• Reishi SAP can be used to help support healthy immunomodulation.
• Reishi SAP can be used to reduce free radicals via its antioxidant potential.
• Reishi SAP may help modulate a healthy inflammatory response.
Each vegetable capsule contains:
Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum), 40% polysaccharides...500 mg
Contains no: Preservatives, artificial flavor or color, sugar, dairy, starch, wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, corn, citrus, or eggs.
Reishi SAP is a hot water–extract from the medicinal reishi mushroom, also known by its scientific name Ganoderma Lucidum, which has been used in Japan for over
2000 years. This mushroom has been used as an herbal medicine to help increase energy and resistance to stress. The reishi mushroom has also been used as a liver tonic as well as to support immune function. Reishi has properties that help support a healthy inflammatory response and possesses antioxidant properties.
1 capsule daily with food or as directed by your health-care practitioner.
To avoid digestive upset, take with food/meal.
Immune support: Use for a minimum of 4 weeks to see beneficial effects.
Consult a health-care practitioner prior to use if you suffer from an
immune-system disorder or if you are taking immunosuppressants.
For use beyond 3 months: Dizziness, irritated skin, nausea, and diarrhea have been known to occur; in which case, discontinue use.
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