Ginkgo biloba has been in use for thousands of years for a very good reason; of its many impressive properties, ginkgo helps to improve gene transmission in the body and reduce mutations, which are often caused by free radicals. In effect, ginkgo keeps the epithelial cells of the ovary from mutating and potentially turning into cancer. As a preventative measure, ginkgo is highly effective for many types of cancer, and also functions as an antioxidant if cancer has already developed. Ginkgo is widely available in supplement form around the world.
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