Gingko Biloba

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Ginkgo biloba has been traditionally recommended as an herbal remedy for countless conditions and health concerns, and menopause is no exception. One of the common complaints of women who have gone through “the change” is a slowing down of cognition and struggles with memory retention. Ginkgo biloba is well known to be a brain-boosting herb, and can ensure that you are just as quick and mentally fit as you were in your younger years. Ginkgo biloba supplements can also help to regulate sleep patterns and prevent insomnia associated with menopause.

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