- Ginkgo is extinct in the wild, and has been cultivated since ~1100 by Buddhist monks.
- It plays a major role in Chinese herbal medicine.
- Its rotting seeds are variously described as “evil”, “offensive”, “disgusting”, “repulsive”, and “abominable”, comparable to the odor of vomit.
- It is very adaptable and resistant to pollution and pests.
- It may cure Alzheimer’s disease, increase circulation, reduce stress, and improve your creativity.