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What is resveratrol for?
Jan 07, 2022

As an important plant antitoxin, resveratrol has a variety of medical and health care effects. In recent years, it has received extensive and in-depth research in the fields of health care products, food, medicine, and plant physiology at home and abroad.

1 Anti-tumor effect

Among the various pharmacological effects of resveratrol, the most striking is its anti-tumor effect. Its anti-tumor effect is manifested as an inhibitory effect on the three stages of tumor initiation, promotion, and development. Resveratrol can antagonize human lung cancer, breast cancer, gastric cancer, liver cancer, leukemia, and other tumor cells to varying degrees through various mechanisms.

Antibacterial and anti-tumor.

2 Protective effect on the cardiovascular system

The protective effect of resveratrol on the cardiovascular system has attracted more and more people's attention, mainly from reducing myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury, dilating blood vessels, and anti-atherosclerosis.

3 Anti-oxidation and anti-free radical effects

Resveratrol has significant antioxidant and anti-free radical effects. Studies have shown that resveratrol has a good effect on the prevention and treatment of oxidative stress-related to aging.

4. Antibacterial and antiviral effects

Resveratrol has the effect of inhibiting the replication of human cytomegalovirus DNA and blocking cell signals induced by the virus.

5 Hepatoprotective effect

Lipid peroxides in higher animals have a damaging effect on the liver. Studies have found that resveratrol has a strong inhibitory effect on lipid peroxidation, and can effectively reduce lipids in serum and liver, thereby inhibiting lipid peroxidation. The accumulation of oxides in the liver reduces liver damage.

6 Effects on metabolism

Resveratrol can inhibit 17β-estradiol-induced tumor growth and progesterone receptor expression in MCF-7 cells and can regulate a variety of autocrine growth regulators and/or their receptors in breast cancer cells In the expression. Cell culture, animal experiments, and human experiments have confirmed to varying degrees that resveratrol and its glycosides play an endogenous estrogen-like effect in the balance of bone metabolism.

7 Protective effects on the nervous system

Resveratrol has a certain neuroprotective effect on primary neuronal cells and endothelial cells cultured in vitro and has a protective effect on nerve damage caused by hypoxia and poisons.

8 Anti-inflammatory effect

Resveratrol has a good anti-inflammatory effect on acute and chronic inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory mechanism may be related to inhibiting the migration of white blood cells, reducing exudation, eliminating oxygen free radicals, inhibiting lipoxygenase, cyclooxygenase metabolites, and prostate. The production of inflammatory factors such as PG interferes with the metabolism of arachidonic acid, and exerts anti-inflammatory effects; resveratrol can significantly inhibit the activity of cyclooxygenase-1 (COX-1) and reduce COX-1 and The expression level of COX-2 thus reducing the production of pro-inflammatory mediators.

9 Immunomodulatory effect

Resveratrol can double-regulate the proliferation of CD8+ and CD4+ T lymphocytes induced by anti-CD3 and anti-CD28. Low concentration promotes proliferation and high concentration inhibits proliferation. It has the same effect on the proliferation of CTL cells and the activation of NK cytotoxic activity.

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