#Kyoto#Autumn -leaves in Japan.
Leaves began to turn red as is gets colder . We went to see the red foliage at #kitanotenmangu -shrine. The #gingko , #foliage and some flowers are very beautiful.
It’s good time see them in next week.
#楓#欅 (けやき) #いちょう 、さらには #さざんか が咲いていて空間がに紅と橙、ちらほら緑色と彩り鮮やかでした。
#brainfunction#memory#gingko biloba (Salisburia adiantifolia) with drops of lime since this is bitter and lime goes well to cover the strong taste. Ginkgo biloba, which is also known as maidenhair, is an ancient plant extract that has been used in China medicinally to heal various health ailments for thousands of years. Ginkgo’s been widely studied for its effective anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, platelet-forming and circulation-boosting effects. According to current research, ginkgo biloba benefits include improved cognitive function, positive mood, increased energy, improved memory and reduced symptoms related to multiple chronic diseases — for instance, it’s been used as an asthma natural remedy, ADHD natural remedy and dementia treatment. In fact, it’s believed to be so effective that it’s even a prescription herb in Germany!According to Traditional Chinese Medicine and current clinical studies, ginkgo biloba is safe, effective and benefits the body in numerous ways because it exerts protective effects against mitochondrial damage and oxidative stress. It’s been used in Chinese herbal medicine to treat a variety of medical conditions since ancient times, especially circulatory problems and those related to declining memory.
What makes ginkgo so powerful? Ginkgo biloba extract contains two constituents (flavonoids and terpenoids) that have strong antioxidant properties. It’s believed these may help slow down the progression of age-related diseases by combating oxidative stress that usually worsens as someone ages.