Pharmacological Effects of Ginseng

Published: Monday 08 January, 2018

Ginseng can regulate the central nervous system excitement process and inhibit the balance of the process. Through the study of the effects of ginseng on the electroencephalogram of animals, the results show that it has an effect on the excitement and inhibition of both neural processes, but mainly to enhance the excitability of the cerebral cortex. Due to the simultaneous inhibition of the process, so inhibition tends to concentrate, so that differentiation accelerated and more complete. Ginseng can regulate nerve function, so nervous nervous disorder caused by the restoration of the nerve. Ginsenosides Rb class central sedation, Rb1, Rb2, Rc mixed saponins with stability; Rg species has the central excitement. Ginsenosides on the impact of the central small dose of excitement, high-dose inhibition. Ginsenosides 5g / kg intraperitoneal injection can significantly reduce the spontaneous activity of mice. The ginseng flooding agent can also resist convulsions caused by cocaine, strychnine and pentylenetetrazole, and can reduce the convulsive mortality rate. It has been reported that both ginseng neutral saponins both sedatives and stable, but also analgesic, muscle relaxation and cooling effect.