What is Resveratrol?

- Jul 25, 2019-

Polygonum cuspidatum is one of the plants of the family Polygonaceae.Resveratrol is from it. Polygonum cuspidatum was originally grown in East Asia and is widely distributed in China. Polygonum cuspidatum is used in traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese medicine to treat a variety of diseases, including mold infections, various skin inflammations, cardiovascular diseases and liver diseases. Resveratrol and emodin are the main functional components of Polygonum cuspidatum.

The main functions of resveratrol are as follows:

1. Antipyretic and analgesic effects

Resveratrol exerts therapeutic effects in a number of different ways, which exhibit some antipyretic and analgesic activity.

2. Anti-cancer, anti-mutation ability

As an antioxidant, an anti-mutation agent and an anti-inflammatory agent, resveratrol shows a chemopreventive ability against cancer. Resveratrol also inhibits protein tyrosine kinase, a substance that catalyzes tyrosine phosphorylation.

3. Prevention of heart and liver damage

It also promotes aspartate aminotransferase and alanine aminotransferase levels by inhibiting fatty liver peroxidation in mice. Analysis of these two enzymes in serum gives good diagnostic information for heart and liver damage. 

4. Antithrombotic function

Resveratrol prevents the formation of blood clots in blood vessels. It also inhibits the accumulation of platelets after treatment with Clonidine, an antihypertensive drug.

5. Improve immune system activity in wound therapy

Resveratrol also promotes burn healing by strengthening the immune system. Tests have shown that severely burned animals return to near-normal levels of neutrophil levels and neutrophil adhesion after treatment with controlled resveratrol, and prolonged survival.

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