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Type: diet supplement

Mushroom: Maitake / Hen of the Woods

Latin name: Grifola frondosa

Quantity of capsules: 90

Extract content: 500 mg in a capsule - 50% Polysaccharides

Characteristics acc. TCM:

  • Energy: neutral
  • Taste: sweet
  • Channels entered: Lungs, Kidneys, Large intestine 
Product code: O44B


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Maitake is a mushroom used in Chinese medicine to support the metabolism of the immune and circulatory systems.

According to historical accounts, Maitake is called the "dancing mushroom" because of the exult when it was found.

for women, it is used to support the treatment of breast cancer and in case of weakened functioning of the bladder. This is called a "protective" mushroom for the elderly as it helps to strengthen the Kidneys and Liver.

Additionally, Maitake is used in such ailments as: diabetes, edema, urinary incontinence, ascites, obesity, the accumulation of damp and hemorrhoids.

Maitake with 50% polysaccharides and a guaranteed minimum content of 20% beta-1,3 / 1,6 D-glucans is the Maitake extract with the highest concentration of mushroom beta-glucans on the market. Beta-glucans are the main active substances of vital fungi.

Maitake with 50% polysaccharides is used in acute conditions where intensive stimulation of the immune system is needed.


- supports the immune system

- supports metabolism

- supports circulation

- supports the functioning of the bladder

- used in the treatment of breast, lung, liver and prostate cancer

- HIV and associated infections

- jaundice, diabetes, osteoporosis

- obesity and hypertension

Characteristics acc. to Traditional Chinese Medicine

- temperature: neutral

- taste: sweet

- tropism: Lungs, Kidneys, Large Intestine

- Maitake replenisher the Spleen and its Qi, drains Moisture, tones the Kidneys and Liver, cools the Heat and calms the mind.


1 capsule (500 mg) - Maitake fruiting 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

(We invite you for a free consultation with our specialist via e-mail

Country of manufacture

Czech Republic

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...

Circulatory system
For women
Rheumatism and osteoporosis
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