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Shiitake is called the queen of mushrooms or the elixir of life because of its high content of amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Package contents: 90 capsules of 500 mg of extract
Net package weight: 55,8 g
It can be ordered in gelatin or vegetarian capsules. If you are interested in a sold-out variant, please write us an e-mail.
Shiitake is called the queen of mushrooms or the elixir of life because of its high content of amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Try the extract with the most effective ratio of active ingredients.
Shiitake is very rich in essential amino acids, minerals and B vitamins, as well as provitamin D2.
Thanks to processing by the method of hot water extraction, we offer high-quality Shiitake extract in an ideal ratio of active ingredients for the best results:
Manufacturer: TCM POINT s.r.o. - Masarykovo nám.18, 549 54 Police nad Metují.
Increased dose: 3-10 capsules a day (it is advisable to consult a doctor or a Chinese medicine practitioner)
Usual dose: 1-2 capsules a day
We recommend taking it always 5 days a week and skipping 2 days
Take the capsules on an empty stomach (at least 30 minutes before or 60 minutes after a meal), drink water or weak green tea
When using vital mushrooms, we recommend increasing the intake of vitamin C, which increases the absorption of active ingredients. For example, in the form of an extract of the Brazilian cherry Acerola
1 capsule contains 0.6 g of mushroom extract
Warning: The product is not intended for children under 3 years, for pregnant and lactating women. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Keep out of reach of children. The product does not serve as a substitute for a varied diet. It does not contain caffeine, gluten, preservatives, dyes or sugar.
Package contents: 90 capsules of 500 mg extract - in gelatin or herbal capsules (herbal are also suitable for vegans)
Net package weight: 55,8 g
Ingredients in 1 capsule:
Shiitake, Lentinula edodes, 100% pure extract - 500mg
excipients: without excipients, additives and preservatives
Shiitake (Lentinula edodes) is native to Asia, where it is also used in gastronomy. It is said that its taste is 4-10 times more concentrated than other mushrooms, so Shiitake is suitable for flavoring meat, soups, sauces or salads. Shiitake is a wood-destroying stalk-spore fungus growing on fallen trees or stumps.
In Japan, there are two types of Shiitake, a more prized donko with a closed hat and a koshin with an open hat. Today, Shiitake is grown commercially in controlled growing rooms, as the demand for it is huge. The first mention of Shiitake comes from a period 2000 years ago in the works of Chinese medicine.
Shiitake is said to be the "queen of mushrooms" or the "elixir of life," for which her composition predestines her. Shiitake is very rich in essential amino acids, minerals and B vitamins, as well as provitamin D2. Other substances that can be found in Shiitake are, for example, the purine alkaloid eritadenine, polysaccharides - beta glucans, which include lentinates, etc.
You can find more information in publicly available sources, such as the Internet.