The healing powers of this ancient tree include that of an antioxidant. When taken over a period of weeks, it’s thought that compounds in the plants can help to inactivate free radicals. By guarding cell membranes from damage, ginkgo helps to make blood vessel walls more flexible and keeps red blood cells pliable, allowing them to squeeze through capillaries without getting stuck. This, of course, makes it easier for blood and oxygen to reach the tissues of the penis.
Studies performed over the last fifteen years reveal that the ginkgo may also be useful in improving circulation and preventing cardiovascular disease. In the last decade, hundreds of scientific papers have been published which detail animal and human experiments with the pulverized leaves of the ginkgo tree. All extol the plant’s ability to increase and maintain blood supply.
I recommend one 40 milligram capsule of ginkgo biloba three times a day. Ginkgo biloba is sold in health food stores in concentrated tablet and capsule form. Give this mighty plant time to work. Because it can’t repair cells that are already damaged, it may take several months before you begin to notice its effects. At that point, it will be offering protection against further damage and blood flow should be enhanced.