Enoki Diet supplement
Type: diet supplement
Mushroom: Enoki mushroom / Enokitake
Latin name: Flammulina velutipes
Quantity of capsules: 90
Extract content: 500 mg in a capsule - 30% Polysaccharides
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The Japanese Enoki mushroom was considered by the ancient Egyptians to be a mushroom of immortality and reserved only for the pharaohs. Today it is cultivated all over the world and widely used due to its high content of active substances.
Enoki supports the body in the case of problems with memory, bacterial flora and in the case of insomnia.
- helps to transform Moisture, excess mucus and phlegm in the body
- calms the mind and helps with insomnia
- supports protective Qi
- has a hepatoprotective effect
- supports the bacterial microflora (useful for antibiotic therapy)
- supports the treatment of Crohn's disease, ulcers and Helicobacter pylori
- helps with white discharge
- helps to lower the fat content in the blood
- supports heart and blood vessel diseases
Characteristics acc. to Traditional Chinese Medicine
- temperature: neutral
- taste: sweet
- tropism: Stomach, Spleen
- Enoki calms the Shen (mind)
1 capsule (500 mg) - Enoki fruiting body extract, 30% polysaccharides, 4% triterpenes.
Standard dosage of MycoMedica products: 1-2 capsules daily. Increased dose 3-6 (after consulting your doctor)
The capsules should be taken on an empty stomach for 30 minutes. before a meal or 60 min. after meal.
Treatment time 2-3 months. It is recommended to take the capsules 5 days a week and then take a 2-day break
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Country of manufacture
Quality & Safety
Plants and mushrooms used for MycoMedica dietary supplements are grown in the Chinese provinces of Fujian and Jiangxi, untouched by civilization, famous for their unspoiled nature. They are tested in laboratories in Germany for the presence of pesticides, heavy metals, microorganisms, harmful fungi and radiation to make sure that they are free from them and completely safe for consumers.
A bit of history...
Enoki has also been used in the production of many anti-aging cosmetics. This is due to one of the antioxidants called ergothioneine, which helps fight free radicals and also keeps the skin hydrated and smooth. It grows saprophytically in tree clumps, near roots and on trunks. It tolerates low temperatures, even below freezing. In the 1980s, Dr. Tetsuro Ikewawa made an interesting discovery in Japan, Nagano Province. He compared a group of 7,174,000 inhabitants with a group of enoki growers who used more of it. The incidence of tumors in enoki breeders was almost 50% lower than in the rest of the people.