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Allergy Research Group Mycocyclin Mushroom

BrandAllergy Research Group

Allergy Research Group Mycocyclin Mushroom is Hypoallergenic. A blend of six of the most important adaptogenic and tonic mushroom species known in traditional medicine and documented by science. All contain bioflavonoids, essential fatty acids, minerals, vitamins and other beneficial nutrients and each has its own individual action on the immune system. Collectively they contain the active consituent Beta 1,3 Glucan, which has been show to increase the white blood cell count. Mycocylin has a somewhat stimulating effect on the immune system. Transmucosal administration may be somewhat irritating. Very fast acting.

SERVING SIZE: 1 dropperful (30 drops) SERVINGS PER CONTAINER 45
Fresh mushroom extract of Cordyceps sinensis (catepillar fungus), Tremella fuciformus(snow fungus), Ganoderma lucidum(reishi), Lentinus edodes(shitake), Grifola frondosus(maitake), and Coriolus versicolor(turkey tail)....620 mg (1:1) in 35% ethanol; water.

Take 1 dropperful per day, or as directed by health care practitioner. Shake well before using.

Toxic reactions are rare; but occasionally an allergic reaction(such as skin rash) will develop which abates on withdrawal. Due to the immune-enhancing properties, individuals with allergies or autoimmune disorders should use this product with caution, starting with very low doses, under the guidance of a physician.

About the Manufacturer

Allergy Research Group

Since 1979, Allergy Research Group has used only the purest raw materials available, and has implemented strict quality control procedures in every stage of production including inspection of raw materials, manufacturing, packaging and storing. For many years we have used the same manufacturers to produce our capsules and tablets to ensure consistency. In our facility in Alameda, California we bottle, label and ship our finished products. Allergy Research Group is currently licensed by the California Department of Health Services, Food and Drug Branch.

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