Antiallergic effect of ginseng fermented with Ganoderma lucidum

@article{Bae2008AntiallergicEO,
  title={Antiallergic effect of ginseng fermented with Ganoderma lucidum},
  author={E A Bae and Hien-trung Trinh and Young-Kyung Rhee and Young-Chul Lee and Dong-Hyun Kim},
  journal={Journal of Ginseng Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={32},
  pages={57-61}
}
Ginseng (the root of Panax ginseng CA Meyer, family Araliacease), which is used in Korea, China and Japan as a herbal medicine, was fermented with Ganoderma lucidum (GL) and their antiallergic effects were investigated. Of GLs used for fermentation, KCTC 6283 potently produced ginsenoside Rh2, followed by KFRI M101. KCTC 6532, and ginsenoside Rd, followed by KFRI M101. Oral administration of these fermented ginseng extracts inhibited allergic reactions, passive cutaneous anaphylaxis reaction… Expand

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