GINKGO BILOBA is Banned in Norway

Written By Remedy Talk on Thursday, 9 February 2017 | 07:13

Ginkgo Biloba is no longer allowed in Norway

HR23+ is distributed to over 50 countries around the world, with Norway being one of them. Our supplement is very popular in Scandinavia, and Norway in particular.
We should advise all customers from Norway that we have had some parcels returned to our office that were sent to customers in Norway. The apparent reason being, that ginkgo biloba (of which exists in our supplement) does not meet the health standards of the Norwegian supplements laws, and therefore is not allowed in the country.

We are not exactly sure why this is the case, but we will update you further, as and when we know. But, for now, we will be stopping all orders to Norway until this matter is resolved.


How Does Ginkgo Biloba Help Prevent Hair Loss? 

Hair follicles need a regular supply of oxygen and nutrients for growth. Ginkgo biloba, which is believed to improve blood flow to the head, thus delivering a consistent supply of these two essential elements to follicles, could help with hair loss. 

A 2011 pilot study examining the effect of ginkgo biloba extract on cerebral blood flow concluded the extract could have positive effects. The small study required nine healthy men to take 60mg of ginkgo biloba extract twice daily. The participants’ cerebral blood flow was then monitored through regular scans with results finding a small but significant effect on circulation
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