Ginkgo holistic extract
What is it?
A great number of medicinal plants get their curative effect not only from a sole active
principle, but also from the sum of all their active principles. We are talking about the application of the holistic principle that is a law of nature: the whole is greater
than the sum of its parts.
Therefore, the total extract of a medicinal plant (like the Ginkgo in Ginkgo Extra) brings
to the patient's organism a complex of substances, conceived by nature, according to its law (holistic equilibrium) which man Himself is subject
Monosubstances, by their unilateral and aggressive action, are susceptible to modify
the biological equilibrium and provoke undesirable side effects. For example, salicylic acid (aspirin) in a
holistic extract of willow is counterbalanced by other elements that prevent it
from causing stomach bleeding without compromising its analgesic properties.
plant extracts offer a complex of active substances which act in synergy and offer full
spectrum therapeutic action.
This is the main difference between total extracts - or holistic extracts - and standardised extracts which are modified to act more like a pharmaceutical drug.
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