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October 25, 2005 -- Folk and herbal remedies are often used in the hope that they will
prevent the common cold or reduce the severity and duration of
symptoms. Yet, few of these compounds are evaluated scientifically.
this study Predy and colleagues randomized 323 study subjects to
receive a proprietary ginseng ( Panax quinquefolius ) preparation or a
placebo and followed them for 4 months during the winter (September to
April). Using predetermined criteria to determine if subject-reported
symptoms were "colds," the authors found that ginseng reduced the
frequency of colds. Subjects in the ginseng group reported having 2 or
more colds less often than subjects in the placebo group (10% v. 23%).
Symptom severity and duration were also lessened.
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