Hepatoprotective effects of plant polysaccharides

Studies have shown that the crude polysaccharide of Schisandra chinensis has liver-protection effect and can reduce liver damage in mice; Lycium barbarum polysaccharide can reduce the content of malondialdehyde in liver tissue. Both of these two polysaccharides can increase the content of liver glycogen, thereby increasing the body's energy. Reserves are beneficial to resist the damage to the liver caused by harmful substances.
Black fungus polysaccharide and white fungus polysaccharide can significantly prolong the formation time of specific thrombus and fibrin thrombus, indicating that they have antithrombotic effects. Tea polysaccharides also have anticoagulant and antithrombotic effects. Japanese patent reports that the salvia miltiorrhiza polysaccharide isolated from salvia miltiorrhiza can inhibit the secretion of urine protein and slow down the symptoms of liver and kidney disease. It can be made into oral or intramuscular injection preparations to reduce the adverse effects caused by long-term use of steroids such as dipyridamole or platelet inhibitors. reaction.