Beljanski’s Golden Leaf of Ginkgo Biloba extract

Golden Ginkgo leaves<br/>©The Beljanski Foundation, Inc.

Golden Ginkgo leaves
©The Beljanski Foundation, Inc.

In the 80s, Dr. Mirko Beljanski became very interested in Ginkgo biloba as its leaves contain an abundance of molecules with very interesting properties. Determined not to use young green leaves as others had, he waited until the leaves had aged and synthesized different profiles of molecules, and by doing so, effectively eliminated the need for organic solvents in the extraction process. Some highly beneficial aspects of the extract include: regulation of nucleases (pathology and chemotherapy change a cells nucleus quantitatively and qualitatively); protection from side effects of gamma-radiation (powerful protective element against various side effects including fibrosis), the protection of chromosomes; and positive effect on the liver. No carcinogenic effect has ever been observed with the Golden leaf of Ginkgo Biloba extracts as shown using the Oncotest(1) (Beljanski’s sensitive assay for carcinogens), tests in mice (used extensively in studies on radiation protection) and in humans who have been using it for many years.

It is important to remember that the Ginkgo biloba extract developed by Mirko Beljanski is fundamentally different from others, due to time of maturation of the raw material and the method of extraction. The golden leaf Ginkgo biloba extract has a completely different biochemical composition than the standard green-leaf extract.

To learn more about the plant check out Golden leaf of Ginkgo Biloba monograph.

As a result of a research contract he conducted with the French army, Mirko Beljanski was also able to study protection against radiation. He showed that Golden leaf of Ginkgo Biloba’ extract had the beneficial effect of protecting the body against the negative impact of radiation (prevention and therapeutic action).


REFERENCE
Human Skin Fibrosis RNase Search for a Biological Inhibitor-Regulator. Authors : E. CAUSSE, T. NAWROCKI, M. BELJANSKIDeutsche Zeitschrift für Onkologie, 26, 5, 1994, pp. 137-139.

 

In 1996, Dr. Marcowith, friend and collaborator of Dr. Beljanski passed away, leaving behind notes on the use of Golden leaf of Ginkgo Biloba  in modern medicine. These notes were published in French in the book “Cancer: l’Approche Beljanski” and then in English in the book “Cancer’s cause, Cancer Cure” by Morton Walker.

You can now find the note of Dr. Marcowith’s protocols on our website.


REFERENCE
(1) M.Beljanski “The Regulation of DNA Replication and Transcription.” 3rd Edition, DemosMedical, New York, NY, 2013.