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Vision First Ginko Biloba and Ginseng – Antioxidant and Stress Support

Introducing Vision First Ginko Biloba and Ginseng, the only supplement you need for health and overall well-being. Combining two incredible compounds, ginkgo biloba and ginseng. This powerful blend of herbs offers long-lasting benefits proven to boost mental clarity and energy, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation.

Our unique formula draws on Vision First's experiences to provide our customers with a natural solution that’s been known to work wonders for thousands of years. Rich in antioxidants and essential vitamins, these herbs help protect the body from free radical damage while supporting immune system functions. So, whether you’re looking for protection against stress or want an edge up in the morning, Vision First Ginko Biloba and Ginseng will make sure you're staying safe, healthy, and productive throughout the day.

Take advantage of all that our product has to offer with just one capsule every day. With science-backed research alongside time-tested traditional remedies, we bring you a potent mix designed to enhance your life naturally. Get your hands on some today, it's the perfect choice for improving cognitive performance and overall wellness!

Red Panax Ginseng Extract (Std. to 7% Ginsenosides) (stem) (leaf)

There are two key compounds in ginseng: ginsenosides and gintonin. Health benefits are provided by these compounds when they are combined. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are found in ginseng. In test-tube studies, ginseng extracts and ginsenoside compounds have been shown to inhibit inflammation and reduce oxidative damage to cells. Compared with a placebo, short-term supplementation with American ginseng extract reduced exercise-induced muscle damage and inflammation markers in 12 active males. In 2014, 71 postmenopausal females took three grams of red ginseng or a placebo daily for 12 weeks. A measure of antioxidant activity and oxidative stress markers was then performed. Red ginseng may reduce oxidative stress by increasing antioxidant enzyme activity, according to researchers. (1)(2)(3)

Memory, behavior, and mood could all be improved by ginseng. The components in ginseng, such as ginsenosides and compound K, may protect the brain from free radical damage. One study of 6,422 older adults found that regular consumption of ginseng for at least five years was associated with improved cognitive function later in life. (4)(5)

Ginseng may enhance the immune system's function and has potent antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. A study found that black, red ginseng extract increased immune cells and liver antioxidant levels. Another study found that taking Korean red ginseng for eight weeks significantly increased levels of immune cells compared to a placebo. (6)(7)

People with and without diabetes seem to benefit from ginseng's ability to control blood sugar levels. Research has shown that American and Asian ginseng improves pancreatic cell function, boosts insulin production, and improves blood sugar absorption. In addition, studies show that ginseng extracts can help reduce free radicals in diabetes-affected cells by providing antioxidant protection. (8)(9)

Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Powder/Gingko Biloba Leaf 24% Flavones

Antioxidant and Suppress Support Complex

Many of the health benefits of ginkgo may be attributed to its antioxidant content.  The flavonoids and terpenoids in ginkgo have powerful antioxidant properties. By combating or neutralizing free radicals, antioxidants prevent damage to the body. (10)(11)

Immune cells are recruited to fight the foreign invader or heal the injured area during the inflammatory response. Chronic diseases can trigger an inflammatory response even when no illness or injury is present. DNA and tissues can be permanently damaged by excessive inflammation over time. Several animal and test-tube studies have shown that ginkgo extract reduces inflammation markers in both human and animal cells. (12)(13)

Many of ginkgo's supposed health benefits are attributed to its ability to increase blood flow to various parts of the body. Supplementing with ginkgo led to an immediate increase in blood flow to multiple parts of the body in people with heart disease. Nitric oxide levels increased by 12%, which is responsible for dilating blood vessels. Another study found that ginkgo extract had similar effects on older adults. (14)(15)

Ginkgo may enhance brain function in healthy individuals, according to some speculation. Ginkgo supplements may improve mental performance and perceived well-being, according to a handful of small studies. The results of studies like these have led to claims that ginkgo improves memory, focus, and attention span. An extensive review of the research on this relationship concluded that supplementing with ginkgo did not improve memory, executive function, or attention. Supplementing with ginkgo may improve mental capability, but no guarantees can be made. (16)(17)

The early research into the effects of ginkgo on vision and eye health is very promising. Ginkgo supplementation increased blood flow to the eye for people with glaucoma, but this didn't translate into better vision. Ginkgo extract was also studied on the progression of age-related macular degeneration in two studies. Participants reported an improvement in vision. It appears that increased blood flow to the eye is responsible for many of these positive results. (18)(19)