Epidemiological Study On ?Naga Ginseng? | 12947
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Epidemiological Study on ?Naga Ginseng?

International Conference on Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics

James Smerq

Accepted Abstracts: Epidemiol

DOI: 10.4172/2161-1165.S1.004

N aga Ginseng is a different unlike other kind of ginseng available in the World. The color is yellow and size is large. During the first year of seed germination, it has bulb like tuberous root thereafter the root run forward like adventitious roots appearing wrinkles on its body. In the light of experimental results, two case-control studies and one cohort study were conducted to confirm whether Naga ginseng has any anticarcinogenic effect on human cancers. These findings strongly suggest that Naga Ginseng discovered from the mountain of Nagaland (North East, India) has non- organ specific, cancer preventive effects against various cancers. To investigate the active components for cancer prevention, several fractions of fresh and yellow ginseng and four semi-synthetic ginsenoside Rh1, Rh2, Rg3 and Rg5, the major saponin components in yellow ginseng, were prepared among the ginsenosides. By using model, Rg3 and Rg5 showed statistically significant reduction of lung tumor incidence and Rh2 had a tendency to decrease the incidence. In conclusion, these results strongly suggested that Naga Ginseng discovered from the mountain of Nagaland is a non-organ specific cancer preventive against human cancers and also indicated that the anticarcinogenicity or human cancer preventive effect of ginseng is due to ginsenoside Rg3, Rg5 and Rh2.
James Smerq is a highly qualified man with multiple Ph.D./Doctorate degrees, respected as a "man of reputation", having tremendous experiences in various fields. He has published many research articles in international journals/magazines. He started his carrier by opening a private college then further established many business firms. He is also expert in decision making and solution providing in any emergency and critical issues or policy adoptions. Various high level organizations, public leaders, communities including religious societies always seek his valuable advice(s). He is founder of IWWET Society (Cancer research center) which pushed himself into a creative social movement and committed towards helping needy and poor people in the societies.