At Natural Origins, we only use ginkgo biloba leaves. Composed of two palm-shaped lobes, its leaves are deciduous.
In autumn, the golden foliage of ginkgo biloba is renowned for its beauty; a fascinating tree that can grow up to thirty meters tall, which does not produce flowers. In May, catkins are produced, constituting the male part of the tree. Ginkgo biloba does not actually produce flowers, but pairs of flower parts grouped together. Its ripe fruits are orange-yellow and give off an unpleasant odour.