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MycoAir II Diet supplement

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Type: diet supplement

Composition: Cordyceps, Reishi, Huangqi, Baizhu, Fangfeng, Kushen, WuWeizi

Quantity of pills: 180

Product code: O74


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Product description

MycoAir II is a dietary supplement containing a unique composition of Chinese mushrooms and medicinal plants, prepared according to the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The combination of astragalus, atractylis and ledebouriella supports the immune system. These three herbs have been coexisting for centuries and they form the herb combination called Nefrit Windbreak. Old masters used this name to honour the excellent effect of the herbs on natural defences of the organism.


- Reishi - the most commonly used Chinese mushroom for cough, asthma and shortness of breath.

- Cordyceps - fungus that helps to increase the efficiency of the lungs and adds energy.

- Huan Qi - astragalus root strengthens protective Qi and Lung Qi (used for frequent colds and shortness of breath)

- Bai zhu - Large-headed Atractylodium rhizome strengthens the body's defenses

- Fang feng - ledebouriel - helps to extinguish internal Wind and dispels the Dump

- Ku shen - Shupine (Sofora), Root - helps to cleanse the heat and disperse the Wind

- Wu Wei zi - Chinese lemon tree - helps to stimulate the Qi circulation in the lungs and stop chronic coughing and shortness of breath.


Supports respiratory system

Supports the body during infections such as colds or runny nose

Helps to reduce the risk of the attack of allergy or asthma

Helps fight hay fever

Properties acc. to Traditional Chinese Medicine 

Replenishes Qi

Invigorates Blood

Transforms Mucus

Supports and nourishes the essence of Kidneys

Replenishes Kidneys Yang and Ming men

Supports Lungs Yin

Calms the Mind

Supports protective Qi

Quality & Safety

The mushrooms used for MycoMedica dietary supplements are grown in the Chinese provinces of Fujian and Jiangxi, untouched by civilization, famous for their unspoiled nature. Mushrooms 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. In the same laboratories the mushrooms are also tested to make sure that they contain only high-quality mushroom polysaccharides, which guarantee their health-promoting properties.


6 pills 2 times a day 2 (children from 3 up to 12 years 3 pills 2 twice a day). When used as a support for seasonal allergies, it is recommended to use it 3 months before the start of the season. Use on empty stomach (20 minutes before a meal or 30 minutes after), drink it with water or light tea.


Composition of 1 capsule:

Cordyceps CS-4 or caterpillar fungus (Cordyceps sinensis), 30% extract – 50mg

Reishi or lingzhi mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum), 30% extract – 99mg

Huang Qi or Astragalus (Radix astragali) – 66mg

Bai Zhu or atractylis (Rhizoma atractylodis) – 34mg

Fang Feng or ledebouriella (Radix ledebouriellae) – 34mg

Ku Shen or shrubby sophora (Radix sophorae) – 34mg

Wu Wei Zi or magnolia berry (Fructus schisandrae) – 16mg

excipients: microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, colloidal silicon dioxide


When using MycoAir II dietary supplement, remember that dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute (replacement) for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

The product is not intended for children under 3 years of age, pregnant women and breastfeeding women. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store in a dry place out of the reach of children.

The product does not contain ephedrine, caffeine, gluten, preservatives, dyes or sugar.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) terms are capitalized and do not mean the same as in Western nomenclature. For example, in TCM, "Spleen" is not an anatomical organ, as in Western medicine, but a functional circuit.

Country of manufacture

Czech Republic

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