Giving drugs (with numerous side effects and addictive potential) to children for attention deficit disorders assumes no natural alternatives. Research now confirms at least one natural alternative: Ginkgo biloba.
A new study published in the Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease confirms that extracts of one of the oldest plants in existence today, the 'living fossil' known as Gingko biloba, protects against stroke-related neurologic deficits in human subjects.
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