Glucosamine and Gingko Biloba

No matter how informed we are about our choice of foods, sometimes we need extra supplements. Glucosamine has been proved in more than three hundred studies and twenty clinical trials to actually build joint cartilage. It is involved in the formation of nails, tendons, skin, eyes, bones ligaments and heart valves. It is also used in the mucous secretions of the digestive, respiratory, and urinary tracts. Glucosamine is recommended for anyone with joints problems, such as arthritis  or osteoarthritis. But it can also be helpful for those who suffer with asthma, bursitis, candidiasis, food allergies, osteoporosis, respiratory allergies, tendinitis, and skin problems. It is available in vegetarian form.

Gingko Biloba has been reported in scientific journals to enhance blood circulation and to increase the supply of oxygen to the brain, heart and all bodily parts. So it is recommended for improving memory and relieving muscle pains. Gingko Biloba also acts as a antioxidant  and delays the aging process. It is believed to slow down the progress of Alzheimer’s disease in some, and it relieves tinnitus and vertigo. This wonderful herb, originally from China, lowers blood pressure.