Micotherapy Auricularia

Protection of blood vessels

Food supplement containing Auricularia (Auricularia auricula Judae) (IT BIO 006) – Made in Europe.

Health benefits:

Micotherapy Auricularia is useful in gut dysbiosis with alternate alvus (increase fecal bulking), dry mucous membranes (dry cough, pharyngitis, sinusitis), inflammation and oxidative processes at load of the mucous membranes, dry eyes, cystitis and vaginitis, alteration of lipid profile, biliary stasis, damage from radiotherapy to the mucous membranes and alterations in cardiovascular function.


Rich in polysaccharides, glycoproteins, amino acids, precursors of vitamin D, vitamins B1, B2 and B3, beta-carotene, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and copper, Auricularia contains polysaccharides with hygroscopic properties and is traditionally used to boost and support the immune system and fight fatigue and lack of energy. Thanks to its high melanin content, up to 30% in this mushroom (referred to the dry weight of the mushroom), Auricularia is one of the mushrooms with the highest antioxidant value. Its action is exerted on the cardiovascular system, particularly on the peripheral venous circulation, and is therefore particularly recommended for venous stasis, haemorrhoids and peripheral venous insufficiency. Thanks to its vasodilation effects, it helps regulate blood pressure. The presence of insoluble polysaccharides and mucilages, with prebiotic and regularizing effects on the intestinal transit, make it useful in case of metabolic syndrome.


  • Organically grown Auricularia auricula Judae sporophorum (IT BIO 006)


3 capsules per day, preferably away from meals.

pack containing 90 capsules
vegetable cellulose capsules

Gluten free
ICEA Organic certified product
Made in Europe


Auricularia auricula sporophorum

1500 mg


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