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Ginkgo is believed by many to be a "living fossil," that in many ways has remained unchanged for more than 200 million years!

Gingko biloba primarily known as a street tree with distinct, fan-shaped leaves. Its seeds produce a foul smell, that may have been an adaptation to become more attractive to animals. Today, Ginkgo is cultivated for its healing and medicinal properties. You can find gingko in health food stores being sold to help with many things, particularly memory.