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Juda’s Ear trembler • 60 capsules

Vendor: a0421d972a13 Categories: Preparations in capsules

7575  / 1010 ₽

The Judas ear tremor is the only mushroom that was originally used in Western medicine, and then was recognized by the East (and not vice versa). European experts note the multifaceted effect of this tremor on our body. The mushroom has powerful detoxifying and antiherontological effects, normalizes digestion, softens allergic manifestations, has a hemostatic and analgesic effect. Modern studies have shown that “Juda’s ear” is an excellent carcinostatic, promotes weight loss and normalization of metabolic processes (especially in cholelithiasis and urolithiasis), is effective in the treatment of diabetes mellitus and is a valuable tool for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Perfectly combined with drugs “Fucus-shaped tremor“, “Light breathing” and “Comfortable old age“.

Количество:
  • Acute poisoning (as a substitute for activated carbon) and chronic intoxication of various origins, including after chemotherapy and radiation therapy, to improve the quality of blood composition, prevention of intestinal dysbiosis
  • Normalization of digestion in people with chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract against the background of enzymatic insufficiency (pain syndrome, diarrhea, flatulence)
  • Complex treatment of allergic diseases
  • Weight loss and normalization of metabolic processes (in cholelithiasis and urolithiasis), as well as in the treatment of diabetes mellitus
  • Prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases — arterial hypertension, coronary heart disease, lipid metabolism disorders; improvement of blood microcirculation
  • Comprehensive treatment and prevention of benign and malignant tumors
  • Antiherontological agent
  • Hemostatic and analgesic agent

Juda’s ear tremor (Auricularia auricula-judae) powder of fruit bodies

For the preparation of activated (frozen) fine powder, the fruit bodies of the judaea ear (Auricularia auricula-judae) collected in various regions of Russia were used. Mushrooms are dried at a temperature of 30-35 °C, which ensures complete preservation of pharmacological qualities. Drying is carried out in two stages, and after the first, the mushrooms are frozen to achieve maximum health effect. The drug contains a full range of components: polysaccharides, ergosterol, triterpenoids, macro- and microelements and other bioactive substances that provide maximum support for most body functions and a stable therapeutic effect.

The course consists of 60 capsules of 0.61 g of fine powder in each (the total weight of the capsule is 0.71 g). The course is designed for one month, capsules should be taken two a day at any time. The course can be carried out for life as a therapeutic or preventive. The contents of the capsules can be poured out and mixed with any dish or drink. A break between courses is not required. It does not conflict with other mushrooms and medicines. Perfectly combined with drugs “Fucus-shaped tremor“, “Easy breathing” and “Comfortable old age“.
If you have a current medical condition, are taking medications, are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a healthcare professional or a fungotherapist before using this product.

Description

Pharmacological and medical properties

The mushroom in dried form is a powerful sorbent of natural origin, contains food cellulose and chitosan in its composition, has a high adsorption capacity, has a complex of polysaccharides — polyose, which has an immunomodulatory effect. It has a neutralizing effect capable of dissolving kidney stones and gallbladder. Polyose and other colloidal substances contained in the mushroom prevent the absorption of carbohydrates and fats, also contains substances that prevent thrombosis. Poliosis is especially effective against platelet aggregation, which makes Juda’s ear an excellent remedy for mature and elderly people, especially patients with cerebral thrombosis. Polyose also has an anti-ulcer effect, is used by pharmaceuticals to protect tissues from damage, as an anti-inflammatory agent, etc. Experiments conducted back in 1980 revealed the presence of two glucans that showed antitumor properties on sarcoma-180. Further study of auricularia polysaccharides showed their hypoglycemic properties (reduction of insulin, plasma glucose and urine glucose levels).Another complex of polysaccharides (derivatives of mannose, glucose, xylose and glucuronic acid) exhibits pronounced anticoagulant activity and is effective against thrombosis (stops platelet binding) and hypercholesterolemia. Studies have also shown that this shake can be used to lower cholesterol in general and “bad” cholesterol in particular. The anti-radiation and antimutagenic effects of mushroom extracts were also noted.

Traditional and folk medicine

Auricularia is traditionally used as a medicinal mushroom by many European healers (this is the only medicinal mushroom that was originally used in the West, and then penetrated to the East, and not vice versa). It was used as a poultice for the treatment of eye inflammation, as well as as an emollient for throat diseases. Back in the XVI century, the famous English herbalist John Gerard advised using Judas’s ear for specific purposes (whereas other mushrooms at that time were taken as general medicines). He advised to prepare the extract of fruit bodies by boiling in milk or infusing in beer, then drink the infusion in small sips with a sore throat. Carl Clusius in 1601 pointed out that mushroom infusion should be gargled, as well as John Parkinson, who in 1640 wrote that “boiling in milk or infusing in vinegar is the only known way of using”. In the XVII century, there is information about the use of water infusions to relieve inflammation of the eyes. The mushroom was also used as an astringent due to its high absorption capacity. The medicinal use of auricularia is known in the XVIII century in Ireland and Scotland (sore throat and jaundice). The medical use of auricularia was noted in the 1930s in Indonesia. Currently, the mushroom is used as a medicinal in Ghana (as a tonic for the circulatory system).