Micotherapy Reishi AVD Reform

Optimizes stress management

Food supplement containing organically grown Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) (IT BIO 006) – Made in Europe.

Micotherapy Reishi is useful to reduce the changes in heart rhythm, the excessive production of cortisol, controlling systemic inflammation (inflammaging), to reduce the high perception of psychophysical stress, to reduce the alteration of blood pressure levels, spasmophilia, irritability and nervousness, to improve sleep and reduce mood disorders, and to support immune system deregulation.

Also known as the ‘Mushroom of a Thousand Years’ and the ‘Mushroom of Immortality’, Reishi is traditionally regarded as a useful remedy for restoring balance to the body, consequently helping to improve resistance to disease. The most important molecules contained in the product are: polysaccharides, particularly beta-glucans, glycoproteins, triterpenes, sterols, amino acids, nucleosides, and vitamins and minerals, including Germanium in high quantities. The properties of Reishi allow it to regulate and strengthen the immune system. It also has a natural calming effect, helping to improve the ability to cope with psychological and physical stress.


  • Organically-grown Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) whole mushroom pulverised and dry extract (titrated at 25% in polysaccharides)

3 capsules per day, preferably away from meals

packs containing 90 capsules
vegetable cellulose capsules

Gluten free
Play Sure-Doping Free certified product
Made in Europe

Reishi dry extract 960 mg
Polysaccharide content 240 mg
Reishi sporophorum 240 mg


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