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Ginkgo for Tinnitus - Does It Help with Ringing in the Ear?



Thinking of using ginkgo for tinnitus?


ginseng for fatigueTinnitus is commonly known as ringing in the ear. The person suffering from this condition may hear in one ear roaring, whistling, hissing, buzzing or ringing noises.

These noises are hear either continuously, intermittently and they may or may not be synchronized with their heartbeat.

The noise level might be very soft to very loud. Usually, tinnitus is caused by Meniere's disease, inner ear infection, work-related hearing loss, wax buildup or trauma to the ear. However, many cases of tinnitus occur without any underlying causes.

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Ginkgo for Tinnitus - How It Works

Earlier studies done in France show that ginkgo provided relief from tinnitus.

Experts suspect that this popular herb works to improve blood circulation to the inner ear, supports the nerves responsible for hearing and protects against age-related free radicals that damage nerve cells.

However, recent well-designed clinical studies show that ginkgo is no better than placebo (sugar pills) even when taken for 12 weeks in treating subacute tinnitus.

In conclusion, the researchers suggest the need for additional studies involving a greater number of volunteers to verify this negative finding.

Is it worth trying? Since the exact cause of tinnitus is not known, certain causes for ringing in the ear may be treatable with ginkgo but the preliminary research studies are not promising.




Dose to Use

Take 40 mg three times daily with food for tinnitus treatment. Results may take from 6 to 12 weeks to appear. For concentrated formulations, see the direction provided by the manufacturer.


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Revised: August 25, 2020

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