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Psycho-physical  adaptogen. Natural defenses of the body.

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In according to the vision of traditional Chinese Medicine


Cordyceps – Upper airways function. Natural defenses of the body. Tonic action and metabolic support.

Scutellaria – Natural defenses of the body. Digestive and liver function. Joint function.


the indications according to traditional Chinese medicine MTC do not in any way want to replace western medicine and medical advice. 



Deeply rooted in the tradition of natural medicine, without ever losing sight of Science, CORDYCEPS-CURCUMA-SCUTELLARIA enhance a new synergy created and enclosed in the unique formulation  of UNAME.  The three principles enshrined in each UNAME capsule represent some of the pillars of Kampo Medicine, of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine. IN MTC they are used separately or in association as psycho-physical tonic, adaptogen tonic.

As customary, Hopispharma aimed at a structurally balanced formulation including the plant principles used by the three above mentioned Medicines while maintaining high dosages in full harmony.

This innovative formulation emphasizes and exalts the characteristics of individual plant principles with a high active substances content, enhancing their synergies into a single product.





• SCUTELLARIA BAICALENSIS GIORGI RADIX E.S. titrated. at 98 % balicalein*




1 capsule per day on a full stomach.



Cordyceps sinensis             Tit 30% in polisaccarides         250mg

Scutellaria baicalensis       Tit 98% in baicalein                    175mg

Curcuma  longa**                                                                         72mg



60 cps. da 500mg. Vintage vase with emery stopper and seal affixed by hand.

*country of origin R.P. China

** according with the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/456





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La medicina tradizionale cinese non è ancora una pratica sanitaria riconosciuta. I disturbi citati vengono considerati da un punto di vista non diagnostico. I trattamenti eventualmente indicati si intendono come trattamenti per favorire il riequilibrio dell’organismo e il benessere generale della persona e NON devono essere intese come terapia, cura, per le quali dovete rivolgervi al medico.