How Ginkgo Works: Platelets, irregular shaped discs in the blood, are responsible for the clotting of wounds. Platelet-activating factor (PAF) is released by the platelets causing them to stick together. Studies have suggested that a component of ginkgo biloba, ginkgolide B, is a potent platelet-activating factor (PAF) antagonist (2,3).*
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- J Ethnopharmacol. 50:131, 1996.
- Drugs of the Future, 12; No 7, 1987.
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What's in MRM Ginkgo B
Directions For Ginkgo B: Take 1 capsule up to 2 times daily with a meal or as directed by your qualified healthcare provider.
Warnings: If you are currently taking medication, please consult your qualified healthcare professional before use.