Terracotta TCM Bodhi Zi
- Mushroom extracts
- Vegetable capsules
- Hot water and ethanol extraction
Unfortunately, in the context of European legislation regarding health claims, we are not allowed to disclose to consumers what Bodhi Zhi can be applied to.
We can talk to you about this by telephone. If you are interested in the application of this product, please contact us: tel: 023 5767892. We are happy to assist you!
The two main ingredients, Hericium Erinaceus aka Lion's Moon/Wig Agaric Mushroom and Ophiocordyceps, stand on their own when it comes to their uses.
Wig Fungus (Lion's Mane) – Hericium Eraniceus
This mushroom often has a beautiful appearance that looks like a white long-haired pom pom reminiscent of some kind of alien superbrain. Hericium E. is a delicious mushroom typically used in Chinese and Japanese cuisine.
Terracotta TCM Bodhi Zhi also contains OphioCordyceps this is a fungus – mushroom that lives as a parasitoid, entomopathogenic fungus in the hop rootworm larvae. This fungus produces a substance that is used as an herb in the mountainous regions of Nepal and Tibet. They live above the snow line ranging from 2300 – 3500 meters altitude. The constituents of most types of Cordyceps are cordycepine and its derivatives, polysaccharides, ergosterol, a glycoprotein and alpha amino isobutyric acid containing peptides.
Ophiocordyceps have been used for centuries in China within TCM.
Other names: catterpillar fungus, deer fungus, summer grass, winter worm (English), Kernkeulen (German), Ophiocordycipitaceae (French).
Terracotta TCM Bodhi Zhi Capsules are carefully composed and of the highest quality. All ingredients are checked in a Laboratory and inspected by Eurofins. All Terracotta products are 100% vegetarian and free from gluten, soy, wheat, lactose, sugar, salt, preservatives and artificial colors.
Mushrooms are good to use to support the immune system or as a therapy for chronic complaints, but then you must know the correct dose that you will receive from a mycotherapist.
With too low a dose or not the right combination of mushrooms, it cannot do what you expect it to do.
Therefore, always contact a mycotherepeet for the best advice in the dose.
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