CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
In the search for a formulation based on four mushrooms (Ganoderma, Cordyceps, Shiitake and Maitake) we realized there were no traditional formulas available that could satisfy us; we created Eikes + G based on the idea of synergy to offer something more to our customers and friends. The most pervasive effect of mushrooms is to safeguard and restore innate systems that have ensured survival and evolution over time without altering body balances and rhythms.
Among the most commonly used medicinal mushroom varieties, Eikes + G contains four different varieties, Ganoderma lucidum, Cordyceps sinensis, Lentinus edodes and Grifola frondosa. We deem that this association represents the optimum that can be achieved by maintaining high doses without altering the intrinsic characteristics of the mushrooms.
A constant intake of medicinal mushrooms supports the body, saturates the receptors while giving the body the ability to respond more quickly to all challenges. A beneficial effect is obtained on epigenetics and neuropeptides with Ganoderma. In our products, we are careful not to unbalance the ratio between B-Glucans and other elements, namely the Phyto-complex (fruiting body-spores-mycelium) to exploit its properties as much as possible.
Herbal teas products have been conceived and created in line with the use of medicinal mushrooms in traditional Chinese medicine, which prescribes that they always be administered with warm water or in the form of extracts. We particularly care not to unbalance the ratio between B-Glucans and the rest, namely the Phyto-complex (fruiting body-spores-mycelium). This is intended, through masterful workmanship, to highlight the characteristics of each constituent, exalting the synergies as much as possible. Eikes + G are enriched with two different extracts of Ganoderma (Reishi), the mushroom and the spores offering you what we like to define the “ultimate point of comparison” for all products on the market.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine Reishi is graded as “having a refreshing effect”; its meridians are heart, spleen, stomach, liver and lungs; it is used for its invigorating action on the Qi, to nourish the blood and soothe the mind. Thanks to its TRITERPENES, polysaccharides and nucleosides such as ADENOSINE and the traditional ability to synergize with the action of the other three mushrooms, it has always been widely used in Oriental medicine. It supports the body’s natural defenses.
the indications according to traditional Chinese medicine do not in any way want to replace western medicine and medical advice.
- CYANOPSIS TETRAGONALBA DRIED EXTRACT
- ACEROLA MALPIGHIA PUNICIFOLIA DRIED EXTRACT titrated at 20% in Vit. C.
- GANODERMA LUCIDUM REISHI DRIED EXTRACT titrated at 50% in Polysaccharides*
- GANODERMA LUCIDUM REHISHI DRIED EXTRACT Spores, titrated at 30% in Polysaccharides*
- SHITAKE LENTINUS EDULUSS titrated at 30% in Polysaccharides*
- MAITAKE GRIFOLA FRONDOSA DRIED EXTRACT titrated at 30% Polysaccharides*
- CORDYCEPS SINENSIS DRIED EXTRACT titrated at 30% in Polysaccharides*
- GLYCIRRHIZA GLABRA DGL deglycyrrhizinated*
- BOSWELLIA SERRATA DRIED EXTRACT resin (incense), titrated at 65% in Boswellic acid*
- STEVIA REBAUDIANA
- CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM CEYLON CORTEX O.E.
- PISTACIA LENTISCUS RESIN O.E.
HOW TO USE IT
1 Tea Spoon twice a day in 250 ml of lukewarm water, preferably on an empty stomach
ACEROLA 1200 mg
REISHI 900 mg
SHITAKE 900 mg
MAITAKE 900 mg
CORDYCEPS 600 mg
LICORICE 540 mg
BOSWELLIA SERRATA 160 mg
Sealed vase, with manually applied seal. Resealable.
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