PSK is extracted from a medicinal mushroom known as Trametes versicolor. (other names this mushroom is known by include: Coriolus versicolor, Kawatake, Turkey Tail, Yunzhi). The substance is extracted from this mushroom using a multi-step hot water extraction process and the result is an Active Proteoglycan compound.
Maintenance Dosage is: 1-3 Capsules per day
Therapeutic Dosage is: 6 Capsules per day
If your Doctor or Health Professional has specified a dosage it is advisable to follow their instructions.
It is better to take your PSK capsules at least 30 mins before food.
If you have a sensitive stomach take it will food to start and gradually adjust time (5mins then 10mins) before eating gradually.
If you require support with taking your PSK at any time please do not hesitate to contact us on 1300 795545 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are No Known Drug Interactions with the use of PSK.
PSK could be taken for an indefinate period if necessary as clinical trials have documented evidence of patients taking PSK for more than 10 years.
The immune system defends against anything that goes wrong anywhere in the body. The immune system is comprised with many types of cells that circulate in the blood or populate the body tissues including the spleen, thymus, bone marrow, lung and gut. The function of these cells is to detect and eliminate any threats to the body, known collectively as ‘The Immune Response.’
The active ingredient in Trametes versicolor is polysaccharide-K (PSK). It is extracted using a multi-step hot water extraction process. Trametes PSK is formulated as a freeze-dried mycelial powder extract and encapsulated for effective delivery of the PSK immune nutrient.
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