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When it comes to increasing cognitive strength and delaying the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s, few substances have been trusted as much as ginkgo biloba around the world. With proven benefits to circulation and microdilation in the brain, ginkgo can stimulate blood flow to those areas of the brain where memory is stored, ensuring that plaque doesn’t build up. Ginkgo biloba is often taken as a cognitive booster even by those who aren’t suffering from dementia, and can also improve your short-term memory. Ginkgo is widely available across the world. Protection Status
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