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Frequently Asked Questions about GinkgoSense

GinkgoSense Who should use AIM GinkgoSense?
Anyone concerned with mental acuity and vision as they age and with maintaining their overall neurological health should consider using AIM GinkgoSense

Is there anyone who should not use AIM GinkgoSense?
Pregnant and nursing women and children should not take AIM GinkgoSense

Can I take AIM GinkgoSense with other supplements or medications?
Those taking anti-clotting medication, such as Coumadin®, or using aspirin for this purpose should consult a health practitioner. You may take AIM GinkgoSense with other products.

Are there any side effects?
No significant side effects have been recorded. Nausea has been reported by some people taking ginkgo.

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