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Ginseng, also known as yellow ginseng, stick hammer, blood ginseng, human title, ghost cap, god grass, soil essence, goblin, jellyfish, scallop, ginseng is a perennial herb. The elegant names of ancient ginseng were called Huang Jing, Goblin, and God Grass. Ginseng is known as the "King of Herbs"
Ginseng can regulate the central nervous system, improve the process of excitement and inhibition of the brain, and make it tend to balance; it can improve the ability of mental and physical work, and has the effect of anti-fatigue. Ginseng can strengthen the excitement process of the cerebral cortex, and can strengthen the inhibition process of the cerebral cortex. With triol ginsenoside Rgl and glycol ginsenoside Rbl as the main effective ingredients, the mechanism is related to promoting the synthesis of brain tissue protein and RNA.
The effective components in ginseng that enhance memory are ginsenosides, mainly ginsenosides Re, Rb1 and Rg1. Experiments show that ginsenosides can promote the learning and memory processes of normal rats, and can significantly improve the memory impairment of rats caused by electric shock.
Ginseng can increase myocardial contractility, slow down heart rate, increase cardiac output and coronary blood flow, and can resist myocardial ischemia and arrhythmia. It has certain effects on heart function, cardiovascular and blood flow. Ginseng has obvious hypoxia resistance and can effectively regulate sinus arrhythmia. Ginsenosides have the effects of reducing blood viscosity, lowering erythrocyte sedimentation rate, anti-platelet aggregation, anti-coagulation, anti-thrombosis, and can accelerate lipid metabolism, and have the effect of significantly lowering cholesterol. Small doses of ginseng can slightly increase the blood pressure of anesthetized animals, and large doses can decrease blood pressure. Tests have proved that ginseng has the effect of enhancing the function of animal heart and can improve myocardial weakness during ventricular fibrillation.