Cardiovascular System

Adaptogenic extracts have a favourable influence on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, providing important support for people carrying out physical workloads. For example, athletes receiving Aralia mandshurica and working out heavily experienced a lower demand on the cardiovascular system. In another observation of shift workers in the Siberian gas industry, the favourable influence of Eleutherococcus on the dynamics of the cardiovascular system and its protective effects during severe climatic and working conditions were also registered.
 
Adaptogens render a marked cardio-protective effect during painful emotional stress, contributing to a reduction in the adrenore-activity of the heart and the degree of stress damage to the myocardium.

 

Researchers Institutes
M.L. Kolomievsky    
N.I. Pirogov
Second Medical Institute
Moscow, Russia
L.G. Khetagorova    
Yu. A. Romanov
Department of Pathology and Physiology
N.I. Pirogov Medical Institute
Moscow, Russia
Z. Yongxin               
Y. Kedong
National Institute for Pharmaceutical Control of Biological Products
Beijing, China
Yu. B. Lishmanov    
L.V. Maslova
Lab. Radionucl. Method
Res. All‑Union Cardiol Sci. Centre
Tomsk, Russia
T.N. Afanas’eva       
A.A. Krivchik  
Minsk Medical Institute
Minsk, Byelorussia
D.I. Dyakov  Khabarovsk Medical Institute
Khabarovsk, Russia
A.P. Shornikov         
S.V. Sokolov 
Laboratory of Medical‑Biological Problems of the Far North
Surgut, Russia