inForce Immune System Builder
Mushroom Help offers inForce Coriolus Versicolor as a Daily Dietary Supplement in pill form to help maintain and stimulate the body’s immune system. inForce is a proprietary blend and offers the best value available. It is a combination of both Polysaccharide Krestin (PSK) and Polysaccharide Peptide (PSP). inForce offers much needed immune building assistance, and they can be taken on a daily basis. The products are bottled in the United States in an FDA registered facility that is CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) compliant.
What is Coriolus Versicolor?
Coriolus Versicolor, PSK and PSP is one of the most widely studied supplements for its immune building properties. One would be hard pressed to find another immune boosting product that has had more research completed or positive comments associated with it. The amount of worldwide comments and studies (including those in the west) is compelling. There have been over 400 animal and human studies worldwide including over a dozen human based, placebo trials.
It is good for all people including the elderly, the physically weak and those who are overworked.
The tree mushroom, known as known as Coriolus Versicolor, has a 2,000-year history of use in China and Japan as a healing herb. More revered than any other mushroom product, it only available in Asia and Europe up until recently. There are many ancient and modern stories tell of people with severe illnesses journeying immense distances to find it. In fact, in the Ming Dynasty, these mushrooms were so coveted that only the Emperor was allowed to possess them, with immediate death being the penalty for any commoner found with them in their possession.
OK, So What is Mycelium?
Mycelium that is the essential part of the Coriolus Versicolor organism that grows within the mushroom. In order to feed, the mycelium releases enzymes into the mushroom. These enzymes break down complex organic polymers into simpler compounds (generally various sorts of sugars) which are then absorbed through the mushroom cell walls. This is where all the nutrients are. So, but extracting the essence in the mycelia stage, you are able to obtain the most potency possible PSK and PSP. These immune system compounds act like “biological response modifiers”.
PSK (Krestin) was first isolated in Japan in the late 1960s while PSP was isolated about 1983 in China. Each compound has shown remarkable immune boosting properties with few side-effects.
Are Mushrooms Part of Modern Medicine?
Plants Have Always Been Part of American Medicine
- Coumadin (Warfarin Sodium, used to reduce blood clotting) comes from sweet clover.
- Penicillin comes from mold.
- Aspirin from the bark of the white willow.
- Vincristine, a mitotic inhibitor used in chemotherapy comes from periwinkle.
- Etoposide, a well known cancer drug is derived from American mayapple.
- Taxol, an anti-cancer chemotherapy drug is taken from the pacific yew tree.
Just to name a few. So, it should not be surprising there are many other plant products out there, like Coriolus Versicolor, which can be included in the list of “drugs” that will contribute to our health and well being.
Whether you know it or not, the simple fact is that many of the most effective products call “drugs” are derived from plants.
In the near future, America’s healthcare will be very similar to what is found in China Japan and Europe: an integrative system that takes the best of all worlds for the benefit of the patient. Clearly, herbs can be potent medicines, as is in the case of the Coriolus Versicolor mushroom. They will be clinically proven complementary options to our current portfolio of drugs and other treatments.
Mushrooms Are Much More Than You Know
Some people think that because something is outside the boundaries of conventional protocol, they are “magic”, “weird”, “fantasy”, or even “snake oil treatments”. This video will broaden your understanding of the incredible potential certain mushrooms have and how they can and do benefit our lives.
Paul Stamets is an American mycologist, author, and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal mushrooms. Stamets is on the editorial board of The International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, is an advisor to the Program for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Medical School, Tucson, Arizona, and one of the most noted authorities on the benefits of the mushroom. He is active in researching various properties of mushrooms, including Coriolus Versicolor.
If you’re serious about really understanding what the Coriolus Versicolor mushroom does, sit down, make a bowl of popcorn, and listen to this 17 minute educational video. It will change the way you think conventional medicine.