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Red ginseng saponin extract attenuates murine collagen-induced arthritis by reducing pro-inflammatory responses and matrix metal by Jan Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 3:34am Ginseng, the root of Panax ginseng C. A. MEYER, has been used as a food product and medicinal ingredient. In this study, we assessed the anti-arthritic effects of red ginseng saponin extract (RGSE), including ginsenosides Rg3, Rk1 and Rg5 as major components, on a murine type II collagen (CII)-induced arthritis (CIA), which is a valid animal mode ... Read on »
Ginseng: Nature's Anti-Inflammatory? by Jan Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 12:00am Laboratory experiments have demonstrated the immunological effects of ginseng. Researchers have now shown that the herb, much used in traditional Chinese and other Asian medicine, has anti-inflammatory effects. Allan Lau led a team of researchers from the University of Hong Kong who identified seven ginseng constituents, ginsenosides, whi ... Read on »
RESEARCH: ginseng shows good results for cancer-related fatigue by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Jun 2012 9:52pm Fatigue is an ongoing subject of cancer and treatment that researchers continue to study in order to determine its origins: does fatigue derive from the cancer, from the treatment or from a combination of the two. Logically, it might seem to us who are in active treatment whether we are on biological, hormonal or cytotoxic treatment, or ... Read on »
Can ADHD be Treated with Ginseng? by Nicolas I. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 May 2009 5:03pm The Theory Behind Ginseng as an ADHD Treatment Option: Ginseng is well-regarded for its memory boosting, sleep improving, and brain-saving longevity benefits. In a general sense, it appears that it would be a good potential treatment method for ADHD and related disorders. Although successful clinical study publications on the specific use of gi ... Read on »
Ginseng Supplements May Effectively Treat Erectile Dysfunction by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:00pm Doctors Health Press, a division of Lombardi Publishing Corporation and publisher of various natural health newsletters, books, and reports, including the popular online Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin, is reporting on a new study finding that ginseng supplements may be an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction. As Doctors Health Pr ... Read on »
Tablet made from ginseng c ... by John R. Posted Thu 10 Jan 2013 8:48pm Tablet made from ginseng could boost a man's love life "showed a small but significant improvement in sexual function ".  It's no Viagra It's long been used by the Chinese as an aphrodisiac, but new research claims tablets made from ginseng really can perk up a man's love life.  A South Korean study found men with erectile dysfunction i ... Read on »
White ginseng for chronic bacterial infections have a significant defensive performance by sweethouse Posted Mon 03 Jun 2013 5:30pm   White ginseng (fungus) one kind of rare edible and medicinal mushrooms, mushroom physique tough, taste fresh, delicious and refreshing and nutritious. White ginseng (ginseng) usually sun-dried white ginseng. Araliaceae herb ginseng is the root of many years. Mainly produced in Jilin, Liaoning and Heilongjiang.   White Ginseng fungal plant fu ... Read on »
Arizona Diet Green Tea with Ginseng Review by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 20 May 2009 9:12am I am a strong proponent of only drinking water. Juice is a no-no and soda is an absolute sin. Want to lose weight and be healthy? Then don’t consume any liquid besides water, Period, no if’s and or buts. Stop being a pansy and accept the fact that water is Nature’s most perfect beverage. After water whole fruits are an excellent sourc ... Read on »
GINSENG MAY REDUCE CANCER-RELATE... by Rev. Dr. Richard B. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:22am GINSENG MAY REDUCE CANCER-RELATED FATIGUE Ginseng reduces fatigue and increases vitality in cancer patients, according to a new Mayo Clinic study, one of the first studies to evaluate a Wisconsin species of ginseng as a possible therapy for cancer-related fatigue. Many cancer patients experience extreme fatigue after diagnosis and during tre ... Read on »