Early research from scientists at Atlanta’s Emory University shows that extracts from Ginkgo biloba tree seeds may have antibacterial properties that could help treat certain skin infections. A reference from a 16th century traditional Chinese medicine manual, the Ben Cao Gang Mu led researchers to investigate claims that the ancient tree contained chemicals that could treat skin infections.

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