The molecular components responsible for the beneficial effect of ginseng include ginsenosides
, which are triterpene saponins that consist of rigid steroid skeleton and sugar moieties.
I propose a combination strategy like using Vitamin C and ginsenosides
to minimize the cantharidin side effects in the patients.
1–8 on the reference fingerprints, respectively), saponins (notoginsenoside R, ginsenosides
Rb[sub]1, Rg[sub]1, and Re, etc .
This method, which is currently used in the mass production of extracts such as Ginkgo Biloba, Stevia and Ginsenosides
among others, has been specifically designed for the extraction of legal cannabis derivatives such as Cannabidiol (CBD),Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabigerol (CBG) from Marijuana or Hemp.
can also suppress neointimal hyperplasia in balloon-injury rat carotid artery model (Yu et al.
Ginseng contains saponin, ginsenosides
, essential oils, polyacetylenic alcohol, peptides, vitamins, and polysaccharides (Cheung et al.
One such example is of Ginseng, a plant source preparation and contains a number of pharmacological components like; ginsenosides
(tetracyclic triterpenoid saponins), polyphenolic compounds, acidic polysaccharides, and polyacetylenes.
It contains ginsenosides
(triterpenic saponosides), sugars (polymeric forms like polygalacturonic acid) and heteropolysaccharides, and contains 0.
Ginseng active ingredients, which are biologically active and complex, are triterpenoid saponins called ginsenosides
1,3] Its constituents consist of active compounds in all parts of ginseng plants, including ginsenosides
, amino acids, phenolics, alkaloids, polypeptides, and vitamins, and ginsenosides
are considered to be important bioactive metabolites that have various pharmacological activities.
Park, "Reduction of cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity by ginsenosides
isolated from processed ginseng in cultured renal tubular cells," Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.
ginseng that is responsible for its multifunctional properties is known as ginsenosides