CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
Spirulina is the common name of Arthrospira platensis seaweed. It ranks among “green foods” and is a fresh water algae. It is a valuable and rich source of Chlorophyll, a vegetable protein, gamma linoleic acid, carotenoids and minerals.
The well-known properties of medicinal mushrooms and algae are enclosed in a single product. The Earth with some of its most precious treasures and the Water with one of its fruits richest in active principles. It is used for its supposed antioxidant and immunomodulating activity. Furthermore, some polysaccharides apparently act common external attacks.
The effectiveness of a FORMULATION comes from the fact that it is developed from a plant or on its expected mechanism of action. Following this philosophy, Hopispharma created the GREEN EIKES formulation with SHITAKE, MAITAKE and CORDYCEPS in synergy with Spirulina, which is considered a super food containing 62% of vegetable proteins that enrich GREEN EIKES with polysaccharides, VIT-B12, minerals, β CAROTENE and CAROTENOIDS, the very precious CHLOROPHYLL and essential amino acids to support and tonify.
- CYANOPSIS TETRAGONALBA E.S.
- ACEROLA MALPIGHIA PUNICIFOLIA E.S. titrated. in 20 % Vit.C.
- ARTHROSPIRA PLATENSIS SPIRULINA
- SHIITAKE LENTINUS EDULUS E.S. titrated. 30 % polysaccarides*
- MAITAKE GRIFOLA FRONDOSA E.S. titrated. 30 % polysaccarides*
- CORDYCEPS SINENSIS E.S. titrated. 30 % polysaccarides*
- GLYCIRRHYZA GLABRA DGL Deglycyrrhizinated*
- BOSWELLIA SERRATA E.S. titrated. 65% in Boswellic Acids*
- STEVIA REBAUDIANA
- CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM CEYLON CORTEX O.E. Cinnamon of Ceylon
- PISTACIA LENTISCUS RESIN O.E. mastic of Chios
HOW TO USE IT
1 Tea spoon in 250 ml of lukewarm water or at room temperature or cold, twice a day, between meals.
* materia prima origine CINA
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Zhuang C, Mizuno T. Biological responses from Grifola frondosa (Dick.: Fr.) S.F. Gray—Maitake (Aphyllophoromycetidae). Int J Med Mushr. 1999;1:317–24