The gingko biloba plant is actually the last of the gingko species. They date back to the Permian Era, about 250 million years ago. Gingko bilobas belong to the gymnosperms, a class of plants. Gymnosperm translates to naked seed because the seeds aren't enclosed within a fruit bud, but instead by a cones or a seed coat.
For most gymnosperms, the male and female portions of the plant are both within one plant. Gingko biloba plants however are dioecious, meaning that the male and females are separate trees. Not many people realize, but you can actually tell a male gingko biloba plant from a female. They tend to resemble conifers. The male plant typically has more height, while the female is more slender with a wider crown.
It usually takes about 10 to 12 years for the ginkgo to grow six meters tall. It takes about 20 years for it to grow to a fully rounded shape. It takes even longer, 20 to 35 years, for the plants to pollen. Pollination occurs through the wind. The leaves of the ginkgo biloba plant are unique because they are fan-shaped and have no midrib like most plants. The leaves are usually about 5 to 8 cm wide and are similar to a Maidenhair's fern.
Gingko bilobas can live up to 1,000 years or more. The oldest reported gingko plant was 3.500 years old. This has in part to do with the plant's ability to adapt easily and doesn't have a problem growing in a variety of different types of soil and weather conditions. They are generally resistant to pests, disease, and fungus. It's even been said that these plants can withstand radioactive radiation, fire, and other types of pollution.
The gingko biloba plant has been used to help with tinnitus for ages. Although more than just this plant is usually required to see a high level of relief, it's still a viable option that should be considered by any tinnitus sufferer.
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