Welcome, we OEM manufacturer wholesale price

Anti-inflammatory effects of glutathione

Author: GSHWORLD Release time: 2023-08-28 Column: Product News

 

Pulmonary inflammation is the most common lung disease. Bronchitis, pneumonia, and asthma co-infection are all inflammatory processes. Many traditional treatments try to reduce this inflammatory response. The inflammatory response itself can generate many harmful free radicals, therefore, antioxidants should be an adjunct in traditional treatment, an article by Morris et al. titled Implications of Glutathione in Lung Disease and Its Treatment A role for antioxidant therapy is suggested in , which cites much evidence to support the value of this therapy.


In lung tissue, the balance of oxidation and anti-oxidation is very fragile. The oxidative load in the lung tissue is heavy. Firstly, many oxygen free radicals are produced during oxygen exchange; secondly, the leukocytes on the alveolar membrane (the place where oxygen is exchanged) have a vigorous metabolism to resist invading microorganisms and chemical substances, and release a large amount of oxidation products; finally, some enter the respiratory tract Pollutants such as almonds also produce large amounts of free radicals.


When white blood cells encounter bacteria, they release highly corrosive substances called peroxides. This is a biochemical war in which white blood cells and the tissues around them use glutathione to defend themselves. If the oxidation reaction is too strong or the glutathione level is too low, it will inevitably cause tissue damage. Glutathione is the body's most important natural antioxidant.

GSH (2).jpg

Glutathione can also effectively support exogenous antioxidants such as vitamin E and C. Exogenous antioxidants cannot be formed naturally in the body, but need to be obtained from the outside world. They need to work with glutathione to eliminate free radicals.


Normally, the body's tissues and organs must manufacture glutathione by ingesting foods that contain glutathione precursors. However, the endothelial cells of the respiratory tract can directly absorb glutathione. To meet their requirements for higher levels of glutathione. Topical application of glutathione aerosol successfully treats many lung diseases such as adult respiratory distress syndrome, pulmonary fibrosis.


Normally, the body's tissues and organs must manufacture glutathione by ingesting foods that contain glutathione precursors. However, the endothelial cells of the respiratory tract can directly absorb glutathione. To meet their requirements for higher levels of glutathione. Topical application of glutathione aerosol successfully treats many lung diseases such as adult respiratory distress syndrome, pulmonary fibrosis.


*Special note - This article is for informational purposes only and cannot replace a doctor's treatment diagnosis and advice. It should not be regarded as a recommendation or proof of efficacy of the medical products involved. If it involves disease diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation, please be sure to go to a professional medical institution to seek professional advice.

 

Tag: Glutathione GSH

GSH BIO-TECH API Pharmaceutical Intermediates Cosmetic Raw Materials, GSH World