Ginseng for Liver Injury: Friend or Foe?
AbstractPanax sp., including Panax ginseng Meyer, Panax quiquifolius L., or Panax notoginseng (Burk.) FH Chen, have been used as functional foods or for traditional Chinese medicine for diabetes, inflammation, stress, aging, hepatic injury, and cancer. In recent decades, a number of both in vitro and in vivo experiments as well as human studies have been conducted to investigate the efficacy and safety of various types of ginseng samples and their components. Of these, the hepatoprotective and hepatotoxic effects of ginseng and their ginsenosides and polysaccharides are reviewed and summarized. View Full-Text
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Kim, Tae-Woo. 2016. "Ginseng for Liver Injury: Friend or Foe?" Medicines 3, no. 4: 33.
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