人参可以杀死肿瘤?

Can Ginseng Kill Tumors?

 

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By Dr.Blaylock

2018626

 

大量的研究已经在活体动物中使用了诱导肿瘤或植入人体肿瘤。这些研究表明人参具有显著的预防作用,并能抑制肿瘤的生长、侵袭和转移。

 

在一项对人类癌症的研究中,研究人员发现,几种人参,包括白参提取物(西洋参)和韩国红参粉末及提取物,对人体多种癌症具有抑制作用。

 

对人参抗癌作用敏感的肿瘤包括:

•唇

•口腔

•咽

•喉

•肺

•食道

•胃

•肝

•胰腺

•卵巢

•结肠直肠癌

 

 

在另一项研究中,人参粉末和提取物——但不是茶、人参根或果汁——显著抑制了癌症的发展。

 

最大的抑制是由韩国红参引起的,它能减少80%的癌症。

 

人参最令人印象深刻的作用之一是它能防止肿瘤的侵袭和转移,特别是对黑素瘤和肺癌。

 

在一项研究中,韩国红参抑制了黑色素瘤和一种通常高度转移的特殊类型肺癌的转移。

 

我注意到,口服西洋参会使其中一种成分转化为一种名为M1的化合物。

一项关于肿瘤侵袭和转移的研究发现,M1产物(由结肠中的细菌产生)强烈抑制黑素瘤向肺部的转移。

在人参中发现的原始未代谢化合物并不能抑制转移。

这表明在这种情况下口服人参比静脉注射好。

 

在预防和治疗癌症方面,西洋参在某些方面可能优于中国人参。

 

人参最引人注目、最重要的抗癌作用,或许是它能抑制癌症扩散或转移,而转移正是癌症致命的原因。

 

一个与癌细胞扩散能力相关的过程被称为上皮间充质转化(EMT)

这意味着阻止癌细胞扩散的正常屏障消失,癌细胞就会进入淋巴系统和血管。

 

研究表明,细胞信号因子转化生长因子-1 (TGF-beta1)驱动EMT。大韩红参能有效抑制TGF-beta1,从而抑制癌症扩散。

 

在人类研究中,最引人注目的癌症破坏是同时使用多种草药,包括几种人参。

 

人参的临床研究大多发生在该病的最后阶段。有人认为,在疾病的整个过程中使用人参,效果最好。

 

大韩红参、西洋参均能减少化疗药物对心脏、肾脏和听力神经的损伤,提高化疗药物对癌症的疗效。

 

最后,一项针对晚期非小细胞肺癌患者的临床研究发现,大红参联合化疗显著提高了患者的生活质量、心理状态和身体状况,降低了化疗的毒性。

 

人参还能降低吸烟者患癌症的风险。

 

Can Ginseng Kill Tumors?

By Dr. Blaylock

Tuesday, 26 June 2018 04:25 PMCurrent | Bio | Archive

 

A great number of studies have used induced tumors in living animals or implanted human tumors. These studies demonstrated the remarkable preventive effects of ginseng, as well as suppression of cancer growth, invasion, and metastasis.

 

In one study of human cancers, it was shown that several forms of ginseng, including white ginseng extract (Panax ginseng) and Korean red ginseng powder and extract, inhibited a number of types of cancer in people.

 

Tumors that were sensitive to ginseng suppression included cancers of the:

 

Lip

 

Oral cavity

 

Pharynx

 

Larynx

 

Lung

 

Esophagus

 

Stomach

 

Liver

 

Pancreas

 

Ovary

 

Colorectum

 

In another study, ginseng powders and extracts — but not teas, slices of ginseng root, or juices — significantly suppressed cancer development.

 

The greatest inhibition was caused by Korean red ginseng, which reduced cancer by 80 percent.

 

One of the most impressive effects of ginseng was its ability to prevent tumor invasion and metastasis, especially for melanomas and lung cancer.

 

In one study, Korean red ginseng inhibited metastasis from melanomas and a special type of lung cancer that is normally highly metastatic.

 

I noted that taking Panax ginseng orally resulted in one of its components being converted into a compound labeled M1.

 

One study on tumor invasion and metastasis found that the M1 product (which is generated by bacteria in the colon) powerfully inhibited metastasis of melanomas to the lungs.

 

The original, unmetabolized compound found in the ginseng did not inhibit metastasis.

 

This demonstrates that in this case taking the ginseng orally is better than getting it intravenously.

 

American ginseng may be superior in some ways to Panax ginseng in preventing and treating cancers.

 

Perhaps the most spectacular and important anticancer effect of ginseng is the ability to inhibit cancer spread, or metastasis, which is what makes cancer deadly.

 

One process that is related to the ability of cancer cells to spread is what is called epithelial mesenchymal transition, or EMT.

 

What this means is that the normal barrier to cancer cell spread is lost, which allows cancer cells to enter the lymphatic system and blood vessels.

 

Studies have shown that a cell-signaling factor called transforming growth factor beta-1 (TGF-beta1) drives EMT. Korean red ginseng powerfully inhibits TGF-beta1, thus inhibiting cancer spread.

 

The most spectacular cancer destruction in human studies has been achieved when multiple herbs, including several species of ginseng, were used.

 

Most clinical studies of ginseng have occurred in the final stages of the disease. It has been suggested that the best results are seen when ginseng is used throughout the course of the disease.

 

Korean red ginseng and Panax ginseng both reduce heart, kidney, and hearing nerve damage caused by chemotherapy agents, and enhance the effectiveness of those agents against cancer.

 

Finally, one clinical study of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer found that combining Korean red ginseng with the chemotherapy treatments significantly improved the quality of life scores, psychological status, and physical condition, and reduced the toxicity of chemotherapy.

 

Ginseng also lowered cancer risk in smokers.

https://www.newsmax.com/health/dr-blaylock/cancer-ginseng-lymph-blood-vessels/2018/06/26/id/868466/