AGARICUS BLASEI EXTRACT 30% POLYSACCHARIDES
60 capsules of 307 mg
Price: 32.00 EUR
Ingredients: Agaricus extract (64.52%), capsules: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (26.88%), acerola extract (8.6%). Free of gluten, lactose, artificial colours, flavourings and GMOs, a 100% vegetarian product.
Storage: In a dry place protected from direct sunlight at 5°C to 25°C.
Manufacturer: HAWLIK Gesundheitsprodukte GmbH
Distributor: Dr. BIOMASTER OOD
Usage: 2 capsules twice a day plenty of water during the meal.
Recommended daily dose of 4 capsules contains:
|for 4 capsules:||% of the daily dose *|
|Agaricus extract||1200 mg||– **|
|Polysaccharides||360 mg||– **|
|Vitamin C from acerola||27 mg||33 %|
* according to daily ref. quantities for intake
** there is no data on the recommended dosage
Caution: The product is not a medicine! Do not use it as a substitute for a varied diet! Do not exceed the recommended dose! Keep out of reach of children! Individual intolerance to the components of the supplement is possible.
Storage: In a dry place protected from direct sunlight at 5° to 25° C.
Net quantity: 28 g ℮
This extract contains 30 times more polysaccharides (the most active substance in mushrooms) compared to regular mushroom powder.
Read carefully the directions on the label or product leaflet before use.
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Agaricus, “ABM- mushroom”, “Solar mushroom”, “Almond-mushroom”, “Divine mushroom”, Himematsutake
There are various ways of writing the name of the mushroom: Agaricus blazei and Agaricus Blazei Murill. The mushroom has been known for many years as the Brazilian Agaricus (Agaricus brasiliensis) or simply Agaricus.
Agaricus blazei Murrill is actually a very popular edible mushroom that is found in South America. Its delicate nut aroma is liked by everyone who consumes it. It enriches the diet of the local population and its valuable ingredients contribute to the good health of the people there. Since its discovery in the 1950s, the mushroom has been a subject to a number of scientific studies.
Origin and use of Agaricus blazei Murrill
Agaricus is the “Brazilian” among all mushrooms with proven healing properties to date. It grows in the Brazilian tropical forests, where it has long been appreciated as a delicious edible mushroom that is able to prolong life.
The “Murrill” suffix to its name, the mushroom owes to William Alphonse Murill. In 1947, the researcher first described this mushroom. More recent studies, however, show that genetically the mushroom is the same as that described in the late 19th century Agaricus subrufescens. Since the mid-20th century, Agaricus has become increasingly popular in Europe, and since the 1980s, continuous researches of Agaricus have been carried out.
Due to its late discovery and research, it is the youngest member of the family of medicinal mushrooms produced by the German company HAWLIK.
Composition of Agaricus Blazei Murrill
Agaricus blazei Murrill is particularly rich in mushroom-specific beta-glucans – a special type of polysaccharide. In the “Hawlik [D1] Agaricus extract” they are in an extremely high concentration.
Agaricus mushroom is especially valuable for its vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Here is worth mentioning ergosterion – the inactive form of vitamin D, which is very useful to humans.