Research indicates that polysaccharides in different types of muchrooms can activate immune cells and help balance the immune system by promoting the amount of natural killer cells, interferons, and interleukins in the body.
Main ingredients in EMUNITY
1. Cordyceps Mycellium
Because wild cordyceps are incredibly scarce, beware of fake cordyceps and cordyceps that have lead added to boost product weight.
Cordyceps sinensis can activate a sluggish immune system and calm it when it is overstimulated, hence improving both immune and autoimmune disorders.
Cordyceps can also inhibit the division of rogue cells, increase the ability of T-cells and macrophages to destroy invaders and elevate immunocytes activity.
Cordyceps sinensis can raise the amount of good (HDL) cholesterol, reduce the amount of bad (LDL) cholesterol and blood viscosity, and support a healthy cardiovascular system. Research shows that cordyceps polysaccharides are also beneficial for liver fibrosis, boosting lung function, respiratory health, and improving kidney function.
2. ABM Mushroom
ABM mushroom has the highest levels of blood-building iron available in plant foods with 9.65mg per 100g. It is also high in phosphorus, potassium and zinc as well as antioxidants.
ABM has higher concentration of long-chain polysaccharides for effective immune modulators than other mushrooms, making them very effective in stimulating a weak immune system and regulating immune overreactions.
3. Shiitake Mushroom
Lentinan and LEM, the polysaccharides found in shiitake mushroom can help strengthen the immune system, observed through changes in cytokine and serum CRP levels.
Shiitake mushrooms also have antimicrobial properties, making it an effective natural antibiotic. A study showed that unlike prescription antibiotics, shiitake only killed disease-causing microbes, leaving beneficial bacteria unharmed.
4. Maitake mushroom
Maitake mushrooms are highly desired for their immune-regulating effects due to polysaccharide beta-glucans that support macrophage and natural killer cell activity.
Research from New York Medical College in the US shows that the polysaccharide D-fraction in maitake mushroom effectively regulates the immune system.
A study showed that polysaccharide extract from Maitake showed immuno-modulatory effects in preclinical studies and therefore the potential for clinical use.