HIV-1 people can boost their immune system with Korean red ginseng
|HIV-1 people can boost their immune system with Korean red ginseng||Darrell Miller||02/11/19|
February 11, 2019 11:11 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: HIV-1 people can boost their immune system with Korean red ginseng
Korean red ginseng may have critically important for people infected by HIV. HIV, which weakens the immune system by targeting T helper cells, can be controlled by antiretrovirals, but these can grow less effective over time. Patients who consumed Korean red ginseng had slower annual loss of T helper cells, and these patients had a longer survival duration as a result. Dosage levels had no real impact, but taking Korean red ginseng for longer periods of time enhanced the benefits.
- Korean red ginseng, which is also called Panax ginseng, has a long history of use as a supplement for longevity.
- HIV targets the the body's T cells, causing an ongoing drop in the supply, which ultimately weakens and destabilizes the immune system.
- Research revealed that HIV-infected study subjects given Panax ginseng experienced a smaller loss of T helper cells.
"The herb displays anti-inflammatory activity and helps manage the immune system. It also contains saponins that exert adjuvant actions against inflammatory disease."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-05-hiv-1-people-can-boost-their-immune-system-with-korean-red-ginseng.html