Ginkgo Biloba The tree of grandfathers and grandsons
It takes as many as three generations for ginkgo to mature to fruition. This is why the Asians call this tree the tree of grandfathers and grandsons. Alternatively, it’s known as the divine tree of life. Chinese legends say that the juice from gingko leaves gives a superpower and guarantees immortality. This immortality can be difficult to achieve, but this ingredient provides a strong anti-aging effect. It is thanks to the synthesis of collagen and the strengthening of the connective tissue of the skin that inhibits the aging process. Additionally, ginkgo biloba is a strong antioxidant with a stimulating effect. It strengthens the cardiovascular and blood vessel systems and improves blood circulation. This will help you get rid of spiders, intensively nourish your skin and eliminate the appearance of wrinkles.