increases physical and mental endurance, helps the body adjust to stressful situations, normalizes body functions, reduces cholesterol, increases energy, may help reduce discomfort caused by menopause, may inhibit growth of cancerous tumors and may enhance sexual desire.

Green Tea extract

The catechins in green tea are formed by polyphonic compounds. Many researchers have found that phenolic compounds, including green tea catechins, delay the development of arteriosclerosis.

Grape Skin extract

The proanthocyanidins (also referred to as "procyanidins") are one of the most beneficial groups of plant flavonoids. The most active proanthocyanidins are those bound to other proanthocyanidins. Collectively, mixtures of proanthocyanidin dimers, trimers, tetramers, and larger molecules are referred to as procyanidolic oligomers (PCOs). Although PCOs exist in many plants as well as red wine, commercially available sources of PCOs include extracts from grape skin (Vitex vinifera)
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