CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
We prefer to use only one extract from medicinal mushrooms rather than many extracts in lower percentages and quantity. Cordyceps and other plant extracts act on the function of the upper airways and improve the natural defenses of the body. Cordyceps is also a tonic and supports the metabolism. It is one of the rarest and most precious medicinal mushrooms used in micotherapy. There is evidence of its use back to thirty centuries in time.
It contains many important nutritional substances such as the entire pool of essential amino acids, β-glucans, vitamins E, B1, B2, B12, K, polysaccharides, nucleosides, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, vanadium. Acerola has a support, tonic and antioxidant action. The formulations are prepared every week and not more than 12 Eikes + C capsules bottles are prepared at a time. Packages are all manually numbered.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Meridians: Kidney and lungs
Associated elements: Water
Action: Toning for Yang Yin lung, Yin and Yang kidney
the indications according to traditional Chinese medicine do not in any way want to replace western medicine and medical advice.
- CORDYCEPS SINENSIS (SYN. PAECILOMYCES HEPALI CHEN) MICELIUM titrated at 30% in polysaccharides*
- MALPIGHIA PUNICIFOLIA L. FRUCTUS DRIED EXTRACT titrated at 20% in VIT-C
- BOSWELLIA SERRATA ROXB GUMMI (PHOSPHOLIPID) titrated at 65% in Boswellic acid*
HOW TO USE IT
1 Veg Capsule 3 times a day on an empty stomach.
Cordyceps 1200 mg
Acerola 100 mg
Boswellia 50 mg
60 Veg Capsules
Glass vase aluminum/gold cap, manually applied seal
* Country of origin R.P. China
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