I won‘t let go of Cordyceps, I swear by it. I always use it before winter and during winter, because I suffer from inflammation of the sinuses. I started to enjoy it last winter. There was a slight improvement, then I started again last September and this winter and I’ve not once had inflammation of the sinuses. Thanks to you.
My daughter always took antibiotics again and again. Basically for 14 days her digestion got gradually worse, she often had diarrhoea and was always tired. Based on MycoMedica's therapist's recommendation, she took Cordyceps and Reishi for 2 months. To that, I added 1 teaspoon of MycoClean (my daughter didn‘t really like it when it was mixed only in water, we gave it to her in porridge or a morning snack). In the last two months, her condition has improved, she hasn‘t been sick, her nose doesn’t run, her appetite has improved, and she isn‘t always tired. These days we switched to MycoComplex. I believe that the vicious circle has been broken and antibiotics have gone once and for all. Are you going to write a book about mushrooms and eating according to Chinese medicine?
I chose Coriolus together with Reish and Enoki for my oncologically ill father. I think Mycomedica was a great choice, not only are they helpful and friendly, but their preparations generally work. Dad feels much better, and above all, the tests are showing improvement.
Anyone who suffers from stomach ulcers knows what I'm writing about. The burning, dull pain in the upper abdomen area complicated my life, I had no appetite, and I had to see a doctor. I was looking for ways of treating gastric ulcers, and I took the Hericium mushroom and it really worked. If you have stomach ulcers, you should definitely try it.
I've had breast cancer. Throughout chemotherapy (I took Mycomedica mushrooms from about halfway through chemo) and for a while after it. I did well in chemotherapy, I wasn’t tired, I didn‘t have digestive problems and my hair grew fast. The doctors also said that everything developed very well. Now I take it after treatment. Reishi, Coriolus, and Maitake, I want to take precaution at a lower dosage.