In the rat study, the last week of prenatal pregnancy, the researchers fed mice with 300mg/kg-weight doses of ginseng extract, and after 30 minutes the mice underwent a series of stresses, including imprisonment, temporary starvation, forced swimming, exposure to extreme cold air and changes in daytime and night. The results showed that the pressure response of rats fed ginseng extracts was 51.38% lower than in the control group. The study also found that ginseng extracts can make mouse pups have lower stress-related behavioral abnormalities such as depression and schizophrenia. This suggests that ginseng plays a responsive role in the gene expression associated with the control of nerve formation.
The researchers said the study used complex pressure models to confirm the effects of ginseng's stress, helping researchers to focus more on the nervous system and stress protection of ginseng, while helping to boost the growth of the ginseng market.
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