Here are the effects that literature attributed directly to red ginseng ( ginseng radix rubra ) or extract from it. There are more than a thousand such messages; this page contains only a very small percentage of them.
- Improved liver regeneration after 40% of the experimental resection (in mixed race dogs). The control and doses of red ginseng 250mg / kg, respectively, were compared. 500mg / kg per day orally on days -1 to 7 due to surgery. Administration of red ginseng has increased the rate of liver regeneration compared to control by about 25%, which was statistically significant at the level of P = 0.05 due to the total number of 15 animals. There was no difference between 250 mg / kg and 500 mg / kg dosing. Red ginseng also had a cytoprotective effect in the histological observation of regenerating liver. ( Kwon2003ekr ) [ cytoprotective , other]
- In a clinical study, red ginseng significantly improved healing of other non-curable ulcers in diabetes and progeria (Werner syndrome). ( Morisaki1995mae ) [ diabetes, other ]
- Red ginseng, respectively. its total saponin extract significantly accelerated capillary regeneration ( in-vitro gel tubes) from the human umbilical vein endothelium. Compared to the control, the concentration of total saponin extract of red ginseng 1 μg / ml accelerated capillary growth by about 20%, a concentration of 10 μg / ml by about 100% and a concentration of 100 μg / ml by more than 300%. Total. red ginseng saponins increased secretion of tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) and decreased plasminogen activator inhibitor (PAI) levels. Overall, red ginseng saponin increased only slightly the proliferation of endothelial cells, but increased the rate of their migration in proportion to the dose, at a dose of 100μg / ml to 3 fold, thereby similar to that of fibroblast growth factor (FGF). Overall, red ginseng saponin further significantly improved the healing of skin lesions in diabetic rats - increasing the mechanical strength of the joint and the frequency of newly formed capillaries in the healing tissue. ( Morisaki1995mae ) [ cardiovascular, diabetes, other ]