Agaricus blazei Murrill (ABM) is native to the mountainous region of Piedade in Brazil. It was discovered during epidemiological research conducted by Dr. Sinden, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, during which the low incidence of adult degenerative diseases and an increase in longevity in the Piedade region were reported, compared to surrounding regions.
The main organs on which it directs its action are the organs that come into direct contact with the external environment, therefore the respiratory organs (lungs and upper and lower respiratory tracts) - in contact with the air we breathe - and the digestive system (mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, sigmoid colon, rectum, including the liver, pancreas and biliary tract) – in contact with the foods we eat and with the substances that need to be detoxified and eliminated. Useful as a support in all disorders caused by exposure to toxic and xenobiotic substances. It also has a powerful action in the lymphatic area, therefore it supports the lymphoid organs: thymus, liver, spleen, tonsils, bone marrow, lymph nodes, supporting their pathological evolutions. A powerful antiparasitic action against Malaria and Leishmaniasis has recently been highlighted, so it could also be useful in the veterinary field.
One capsule 3 times a day preferably between meals.
Keep in a cold and dry place.