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Gastroeikes instant herbal tea


Supports stomach and intestine.

Category: Product ID: 4842



Hericium – also known as Lion’s Mane or Old Man’s Beard – is the medicinal mushroom used in this product. For the first time, a medicinal mushroom and a seaweed (Condrus crispus, used since a long time to treat gastrointestinal problems) have been successfully combined. Deglycyrrhizinated licorice has scar healing and antimicrobial properties thanks to its flavonoids: the absence of glycyrrhizin acid limits the undesirable effects on blood pressure.


Condrus Crispus favors digestion, promotes gut regular function while keeping body weight in balance. The pharmaceutical manufacturing of instant teas, with the final mixing made into a mortar is particularly accurate. Care is devoted to meet the needs of care when making the preparations: this is above all a tribute to all our customers, to make them enjoy their choice; formulations are made in small batches, all manually numbered.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Meridians: Stomach, Spleen, (Large) Intestine

Action: Yin

Associated elements: Water, Metal, Earth



  • HERICIUM ERINACEUM E.S. TIT 40% polysaccharides*
  • MSM



1 tea spoon in 250 ml of warm water, twice a day.



Hericium                                             1200 mg

Licorice (Deglycyrrhizinated)      1200 mg

Pistacia Lentiscus                            600 mg

MSM                                                    600 mg

Chondrus crispus Carrageenan  600 mg


110 g

Sealed PET vase with manually applied seal.



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