- Antitumor activity
- Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect
- Immune stimulation
- Anti-stress effect (adaptogenicity)
- Lowering cholesterol, atherosclerosis
- Male and female aphrodisiac, increased libido
- Antiviral activity
- Antifungal activity
Veselka double extract • 100 ml
9000 ₸ / 1200 ₽
Double extraction is one of the most effective ways to extract a complex of medicinal substances from the fruit bodies of mushrooms. Specially prepared powder is extracted in two stages: first alcohol (extraction of alcohol- and fat-soluble components), then water (extraction of polysaccharides). Ready-made alcohol and water extracts of veselka are mixed in a ratio of 1:2. The extract is poured into convenient bottles with a long pipette reaching to the bottom.
Common veselka (Phallus impudicus) powder of fruit bodies
For the preparation of activated (frozen) fine powder, young (egg stage) fruit bodies of veselka vulgaris 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. The prepared powder undergoes two stages of sequential extraction – alcohol (infusion for 2 months) and water (boiling in a water bath at 80 ° C for 12 hours). The drug contains a full range of components: polysaccharides, glycoproteins, ergosterol, phytosteroids, triterpenoids and other bioactive substances that provide maximum support for most body functions and a stable therapeutic effect.
Double veselka extract is designed for daily use in an amount from 1 to 5 ml. A large dosage is not recommended due to the high concentration of active substances. Individual schemes are possible, for example, the use of a “slide”. The extract can be added to cold and hot drinks. If desired, the alcohol part of the double extract can be evaporated in a water bath.
If you have a current medical condition or are taking medication, consult a healthcare professional or a fungotherapist before using this product.
Pharmacological and medical properties
The main effect of veselka, confirmed by preclinical and clinical laboratory studies, is antitumor activity. The components of the mushroom extract (polysaccharides, phenols and sterols) not only stop growth, but also destroy cancer cells of various lines.
Venous thrombosis — the formation of blood clots in the veins — is a common cause of death in breast cancer patients; patients are forced to take anticoagulants regularly to avoid thrombosis. Laboratory experiments have shown that veselka extract significantly reduces the risk of blood clots and can be used as a preventive agent.
As other medical studies have shown, veselka contains phytosteroids, which in their effect on the body are similar to male and female sex hormones, that is, the mushroom is really an aphrodisiac. In addition, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunostimulating and anti-stress (adaptogenic) effects are shown.
In traditional Chinese medicine, the mushroom is used as a remedy for rheumatism. In Bulgarian folk medicine, veselka is used in the treatment of gout and epilepsy. In Germany, the mushroom is used as a remedy for gout and severe stomach pains. In India, the water infusion of veselka served as a folk remedy against typhus.
In Russian fungotherapy and folk medicine veselka (“ground oil”) it is considered the queen of mushrooms for its ability to remove cholesterol from the body and lower blood pressure (with hypertension), kill malignant cancer cells, tuberculosis sticks, herpes viruses, influenza, hepatitis and even AIDS.
The mushroom is used in the following cases and is considered to have the following actions:
- activation of antitumor immune function of the body;
- causes the human body to produce perforin, which prevents cancer cells from dividing and forming into a tumor;
- resorption of malignant (sarcoma, melanoma, leukemia and other oncological diseases) and benign tumors (polyps, cysts, pituitary adenomas, prostate adenomas, etc.);
- removes cholesterol, lowers blood pressure, prevents the development of atherosclerosis;
- heals ulcers of the gastrointestinal tract, is used for hemorrhoids, fistulas and cracks in the rectal mucosa;
- destroys herpes viruses, influenza, hepatitis, cytomegalovirus;
- destroying hidden infections, increases potency, fights infertility;
- relieves inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, liver, inflammation and joint pain (gout);
- with thrombophlebitis, paralysis, enlargement of the thyroid gland;
- when applied externally, it relieves trophic ulcers, pressure sores, joint pain, skin tumors, psoriasis and eczema, heals bites, is an antipruritic, analgesic;
It is useful for strengthening male and female libido, that is, it is a strong aphrodisiac.
Water infusions and alcoholic tinctures from fresh or dried fruit bodies of veselka are used. According to available data, veselka preparations do not conflict with any other medicinal forms and preparations.
According to the witch doctor’s experience, the juice of veselka is the most curative, and you can get this juice at any stage of maturation. Depending on the stage of development of the fungus, the juice was isolated, various diseases can be treated. The most curative is the juice obtained from the mushroom, which is in the stage of a jelly-like egg. This juice cures benign tumors and malignant hypertension.
For gout, various joint diseases and skin diseases, the juice of an already mature mushroom with spores is more suitable; probably, the brown-green mucus that is formed to attract flies has some specific way of affecting the affected skin and inflamed joints. By the way, Russian healers and herbalists treat eczema with this disgusting smelling mucus. It is not fully known what really works here, and where the “magic of similarity” is used and, accordingly, self-suggestion of patients. But the number of people cured by veselka is large.
To use veselka for preventive purposes, fungotherapists especially recommend men after 25 years, women after 40 years, people who have undergone any surgery and those who have been diagnosed with vegetative vascular dystonia.
Therapeutic and cosmetic use of veselka is characterized by a wide spectrum of action. It effectively combats skin diseases (dermatitis, mycosis, pyoderma, psoriasis, eczema, fungal foot diseases and nail lesions), varicose “mesh”, with benign formations on the skin (papillomas, lipomas, warts). Tonics based on veselka cleanse and whiten the skin well, help to cope with nevi (moles), as well as disinfect and heal it and are suitable for all skin types, especially for problematic ones.
Veselka ointment has a rare effect in its strength to restore the skin, rejuvenating the cellular composition and preventing the occurrence of various age-related and other formations associated with violations of skin regeneration processes. An increase in turgor and an improvement in skin color are also a consequence of this effect. Perhaps, only the red fly agaric, winter sawdust and brick-red false sawdust surpass veselka in medical and cosmetological terms.
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