The study of Alzheimer’s has been ongoing for many years and it affects an estimated 18 million people worldwide. Alzheimer’s is expected to double to 34 million by 2025 as the global population ages. Research has shown, there is not exact cure for it, but there are various ways to slow down the process. Through herbal therapy, ginkgo biloba (Ginko biloba) extract is said to alleviate the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s. By consuming 80 to 120 mg, three times a day, it can help with deterioration of short-term memory, depression, absentmindedness, anxiety, dizziness, inability to concentrate, confusion, and ringing in the ears.