Psycho-physical rebalancing support
Food supplement containing organically grown Reishi, plant extracts and B-complex vitamins in natural form.

Formulated with Reishi dry extract from organic sources, Micotherapy BM carries out a natural calming action, alleviating symptoms of anxiety in a natural way. Thanks to the synergistic action of its components, it helps to improve the quality of sleep and the ability to manage psycho-physical stress, helping to provide greater mental clarity.


  • Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) dry extract titrated at 25% in polysaccharides
  • Vegetable complex of B-complex vitamins from buckwheat
  • Hypericum grass dry extract (titrated at 0.3% in hypericin)
  • Passiflora flowers dry extract (titrated at 3.5% in flavonoids)
  • Centella leaves dry extract (titrated at 40% in triterpenes)
  • Vegetable cellulose capsules


  • Reishi: also known as the ‘mushroom of a thousand Years’ and the ‘mushroom of immortality’ because it is believed to promote longevity, Reishi is traditionally used as a remedy for restoring balance to the body, consequently increasing resistance to disease. It also acts on the nervous system and on the release of endogenic endorphins, producing a naturally calming effect, and improves sleep quality and the body’s ability to recover.
  • Hypericum dry extract:it aids relaxation and mental wellbeing, contributing to normal moods, and is commonly used to treat slight or moderate depression accompanied by anxiety, fatigue and irregular sleep patterns.
  • Passiflora: it has a calming, sedating action on the central nervous system, with significant effects on stress, nervousness and insomnia.
  • Centella:it has an anti-inflammatory action and increases brain oxygenation, thus improving mental clarity, concentration and sleep rhythms.
  • B-complex vitamins in natural form:highly bio-available, they are important for maintaining the balance of the nervous system and protecting both its structure and functions.

2 capsules per day, preferably away from meals

pack containing 60 capsules
vegetable cellulose capsules.


Gluten free
ICEA VEGAN certified product
Made in Europe

Reishi dry extract 660 mg
Polysaccharide content 165 mg
Buckwheat 400 mg
Hypericum dry extract 235 mg
Daily intake of Hypericin 0,7 mg
Hyperforin/hypericin ratio no higher than 7
Passiflora dry extract 200 mg
Centella dry extract 100 mg
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) 0,8 mg 73%
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 1,3 mg 93%
Vitamin B3 (niacin) 14,3 mg 89%
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) 5,5 mg 91%
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 0,8 mg 57%
Folic acid 180 mcg 90%
Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) 1,6 mcg 64 %


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