Phellinus Linteus Mushroom Diet Supplement
Type: diet supplement
Mushroom: Phellinus linteus (black hoop mushroom)
Latin name: Phellinus linteus
Quantity of capsules: 90
Extract content: 500 mg per capsule - 30% Polysaccharides
Characteristics acc. TCM:
- Energy: cold
- Taste: slightly bitter
- Channels entered: Liver, Stomach, Large intestine
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Phellinus linteus (Chinese Sanghuang, Czech Ohnovec) is a therapeutic mushroom that has anti-inflammatory properties, helps to strengthen immunity and has a positive effect on the digestive system. It is also used in anti-cancer therapy and for skin problems such as eczema.
Phellinus linteus is used in supporting the treatment of tumor, mainly in lung, breast, prostate, skin and digestive system cancers - stomach, liver, gall bladder, esophagus, duodenum and colon. This mushroom helps to stimulate immunity in the body and has antiviral and antibacterial properties.
Anti-inflammatory effect and support for the digestive system
According to Chinese medicine, Phellinus linteus can also cool and cleanse the so-called Moist. Hot. This property is quite unique, therefore it is ideal for supporting the treatment of inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and other Damp Heat lesions such as: heartburn, ulcers, relapse, rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn's disease.
Phellinus linteus also supports the digestive process and intestinal peristalsis, therefore it is suitable as a support in such ailments as: bloating, diarrhea, reflux, ulcers, nausea, anorexia or slow metabolism, as well as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.
It is a very widely used mushroom in traditional Chinese medicine and, among other mushrooms, it stands out for its remarkable ability to remove Shi Re (damp heat) from the body and break down Xue Yu (blood stagnation). It achieves this thanks to its cold nature and bitter taste.
- Helps to relieve pain (rheumatoid arthritis)
- Helps to stimulate immunity in the body and has antiviral and antibacterial properties
- It is used in anti-cancer therapy
- It is used as an adjunct to chemotherapy or radiotherapy
- Has an anti-inflammatory effect
- Supports the treatment of severe diarrhea with infections
- Supports digestive processes
- Supports the treatment of diarrhea, heartburn, flatulence, nausea, ulcers and reflux
- Helps with gingivitis and bad breath (from excess heat)
- Used in inflammatory skin conditions (eczema, skin lesions)
- Used for allergies and asthma
- Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis
Properties acc. to Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Cleans Shi Re (Damp Heat)
- cools Wei Re (stomach fire)
- removes Tan (mucus)
- revives Xue (Blood) and breakes down Xue Yu (Blood stasis)
- thermals: cold
- taste: slightly bitter
- tropism: liver, stomach, large intestine
1 capsule contains 500 mg of Phellinus Linteus extract, 30% Polysaccharides
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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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...
Phellinus linteus has been known in Asia for millennia and is part of traditional medicine. It is also mentioned in the most famous Chinese herbarium, Shennong, which began in the Han Dynasty around 200 B.C. A Pharmacopoeia written by Quan Zhen during the Tang Dynasty describes the use of Phellinus linteus in traditional Chinese medicine.
To this day, the mushroom has retained its popularity and is still widely used, not only in Chinese traditional medicine, but also in many clinical trials.
In other works, such as the Chinese Bencao Gangmu (Compendium of Materia Medica) written by Shi-Zhen Li during the Ming Dynasty, Phellinus linteus was described as a Zang Fu (internal organ) enhancing mushroom. Among other mushrooms, it stands out for its remarkable ability to remove Shi Re (damp heat) from the body and break down Xue Yu (blood stasis). It achieves this thanks to its cold nature and bitter taste.