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지명순 ( Myoung Soon Ji ),김용진 ( Yong Jinkim ) 대전대학교 한의학연구소 2013 한의학연구소 논문집 Vol.21 No.2
Jeol-sik, (festive seasons every 15 days based on sun cycle), refers to both Korean Traditional Festival food(jeol-sik), intertwined between months, and in-season meals(si-jeol-sik) in which the ingredients used are produced in each and one of the four season. Si-jeol-sik is a kind of recommendatory food, which is combined to seasonal changes. I found that ingredients in Si-jeol-sik of spring are helpful for strengthening one``s life force. Moreover, the ingredients also reflects seasonal changes. The main ingredient of Si-jeol-sik in January(in lunar year) is rice. Rice is good for upgrading one``s stomach qi(energy). Rice continues to be used in February. In addition, some greens are included in February Si-jeol-sik as to help defecation. In March, the ingredients become diverse and abundant. The main concern in the ingredients found in March is not limited to stomach qi. These changes of ingredients are in line with the concept of ``health maintenance``, which is written in Huangdi Neijing. The writing teaches the wisdom of adaptation to nature. Si-jeol-sik``s basic idea is maybe giving people some food, which includes useful elements to help them survive through a season or the next season. They can be also explained properly by the help of five flavours theory. According to Huangdi Neijing liver is main organ of spring. So liver is more important than other organs in spring. And the most efficient way for liver is supplying sweet or sour food. Interestingly, there are many sweet elements in Si-jeol-sik of spring.
장성일 ( Sung Il Jang ),유화승 ( Hwa Seung Yoo ) 대전대학교 한의학연구소 2011 한의학연구소 논문집 Vol.19 No.2
Backgrounds: Multidisciplinary approaches including surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy are currently being performed to target various cancers in Western Medicine. However, some cancers still remain difficult to battle, which has long attracted many scientists for the discovery of new agents to fight cancers. Ginseng is one of the herbs used in Oriental Medicine including Korea, China and Japan. We have further investigated ginseng for its anticancer effect. Objective: This is a comprehensive review summary of anticancer effect of ginseng and ginsenoids as a possible agent for future cancer treatment. Methods: Data were retrieved from two web sites; www.pubmed.com and www.riss.kr, and authorized texts concerning anticancer effects of ginseng. From collected data, information on anticancer effect of ginseng was thoroughly sorted, restructured, then assessed. Results: Panax Ginseng C.A. Meyer belongs to Araliaceae Panax family, a perennial prairie plant with its root known as Ginseng Radix. Ginseng induces anticancer effect through cell cycle arrest, acceleration of apoptosis, anti-angiogenesis, and suppression of metastasis. Anticancer effect of ginseng may he due to single compound or multi-compound actions. Many studies report involvement of immune mechanisms of cytokines, Natural Killer (NK) cells, macrophages and some antibodies in enhancing anticancer effect of ginseng. In near future, possibility of applying these mechanisms into clinical trials is convinced. There were some important findings on saponin in ginsenoids in reviewing for this article; First, eradication of metastatic tumors were influenced by macrophage activation. Second, suppression of malignant melanoma cell metastasis to lung were induced by macrophage and NK cell activation in spleen with red ginseng acidic polysaccharide (RGAP). Third, final metabolites of M1, M4 had exerted anticancer effect of ginseng. Conclusion: Unknown anticancer mechanisms of ginseng have been studied for many years up until now. Ginseng is comprised of multiple bio-chemical compounds that create complex pharmaceutical interactions. Therefore, for its proper usage and safe prescription, studies on different types of ginseng and patients` susceptibility to ginseng according to their constitution and stages of the disease should be further pursued. More efforts are needed to understand the anticancer mechanisms of ginseng as well.
김양섭 ( Yang Seob Kim ),임윤경 ( Yun Kyoung Yim ) 대전대학교 한의학연구소 2014 한의학연구소 논문집 Vol.23 No.1
A 30 year old female patient suffering from metabolic syndrome, who was diagnosed with hyperglycemia, dyslipidemia and diabetes 2 years ago, was treated with Traditional Korean Medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine and tuina for one month. After the treatments, her fasting blood sugar level was remarkably decreased (from 304 ㎎/㎗to 74 ㎎/㎗). And the levels of blood lipids were decreased as well ; the level of TG was decreased from 330 ㎎/㎗to 90 ㎎/㎗, the level of total cholesterol was decreased from 217 ㎎/㎗to 111 ㎎/㎗, the level of LDL was decreased from 119 ㎎/㎗to 53 ㎎/㎗). The waist circumference was also decreased from 96 ㎝to 90.5 ㎝. Korean Medical therapies may bring a new clue for the treatment of metabolic syndrome with diabetes.
金聖勳 대전대학교 韓醫學연구소 1999 한의학연구소 논문집 Vol.8 No.1
By studying disease classifications of oriental medicine from Nei-Ching, Chao's-Bing-Yuan, Dong-Yi-Bao-Jian and Korea-standard classification of causes of disease & death. The results were obtained as follows 1. In Nei-Ching 181 kinds, Chao's-Bing-Yuan 1729 kinds, Dong-Yi-Bao-Jian 966 kinds, and Korea-standard classification of causes of disease & death 2519 kinds of diseases, which suggested more diseases as time flew. 2. In classical books such as Nei-Ching, Chaos--Bing-Yuan, and Dong-Yi-Bao--Jian most of diseases and their names were originated from six kinds of pathogenic factors, Zang-Fu, Jung-Qi-Blood-Fluid, soul, and outer-body-signs, while Korea-standard classification of causes of disease & death classified diseases according to oriental medical departments. 3. Symptoms of Cold-Heat-Excess-Deficiency and pathogenic factors, body parts, Zang-Fu were applied to names of diseases in oriental medicine. 4. In oriental medicine, some symtoms, many intermal diseases were used as disease name, but it is necessary for us to select exact name of diseases in modem clinical treatment. 5. We should consider disease names in Korea-standard classification of causes of disease & death in relations with western medical terms of diseases.