Endogenous Neurogenesis and Chinese Medicine's Therapeutic Potential: A Potential Stroke Treatment Candidate

Author(s): Abu Ahmed

Stroke is the most common cause of adult morbidity and mortality worldwide. Numerous preclinical studies have demonstrated that neural-stem-cell-based stroke treatments have a significant therapeutic potential. A few investigations have affirmed that the compelling parts of conventional Chinese medication can secure and keep up with the endurance, multiplication, and separation of endogenous brain undifferentiated organisms through various targets and components. As a result, a potential treatment option for stroke patients is the use of Chinese medicines to activate and encourage endogenous nerve regeneration and repair. The current understanding of neural stem cell strategies for ischemic strokes and the potential effects of Chinese medicines on neuronal regeneration are summarized in this paper.