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Coriolus versicolor, the anti-tumor and immune-boosting mushroom.
Weight: 0.25 pounds
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Corio PSP™ is a dried extract of the Coriolus versicolor mushroom, which has long been used in Chinese Traditional Medicine for its anti-tumor and immune-modulatory functions.
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Physiological Effects of Coriolus
- Promotes the proliferation of T cells and pre-T cells.
- Increases thymus weight.
- Increases the biological effects of radiation.
- Possesses direct cytotoxic effects to tumor cells and inhibits tumor growth.
- Increases the production of IL-2, IgG, C3, and interferon.
- Raises the activities of NK cells and macrophages.
- Maintains and raises white blood cell count.
- Lessens the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
- Reduces pain in terminal patients.
- Prevents liver injuries induced by CCl4 (carbon-tetrachloride-based drugs).
Corio PSP is composed of 38 percent polysaccharides. These polysaccharides have a main chain of an alpha and beta (1-4) glucan, and tightly bound 15-38% polypeptides. The polysaccharides are composed of six types of monosaccharides: galactose, glucose, mannose, xylose, arabinose, and rhamnose. The peptide portion consists mainly of aspartic acid and glutamic acid.
Tests for abnormalities in chromosomes, nucleotides, and reproduction were all negative. The use of 50 times human clinical dosage on monkeys consecutively for 6 months produced no toxic effects.
Recommended use: 1-3 grams a day (3-10 capsules) per day for maintenance; 3-6 grams per day (10-20 capsules) for optimal therapeutic effects.
For further information and scientific references, read the article about Corio PSP in the NaturoDoc Library.