Oxidative stress plays a significant role in the progression of many diseases such as the inflammatory diseases. Vital organs like kidney are endangered in the gradual process of aging owing to oxidative stress. Conditions as pyelonephritis, vasculitis, toxic nephropathies, acute renal failure, and nephritis are some of the oxidant induced kidney diseases. In these medical conditions, kaempferol has effectively treated the patient through restrained build-up of oxidative stress.
The global kaempferol market is likely to experience substantial growth during the assessment period, thanks to the growing use of kaempferol for the treatment oxidative stress. kaempferol also plays the role of a chemo preventive agent for life-threatening diseases like diabetes and cancer.
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Pharmacological Properties of Kaempferol Bolsters Demand in Market during Forecast Period
The growth of the global kaempferol market is ascribed to the countless pharmacological properties of kaempferol. Anti-proliferative activity, cell-cycle arrest, and apoptosis induction are few modes of action through which the anti-cancer characteristics of kaempferol are exhibited.
Extensive use of kaempferol in a number of medicines due to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, cytoprotective, and anti-cancer, properties is further triggering the growth of the global kaempferol market.
These days, prevalence of ovarian cancer among women has witnesses a notable rise, which is attributed to the changing lifestyle of people. Augmented consumption of alcohol, genetics, changing dietary habits are all attributed with the rising incidences of ovarian cancer amongst women. Use of Kaempferol in restraining the production of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and suppresses the cell metastasis of ovarian cancer. Such utilities offer substantial opportunities for the growth of the global kaempferol market. Kaempferol has a promising future as an agent of chemoprevention for ovarian cancers.
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Red wines, green vegetables, varieties of tea, and many fruits are rich source of kaempferol. The anti-oxidant properties of kaempferol result in prevention of viral and bacterial infections, cardiovascular diseases, and allergies.