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Ginkgo biloba is an herbal supplement used for numerous medicinal uses, most commonly for improving mental functioning or memory. It appears to have "blood-thinning" properties and antioxidant activity. The supplement may also help to prevent cell damage caused by beta-amyloid proteins (which may contribute to Alzheimer's disease). Some people are more likely than others to experience problems due to ginkgo biloba, so you should talk to your healthcare provider before taking it if you have diabetes, infertility, or a bleeding disorder.
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