Benefits of gingko.

Written by Lee Stevenson, sorry I am a lousy editor.

I am writing this for educational purposes this is not medical advice. If you are ill please seek the aid of a qualified and experienced functional medicine practitioner.

Gingko (Gingko biloba)

Gingko is good at improving blood flow and preventing high blood pressure. The leaves contain high levels of some of the most potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. Because of it’s ability to improve blood flow, reduce oxidative stress and reduce inflammation it prevents brains swelling and improves cognitive function. One side effect when someone first starts taking it if they have damage from sepsis or chronic illness the improved blood flow to those areas of the brain could cause pain temporarily. This happened to me and and the headache and eye pain it caused after about three days cleared up and and my cognitive function started to improve. I would not take high dose because it has very potent anticoagulant properties.

Gingko has been shown to improves hearing and prevent hearing loss. It improves motor health and emotional health. Gingko reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety. Gingko also improves sleep quality.

Gingko prevents glutamate toxicity which would improve NMDA receptor health. High glutamate levels is noticeable by the headaches that occur. It causes headache so severe it seems as if the skull is going to split open.

Gingko prevents prancreatitis and prevents pancreatic infection.

Gingko reduces symptoms of PMS. Gingko improves sexual function especially in women.

Gingko improves eye health and has been found to prevent pink eye.

Gingko helps prevent cardiovascular disease by improving blood circulation, reducing inflammation and oxidative stress and increasing nitric oxide levels. Because gingko improve blood flow it promote healing throughout the body.

Gingko improves skin health.

Gingko is effective against many bacteria that causes gut infections. Gingko has been found to inhibit the herpes simplex virus and many other RNA viruses.

If you take excessive amounts you can experience nausea, diarrhea, dizziness and headaches. High doses of gingko can damage the liver. Also if it is taken for more then three months it can start to damage the liver. I have known people who have taken it long term without liver damage but I see no reason to take it continually once a person has healed. In studies showing it causes liver damage excessive amounts were given for extended periods of time. I do doubt the studies showing it causes liver and kidney damage because gingko is an Nrf2 activator which is the master regulator of the antioxidant enzymes. Humans are exposed to excessive amounts of light now days which damages the photoreceptors in the body. Gingko helps prevent this from happening. So the studies showing the harm it does are suspicious to me.

Benefits of nattokinase and serrapeptase.

Written by Lee Stevenson, sorry I am a lousy editor.

This is not medical advice, I have written this for educational purposes. If you are ill please seek the advice of a qualified and experienced medical practitioner.

Nattokinase prevents excess blood clotting and the build of of excess fibroid tissue in the body found in many diseases that deteriorate the brain and organs. It has very few side effects other then excess bleeding when injured. It has been found to prevent the damage that Covid infection causes. Serrapeptase can break down scar tissue and prevent blood clotting but does not have as many benefits as nattokinase. Nattokinase is better at preventing blood clotting but serrapeptase is much better at breaking down and preventing scar tissue build up in the body. Nattokinase can help prevent high blood pressure. Nattokinase is a potent NRF2 activator meaning it has potent antioxidant properties. Nattokinase prevents the inflammation and oxidative stress caused by endotoxins.

Nattokinase prevents the build up of amyloid plaque and prevents neuro inflammation which can cause organ damage and brain damage. Nattokinase reduces many cytokines that cause sepsis and inflammatory disease.

Many types of inflammatory bowel diseases, interstitial cystitis and organ failure can be linked to inhibited blood flow. Nattokinase can help to prevent this.

Some side effects of nattokinase if taken in too high of dosage it can cause low blood pressure. If you have issues with blood not being able to clot you should never take nattokinase.

Because serrapeptase and nattokinase break down and prevent fibrin build up they can help prevent Alzheimer disease. The benefits of serrapeptase is a bit different though because it can prevent fluid and inflammation accumulation in damaged areas of the body and speed up healing. Serrapeptase also reduces cyst caused by fibrin build up in the body. Often times fibrin cyst are mistaken for breast cancer. Studies have shown that the largest percentage of the time when someone has been diagnosed with breast cancer the diagnoses was incorrect and they actually had fibrin cyst.

Serrapeptase reduces the thickness of mucus produce when ill making it much easier to expel. Serrapeptase has very potent anti-inflammatory properties. Serrapeptase is more potent at reducing inflammation then most NSAIDs. It has been shown to dramatically reduce the damage caused by Covid. Serrapeptase has been shown to reduce symptoms of many things like acne, osteoarthritis and many other things. Serrapeptase helps to inhibit the formation of biofilms by pathogens.

Serrapeptase was found to dramatically reduce pain and symptoms of allergies. It has been found to be effective against thyroid cancer. It prevents the build up of amyloid plaque which causes organ damage and Alzheimer.

Serrapeptase also prevents excess blood clotting and fibrin build up in the body but is much better then nattokinase at breaking down scar tissue. Nattokinase and serrapeptase can inactivate many viruses including herpes. Do not take high dose serrapetase it can cause the break down of healthy tissue in the body and can actually damage the lungs instead of healing them . High dose serrapeptase also causes nausea, muscle and joint pain, weight loss and skin rashes or itching. There is no reason to take high dose serrapeptase if you cannot find low dose then pulse taking it.