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Mycocyclin® - 30 mL (1 fl. oz.) Default Category Allergy Research Group
Mycocyclin® - 30 mL (1 fl. oz.) Default Category Allergy Research Group
Mycocyclin® - 30 mL (1 fl. oz.) Default Category Allergy Research Group
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    Mycocyclin® - 30 mL (1 fl. oz.)



    Allergy Research Group Mycocyclin® has been discontinued by the manufacturer. 

    Mycocyclin® liquid combines extracts of six of the most important immune-supporting, adaptogenic, and tonic mushrooms known in traditional medicine and modern science.* They are harvested in the mycelial stage of growth when the active constituents are most concentrated.* All contain bioflavonoids, essential fatty acids, minerals, vitamins, and other beneficial nutrients, and each has its own individual action on the immune system.* The nutritive and health-supporting potential of mushrooms and other fungi have been valued for thousands of years in traditional cultures, especially for their antimicrobial principles.* Their resistance to microbial attack is apparent from their hardiness in dark, moist environments where viruses and bacteria tend to flourish.* The lower fungi (molds) were the first sources of antibiotics, and the higher fungi, the mushrooms, also make potent antimicrobial compounds to protect themselves against pathogens that would otherwise compromise their growth.


    Serving Size: 1 Dropper Amount Per Serving
    Fresh Mushroom Extract (Cordy-Gen,Tremella, Reishi, Shiitake, Maitake, Turkey Tails) (1:1) in 30% ethanol 620 mg

    Other Ingredients: Water

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, 1 dropperful daily, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Shake well before using

    More Info

    Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum), a shelf fungus, has been known in China as Ling zhi (literally, herb of spiritual potency), prized for its beneficial effects on the heart and lungs and for its value as a tonic.*

    Shiitake (Lentinula edodes) is prized by gourmets and is cultivated on a large scale in Japan. Human studies have shown that shiitake is consistently beneficial with only transient and minimal adverse effects.

    Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis), also called caterpillar fungus, grows on the bodies of moth larvae. Cordyceps was used as a tonic in ancient China, and came into wide public view in 1993, when a group of previously mediocre Chinese runners proceeded to break nine world records after using a cordyceps-based tonic formula.

    Maitake (Grifola frondosa) grows on hardwood stumps in clusters weighing as much as 100 pounds. It provides immune-stimulating polysaccharides (beta-1,6-glucan), similar in nature to lentinan.* Maitake polysaccharides may enhance macrophage and natural killer cell functions, stimulate the release of interleukins and other cytokines, and help protect the immune system from toxic insults.*

    Turkey tail (Coriolus versicolor), also known as cloud fungus, has been studied in over 400 studies and contains polysaccharides that have significant immune activity.* One of these is polysaccharide Kureha (PSK) or “Krestin”, a protein-bound beta-1,4-glucan polysaccharide, with extensive documentation and use in Japan as an immunostimulant.

    Tremella (Tremella fuciformis), also called silver ear, contains large quantities of glucuronoxylomannan, a polysaccharide which may modulate intestinal cholesterol absorption.* Used in traditional Chinese medicine to address heat in the lungs, it is also very rich in vitamin D.