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Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's disease is a mental illness traditionally associated with aging . The immediate cause of Parkinson's disease is the death of dopamine-producing neurons in the brain .

Herbs and adaptogens to protect against Parkinson's disease

Overview of Chen2007chh offers a list of natural drugs and plants of the TČM with a potential effect against Parkinson's disease: ginseng , Ginkgo biloba , rhodno ( Polygonum ), tripterygium wilfordii triptol , Nerium indicum , Ganoderma lucidum , huperzin (from vrance, Huperzia ), promising stefolidin (from Corydalis ambigua used in TČM) and tea polyphenols / catechins.

Ginseng is very effective for Parkinson's disease

Ginseng generally protects neurons from dying, but ginsenoside Rd has been specifically described as a dopaminergic neuron-protecting agent in cell culture in vitro with experimental activation of the microglia lipopolysaccharide ( Lin2007gra ). The total ginseng extract protected the dopaminergic neurons of rats and mice from neurotoxin-inducing neurotoxin MPTP ( 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine ) and its metabolite MPP + ( VanKampen2003nag ). According to Watanabe1991epg, the ginseng water extract prevented the reduction of the number of dopamine receptors in the brain of aging rats. Overall, the effects of ginseng against Parkinson's disease are promising, but unclear. Neuroprotective effect on memory ( Zhou2012nep , Aguirremoreno2011glr ) and specifically on dopaminergic neurons was also found in glossy gloss ( Ding2010gle ).

Ginseng also provides a protective effect against portions of aging and other mental illnesses of age - dementia and Alzheimer's disease .

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