Esophageal varieties are a special case of venous varices (along with varicose veins and hemorrhoids ). In the esophagus varicose veins, the situation is somewhat different from, for example , haemorrhoids , because the esophagus is inappropriately in the convectional circulation, ie the used blood is still fed to the liver. It makes sense in other parts of the digestive system, because the absorbed nutrients from the food are immediately trapped in the liver and do not blame unnecessarily all over the bloodstream. In the esophagus, however, it only leads to the pressure being increased in the esophageal veins when the liver capillaries are partially blocked (mostly due to cirrhosis). This leads to varices in the same way as any other part of the body.
Effects of ginseng associated with esophageal varices: