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Changing Your Mind

In our modern world, we live so deeply in a limited mindset and it is the source of so many people not being happy, healthy and living a life of ease. In this limited mindset we are consumed with irritation, worry, aggression, and fear – these are habitual unhelpful patterns of conditioned reactivity.

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Medicinal Mushroom Therapy

  • immune power
  • stress relief
  • improved memory
  • anti-aging & longevity
  • adrenal & lung support

If you are feeling sick, tired, forgetful or stressed, Immune 7 and our other potent medicinal mushroom formulas are effective solutions that improve how your body responds to life with all its ups and downs. By helping to restore youthful and healthy cell function and communication, Purica mushroom supplements often bring results far beyond expectations.

Proof is in the results.

  • Effective for significant conditions
    and diseases
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  • Recharges adrenal glands
    and hormones
  • Protective effect on liver
  • Powerful antioxidants
  • Prebiotic action for intestinal health
  • Compatible with all treatments

Shiitake Mushrooms, AHCC and Cancer Therapies

Shiitake mushrooms and their use as an IV cancer drug in Japan, relate to AHCC and how it works

Shiitake (Lentinus edodes) mushrooms are the second most commonly cultivated edible mushrooms in the world.  Native to Asia, they are also called Black Forest mushroom, Lentinula, Pasania fungus, Hua Gu, Golden Oak Mushroom and Oakwood mushroom.  Medicinal use of shiitake mushrooms dates as far back as 100 A.D. in China. Today, Shiitake mushrooms are extremely popular in the West as both a specialty food product and as a dietary supplement.

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Chaga Mushroom and Health

Health Benefits of Chaga Mushrooms

Like so many of its natural counter-parts the health benefits of the Chaga Mushroom, or Inonutus Obliquus, have been known for thousands of years.  A 5,300 year-old “Ice Man” mummy discovered in 1991 wore two walnut-sized pieced of Chaga drilled through the middle and tied to his wrists.  Known in ancient China and Russia as the “King of Herbs”, Eastern Europeans have been using Chaga mushrooms medicinally since the 16th Century. 

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Red Reishi Mushroom in Neurological Therapies

For over 4,000 years Traditional Chinese Medicine has prescribed this woody mushroom for a general sense of wellness and well-being. A text from the Ming Dynasty of the sixteenth century quotes the ability of Reishi to “mend the heart”. “Elixir of Immortality”, “Medicine of Kings” and “King of Mushrooms” are just a few of its traditional names. These ancient physicians recognized that if the body was out of balance, then it could be plagued by all sorts of diseases. Red Reishi was their answer to treating the stresses of the body holistically. Even today the Red Reishi is so important to Chinese doctors that it is often incorporated into their business logos as a sign of respect.

Lion’s Mane Mushroom

Lion’s Mane mushroom in neurological therapies, particularly research into aging, dementia and stimulation of nerve growth factor.

Lion’s Mane or Hericium erinaceus mushrooms are some of the oddest looking fungi around.  Picture Santa’s beard growing out of a tree at a fairly high spot and you’ll be close.  Also called monkey head mushroom (China), Mountain hidden mushroom (Japan), Deertail Mushroom (Korea), Bearded Tooth Mushroom, Hedgehog mushroom, Satyr’s Bear and pom pom mushroom, it is native to China, Japan, Europe and North America and grows out of the wounds of trees.

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