Red root (Ceanothus americanus)

Pharmacological Properties of N-095, a Drug Containing Red Ginseng, Polygala Root, Saffron, Antelope Horn and Aloe Wood

This study sought to establish a pharmacological profile for N-095, a crude drug containing red ginseng, polygala root, saffron, antelope horn and aloe wood. Our studies on rats and mice revealed...

The Pharmacologically Active Constituents of White and Red Ginseng Root

Numerous studies of a much varied nature have been conducted on the roots of Asian (Chinese or Korean) ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer, Araliaceae). Steamed and dried (red) Asian ginseng has been recognized as being appreciably more biologically active than the raw unprocessed (often scraped or peeled) and dried (white) ginseng root in some notable respects. For example: free-radical scavenging, antioxidant, "anxiolytic-like," and anti-tumor promoting activities. Much less investigation has been directed towards American ginseng (P. quinquefolius L.).

Betalains, Phase II Enzyme-Inducing Components From Red Beetroot (Beta vulgaris L.) Extracts

Abstract: Crude aqueous and ethanolic extracts of root tissue of red (Rd) and high-pigment (HP) beet (Beta vulgaris L.) strains exhibited antioxidant and phase II enzyme-inducing activities, and ...

The Color Connection

The article provides information on the meaning of several colors. It cites that the color red is associated with the first chakra called the root chakra located at the base of the spine which re...

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