CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
Ganoderma lucidum ranks among the most used and precious medicinal mushroom varieties: Eikes + G contains two different forms of it, the mushroom extract and the extract from its spores. They are titrated at 50% and 30% in polysaccharides, respectively, and are present in identical proportions in the formulation. This association is very interesting since the substances present in the spores are practically absent in the rest of the mushroom.
This inventive formulation enhances the characteristic of each constituent in different areas of the Phyto complex while exalting its synergies. From a pharmacological point of view, the most important components so far found in Reishi are polysaccharides (β-D-Glucans), sterols (ergosterol), triterpenes (ganoderic acids), glycosides, riboflavin, ascorbic acid and amino acids.
According to Traditional Chinese medicine TCM
Meridians: Heart, stomach, spleen, liver, lungs
Associated elements: Fire, water, wood
Action: Nourishes the blood, tonifies the Qi, soothes the mind
- GANODERMA LUCIDUM REISHI DRIED EXTRACT 50% polysaccharides mushroom dried extract*
- GANODERMA LUCIDUM REISHI DRIED EXTRACT 30% Polysaccharides spores extract*
- BOSWELLIA SERRATA DRIED EXTRACT Resin (incense) titrated at 65% in Boswellic acid*
- ACEROLA MALPIGHIA DRIED EXTRACT titrated at 20% in Vit. C.**
HOW TO USE IT
1 Vegetarian Capsule 3 times a day, between meals.
Ganoderma lucidum Reishi dried extract +
Ganoderma lucidum Reishi Spore dried extract 1200 mg
Acerola 150 mg
Boswellia serrata dried extract 75 mg
60 Veg Capsules
Glass vase aluminum/gold cap, manually applied seal
*country of origin R.P. China
**country of origin Italy
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