New Product for November 2018:Time Health Polyporus Umbellatus extract is wild grown.
30% Polysaccharides – Full spectrum Dual extracted (alcohol/water) water-soluble and the non-water-soluble bio actives.
Only the most complex part of the mushroom is used – the fruit body.
0.5g to 2g per day. 1 teaspoon equals 2 grams.
Found in temperate regions including Asia, North America and southern Europe,
the Polyporus Umbellatus also known as Grifola umbellate or umbrella polypore is a rare, edible
mushroom found around the base of oak and beech trees. The Umbellatus mushroom has been used
medicinally in China for over 2000 years for its health benefits. More recently, it has soared in
popularity as the mushroom has been found to contain numerous bioactive compounds.
Extract ratios are the outdated form of measurement for medicinal mushrooms.
The new standard of measuring medicinal mushrooms is in polysaccharides. Polysaccharides are the group
of nutrients including beta-glucans/alpha-glucans to name a few of the most well-known that have been
scientifically proven to be what gives medicinal mushrooms their health giving properties.
A medicinal mushroom powder with zero polysaccharides has no health giving properties.Many companies still sell extracts of 10:1, this means nothing as this may only include 1% or even less in polysaccharides giving no benefit whatsoever.