Shroom TECH™ Immune Ingredients
Immune Assist™ Micron
Immune Assist™ is a combination of over 200 highly purified, immune-active High Molecular Weight (HMW) Hetero-polysaccharides and Beta 1,3-1,6 triple right hand helix Beta Glucans. This product is derived from six closely related 100% USDA Certified Organic, Certified Kosher, biotech lab cultivated, full spectrum, non-GMO medicinal mushroom species: Agaricus blazei - Cordyceps sinensis - Grifola frondosa (Maitake) - Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi)- Coriolus [Trametes] versicolor - Lentinula edodes. Several research studies point to the positive immune effects of fungal polysaccharides and beta glucans. More information can be found here.
Chaga mushroom, found on Birch and other trees in cold climates, has been used in traditional medicine in Russia and other North European countries for generations. Chaga draws nutrients from the tree on which it grows and extracts are typically derived from the inner layers of the bark. The active constituents are thought to be a combination of triterpenes, such as betulinic acid, sterols, and polysaccharides.
Turmeric (95% Curcuminoids)
This super spice has documented use back to 1900 BC for specific internal and external healing properties. Curcumin, the active polyphenol found in the rhizome of the turmeric plant possesses the ability to help the body support healthy immune and inflammation response. It’s also referred to as the “spice of Life” [source]. It is believed that curcumin acts by downregulating the expression of inflammatory cytokines which may help the body with many inflammatory conditions [source].
Indians and Chinese have used ginger as a root tonic for 5000 years to treat many ailments. It was so valuable in the 13th and 14th centuries that a pound of ginger was equivalent to the cost of a sheep [source]. Ginger has also been used for centuries as a mild digestive aid, and to help the body mitigate nausea [source]. Further exploration of this potent plant, has indicated that Ginger may also help the body mitigate discomfort. In a study with 261 patients with osteoarthritis and knee pain, 63% of the subjects using ginger root extract had reduced discomfort while standing [source].
Oregano is an herb touted for both its culinary and therapeutic uses. It represented a symbol of happiness for the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Consuming oregano can provide more antioxidants than many food groups including fruits, berries, cereals and vegetables [source]. Oregano may be useful in helping the body deal with immune challenges [source].
Historically, astragalus root was used by the Chinese for its immuno-stimulating properties. For more on Astragalus click the Research tab.
You’ve probably been throwing away the lemon peel for years. It turns out that citrus fruit peels possess a wide array of antioxidants [source]. Lemon peels contain compounds that can help the body stimulate healthy immune function [source]. Helping the body with sound oral health was also a secondary benefit of lemon peel [source]. In the extract form, a tertiary benefit on assisting the body with mild stress needs further exploration [source].