Studies related to Lipid Peroxidation and Ginger

The effect of Ginger on semen parameters and serum FSH, LH & testosterone of infertile men
Effect Decrease
Trial Design cohort
Trial Length 16months
Number of Subjects 75
Sex m
Notes for this study:
Although this study is limited due to not disclosing the dosage of ginger used over the three months of treatment and not having a double blind control, ginger was associated with increases in testosterone (17.7%), follicle stimulating hormone (17.6%), luteinizing hormone (43.2%), and sperm motility (47.3%), morphology (18.4%), viability (40.7%), count (16.2%), and ejaculate volume (36.1%) with reductions in lipid peroxidation of the semen (53.7%) associated with increases in glutathione (26.7%) relative to baseline.