MycoClean is a balanced combination of mushroom and herbal extracts, designed for present-day humans’ problems, which is based on the deep wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine. This combination strengthens the “spleen” (Chinese synonym for digestion) and thereby strengthens the energy Qi of the entire body, drains moisture and mucus from the organism , detoxifies the organism, harmonises the psyche, strengthens SHEN (kidneys) and FEI (lungs).
So what exactly weakens PI (spleen)?
It’s irregular meals, overeating, lack of quality food, unilateral food selection, excessive consumption of sugar, dairy products and white flour. Also excessive thinking and lack of movement.
Breakfast is important for the spleen. If we manage to "start" digestion in the morning, it will work throughout the day. Chinese dietetics recommends that the breakfast be warm. Cereal porridge or soups are ideal, whereas yogurts, sweets (fast sugars) or raw fruits aren’t suitable.
MycoClean , as part of a healthy breakfast, will help us both strengthen the PI (spleen) and cleanse the entire organism.
The dominant part of the mixture isadlay or Job's-tears. Adlay is excellent for strengthening of the spleen system and draining moisture from the organism. It can cleanse the organism from various harmful substances and toxins.
The second component of the mixture is Indian lotus seed, which – together with adlay – also strengthens the PI (spleen) and harmonises excretion. Its important function is strengthening the SHEN (kidneys) and their essence. Adlay weakens the SHEN (kidneys) in the case of long-term use. Its third function is harmonisation of the psyche and therefore, it’s suitable for insomnia, mild depression and severe stress...
The third component isFo Shou, which is a kind of lemon tree called Buddha’s hand, which regulates liver energy Qi, often stagnated from excessive or unexpressed emotions, supports digestion,strengthens the spleen and transforms TAN (mucus).
The last but important part of the mixture is a medicinal mushroom Maitake or Grifola frondosa). This mushroom is able to regulate PI/WEI/GAN (i.e. insulin resistance), and so it’s used for metabolic problems. It’s often used together with chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
Thanks to these features it’s suitable as a complement to any healthy breakfast.
From the Chinese medicine point of view:
To boost the immune system, you can do a lot of it yourself, especially by adjusting your eating habits.
Package contents: 99g powder (30 doses), dosage teaspoon
Composition in 1 batch:
Maitake, Grifola frondosa, 30% extract – 150mg
Yi Yi Ren, Coix lacryma, seed extract 5:1 – 2100mg
Lian Zi, Nelumbo nucifera, seed extract 5:1 – 900mg
Fo Shou, Citri sarcodactylis, fetal extract 5:1 – 150mg
excipients: no excipients, additives and preservatives
Most of our raw mushroom material comes from China. Ecology isn’t often a priority for contemporary China. Therefore, it’s difficult, but at the same time necessary to seek absolutely pure nature untouched by industry for cultivation of medicinal mushrooms. MycoMedica mainly uses mushrooms grown in in the Fujian, Anhui and Jiangxi provinces, where there are areas virtually untouched by civilisation. Pesticides, heavy metals, microorganisms, moulds, radioactivity are a danger, which raw mushroom material must be protected against unconditionally.
All the raw mushroom material we use to produce our mushroom products is tested before processing in Agrolab, an independent German laboratory for more than 500 types of known heavy metals, pesticides and microorganisms that are harmful to humans. We are able to present these tests on request.
Classic tests conducted by the German lab. Agrolab have now been expanded with testing forpolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), which have carcinogenic effects, which can affect fetal development and are also linked to cardiovascular diseases. See here.
The final production of our products takes place under the strictest hygienic conditions in the Czech Republic. For our production, we use the standards ISO 9001/2009, certified HACCP and the system of quality IFS.
We also offer free advisory services for our products.
When your order is over 2,000 CZ, shipping is free.
For larger orders, we have discounts:
We train experts in mycotherapy, who can use our mushrooms effectively in their practice. We also hold international seminars on medicinal mushrooms, these are attended by leading experts on this issue.
If we want to use as many active substances as possible from mushrooms, we must process them allowing them to disrupt the chitinous envelope of the mushroom cell. Humans don’t have the necessary enzymes to digest chitin, so they’re unable to release active substances from the mushroom cell wall during digestion and instead they excrete them from their organism.
It’s possible to produce a decoction from dried mushrooms. However, this traditional method requires a large number of mushrooms to achieve therapeutic effects.
b) mushroom powder or biomass
Dried mushrooms are ground to a very fine powder. This partially disturbs the chitin envelope and the body is then able to extract active substances from the mushroom.
We can break the chitin barrier using gentle extraction with hot water and extract the maximum amount of active substances from the mushroom. In the case of most kinds of mushrooms, it’s also necessary to perform condensation using ethanol at the end of the extraction process (the so-calleddouble extraction ), as some active substances are water insoluble.
Extraction is the most optimal method for processing mushrooms for medical purposes. This is why the overwhelming majority of medical studies are conducted with extracts and not with mushroom powder.
The main, although not the only active substances of medicinal mushrooms are polysaccharides (mainly β-(1, 3)-D-glucans). While dried powder contains about 0.5‒3% polysaccharides, our extracts contain 30%.
Another good argument for the use of MycoMedica mushrooms is that a great many doctors and Chinese medicine practitioners are working with our products and they’ve had only the best experience with them. Seehere.
We also use MycoMedica products in our doctor’s office, so we have everyday feedback on their beneficial effects.
Some companies use entirely common raw mushroom material for processing, in order to achieve a higher percentage of polysaccharide content. Common labs won’t recognise the difference. However, this raw material has minimal therapeutic effects. If indeed, it has any at all. Together with our German colleagues, we have been testing all raw mushroom material, so that it contains only high-quality mushroom polysacharides..
Some Chinese companies, in order to achieve microbiological purity of extracts, expose mushrooms to the effects of radioactive radiation, which destroys microorganisms. We emphasise that MycoMedica products aren’t exposed to radiation in in any phase of production.
Some Chinese manufacturers don’t respect traditional manufacturing practices. For example, mushroom drying must be done slowly and in sunshine. This is why it’s so important for us to cooperate only with proven growers and processors of raw mushroom material. We don’t use any unverified raw material in our products.
We don’t take our motto QUALITY - SAFETY - EFFICIENCY lightly. Thanks to this, we have gradually become the most important East European producer of products from medicinal mushrooms.
I take it in the morning for breakfast. Mixed in cereal porridge. I'm full of energy all day. I have stopped swelling, the yeast effusions disappeared, and the stools regulated. Enjoy a good breakfast of Mycomedica. I keep my fingers crossed for you!
It has become a bit of a tradition to give the entire family MycoClean and MycoComplex in the spring and autumn. And the fact is, we‘re ill much less. And if there is something that the kids bring home from school, it runs its course quickly.
Thanks to MycoClean, MycoComplex (older daughter), Dragon Syrup (younger daughter), and fine-tuning our diet we manage our infections wonderfully. Do you have anything to make them less wild as well? :-)
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?