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Type: diet supplement

Ingredients: 

  • He Shou Wu (Rad. Polygoni multiflori), Di Huang (Rad. rehmaniae), Nu Zhe Zi (Sem. ligustri), Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum), Sang Ji Sheng (Loranthi ramulus), Gou Qi Zi (Fruc. lycii), Polyporus (Polyporus umbellatus)

Quantity of capsules: 90

Extract content: 500 mg in a capsule

Product code: O102
Manufacturer:MycoMedica
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Price:
zł145.00

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Product description

MycoHair, the composition of medicinal mushrooms and Chinese herbs, based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It was created with a thought of hair condition - it helps to strengthen it and improve its growth.

According to Chinese medicine, quality of hair depends on the condition of a liver and kidneys. A deficiency of Liver Blood and Essence or Kidney Yin can cause hair loss or premature graying. The most important ingredients of the composition are Reishi, Polyporus, He Shou Wu (multi-flower knotweed) and Di Huang (rehmania glutinosa), which help to strengthen hair and stimulate its growth.

Benefits of particular ingredients

He Shou Wu (Knotweed Root) affects the thickness and quality of the hair and prevents premature graying. Its main effects are strengthening Shen Jing (Kidney Essence) and Gan Xue (Liver Blood), which is mainly used for hair loss, poor quality hair or premature graying. He Shou Wu also helps to moisturize dry hair. 

Shu Di Huang (rehmania glutinosa) strengthens He Shou Wu's effects related to nourishing the hair.

The rest of the herbs combined with knotweed root nourishes Gan (Liver) and Shen (Kidneys).

Polyporus helps to stimulate hair growth even in hairless areas and has active compounds that prolong the growth phase. 

Reishi helps to supply the hair follicles with nutrients.

Properties acc. to Traditional Chinese Medicine

- invigorates Gan Xue (liver blood)

- replenishes Shen Yin (kidneys Yin)

- replenishes the essence of kidneys Jing

Quality & safety

The herbs 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. 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.

Dosage

2-6 capsules a day.

Ingredients

Composition in 1 capsule:

He Shou Wu (Rad. Polygoni multiflori), Chinese knotweed, root tuber extract 5:1 – 120 mg

Di Huang (Rad. rehmaniae), Rehmania glutinosa – untreated root extract 5:1 – 100 mg

Nu Zhe Zi (Sem. ligustri), Chinese privet – seed extract 5:1 – 100 mg

Ganoderma, Ganoderma lucidum – fructification extract 5:1 – 50 mg

Sang Ji Sheng (Loranthi ramulus), Taxillus chinensis – twig extract 5:1 – 50 mg

Gou Qi Zi (Fruc. lycii), Lycium chinense – fruit extract 5:1 – 50 mg

Polyporus, Polyporus umbellatus – fructification extract 5:1 – 30 mg  

Note!

When using the MycoHair 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

Application
For women
Application
Hair and beauty
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