Does Ginkgo help against cancer?
Ginkgo, also known as Ginkgo Biloba, is an extract from the gingko tree from China, Japan, and Korea and is believed to improve memory. While some herbalists have suggested that a compound in Ginkgo may counteract body chemicals thought to promote cancer growth, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. Ginkgo can be administered in pill or liquid form with a recommended dose of 120mg to 240mg per day for up to 3 months. Ginkgo may interfere with normal blood clotting and therefore should not be taken if you are undergoing surgery or taking certain medications like aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or blood thinners.
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