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E-Munity contains cordyceps mycelium and shiitake mushroom, ABM mushroom, and maitake mushroom. E-Munity also contains cassia seeds and blueberries. 

 

Vegetarian/Vegan

This product does not contain any animal products or byproducts.

Lactose-Free

This product does not contain any lactose, milk, or dairy products.

Preservative-Free

This product does not contain any preservatives.

Worry-Free

This product has been tested for hBlissful Deliriumeeavy metals and pesticides.

Quality Manufacturing

We use a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified facility.

 

30 packages/box (4g/package)

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Q&A

Q: What are polysaccharides?

A: Polysaccharides are long chains of molecules that are commonly found in certain mushroom species. Research indicates that polysaccharides can activate immune cells. Polysaccharides help balance the immune system and promote increased amounts of natural killer cells, interferons, and interleukins in the body.

Q: Why is it important to consume as many different types of mushrooms as possible?

A: Each mushroom contains a unique combination of polysaccharides. Each type of polysaccharide provides the body with distinct benefits, helping the body in different ways. Consuming many types of mushrooms as compared to one type is more beneficial to health because the different polysaccharides the mushrooms contain work in synergy to provide the body with optimal nourishment.

Q: What scientific research is there on cordyceps?

A: A study conducted by Peking University in China showed that the polysaccharides in Cordyceps sinensis can strengthen the human immune system and reduce oxidative damage. Research published in The Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine in Taiwan showed the excellent anti-inflammatory effects of Cordyceps sinensis. A study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that Cordyceps sinensis can help increase the human body's energy and vitality.

Q: What are the differences between Cordyceps sinensis and cordyceps mycelium?

A: Cordyceps sinensis is wild and cannot be artificially cultivated. Cordyceps mycelium (a growing stage in the life cycle of Cordyceps sinensis) can be cultivated. Fungi is obtained from Cordyceps sinensis, then cultivated under fixed conditions to become cordyceps mycelium, which is nutritious. However, only cordyceps mycelium cultivated from selected species of fungi has nutritional value similar to Cordyceps sinensis.

Q: Why is cordyceps mycelium used instead of Cordyceps sinensis?

A: Because wild cordyceps are very scarce, the market is flooded with fake cordyceps and cordyceps that have lead added to it to increase product weight and boost profit. This causes the quality of cordyceps to vary widely and creates a risk of heavy metal contamination. Cordyceps mycelium carefully cultivated under controlled conditions is much less likely to contain metal contaminants and other health threats.

Q: What research is there on ABM mushroom?

A: A study conducted in Japan found that ABM mushroom contains polysaccharides and other health-promoting nutrients. Research from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the U.S. shows that ABM mushroom can increase immune cell count in the body and strengthen the immune system. According to research from Taiwan, ABM mushroom displays strong antioxidant activity that is effective in eliminating free radicals.

Q: What research is there on shiitake mushroom?

A: Scientists have discovered that lentinan and LEM—polysaccharides found in shiitake mushroom—can help strengthen the immune system.

Q: What research is there on maitake mushroom?

A: Research from New York Medical College in the U.S. shows that the polysaccharide D-fraction in maitake mushroom effectively regulates the immune system.Please refer to the product label for the full list of ingredients. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you have a medical condition, are taking any medication, or if you are pregnant or lactating, please consult your health care professional before taking any products. 

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