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Maitake Mushroom Extract (Grifola Frondosa) Capsules

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  • 500mg 8:1 Maitake extract (4,000mg)
  • 30% Polysaccharides (150mg)
  • from fruiting body


Maitake (Grifola frondosa, Hui Shu Hua) is a mushroom used for 1000's of years to boost the immune system and improve feelings of well being. The active ingredient in Maitake is a group of compounds collectively called polysaccharides which include alpha-1,6 glucan, alpha-1,4 glucan, beta-1,3 glucan, beta-1,6 glucan, 1,4-D-glucans, 1,6-D-glucans, glucan phosphate, laminarin, and lentinan which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Our Maitake capsules uses an 8:1 extract of the fruiting body which is standardised to contain a minimum of 30% polysaccharides and 15% Beta Glucan.

Each Serving (1 Capsule) Contains:
Maitake Mushroom 4,000mg **
(from 500mg Maitake Mushroom Extract)                 
Providing 30% Polysaccharides 150mg **

Ingredients: Maitake Mushroom Extract, Vegetarian Capsule

Directions: Take two (2) to three (3) capsules daily.

✔ Non GMO
✔ Soy free
✔ Gluten free
✔ Lactose free
✔ Suitable for vegetarians
Suitable for vegans

Goes well with:  Reishi, Cordyceps

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