Ginseng & Turmeric Research
XIAO-YU XU, XIAO MENG, SHA LI, REN-YOU GAN, YA LI, HUA-BIN LI
Findings suggest that Turmeric shows anti-inflammatory, immune-regulatory, anticancer, neuroprotective and cardiovascular protective effects.
SUSAN J HEWLINGS, DOUGLAS S KALMAN
Research suggests that Turmeric can help in the management of oxidative and inflammatory conditions, metabolic syndrome, arthritis, anxiety, and hyperlipidemia. It may also help in the management of exercise-induced inflammation and muscle soreness, thus enhancing recovery and subsequent performance in active people.
NOËL M ARRING, DENISE MILLSTINE, LISA A MARKS, LILLIAN M NAIL
Research shows that there is modest support for Ginseng as a treatment for fatigue. Both American and Asian Ginseng may be viable treatments for fatigue in people with chronic illness.
ZUBAIR AHMED RATAN, SOO HYUN YOUN, YI-SEONG KWAK, CHANG-KYUN HAN, MOHAMMAD FAISAL HAIDERE, JIN KYEONG KIM, HYEYOUNG MIN, YOU-JUNG JUNG, HASSAN HOSSEINZADEH, SUN HEE HYUN, JAE YOUL CHO
Results reveal that Ginseng has been shown to enhance host immunity both actively and passively, demonstrating promising beneficial effects with lower toxic effects and potential adaptogenic effects on the immune system.