Micotherapy TRD

Nourishment and support of the thyroid

Food supplement containing medicinal mushrooms from organic farming and B-complex vitamins, with CoQ10, L-Tyrosine, Selenium and Iodine from Fucus vesiculosus.

Health benefits:

Micotherapy TRD is a formulation designed to improve thyroid function: Reishi and ABM help regulate the stress axis and improve moods, Tyrosine, Selenium, Iodine and B vitamins stimulate the production of thyroid hormones, contributing to protect the thyroid from oxidative stress and boost the proper functioning of the nervous system.


  • ABM (Agaricus blazei Murril sporophorum) dry extract titrated at 25% in polysaccharides
  • Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum P. Karst sporophorum) dry extract titrated at 25% in polysaccharides
  • L-Tyrosine
  • Fucus (Fucus vesiculosus L.) dry extract titrated at 0.1% in iodine
  • Zinc gluconate
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Selenium methionine
  • Vit. B6 (pyridoxine)
  • Folic acid
  • Vit. B12 (cyanocobalamin)

Properties of the ingredients:

  • ABM (Agaricus Blazei Murril) dry extract: controls inflammation and oxidative stress. It improves immune-based thyroid problems.
  • Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum P. Karst) dry extract: it modulates the immune system and helps rebalance cortisol levels. It helps regulate the stress axis and improve moods.
  • L-Tyrosine: essential amino acid for the production of neurotransmitters and thyroid hormones. Recommended in case of hypothyroidism.
  • Fucus dry extract: useful as a thyroid support and as an aid in weight loss diets, the iodine contained in Fucus is easily assimilated by the body and it concentrates in the thyroid. Iodine is an essential micronutrient for the synthesis of thyroid hormones.
  • Zinc glutonate: zinc participates as a co-factor in the synthesis of thyroid hormones and in the conversion of T4 into T3.
  • Coenzyme Q10: antioxidant, restores mitochondrial function. The combined effect of CoQ10 and Selenium improves thyroid and cardiovascular function.
  • Selenium methionine: a source of selenium, particularly recommended for the treatment of autoimmune thyroid diseases. Its deficiency can lead to changes in thyroid function.
  • Vit. B6 (pyridoxine): useful in the treatment of hyperthyroidism, it enables iodine to make thyroid hormones. Reduces the levels of psycho-physical stress.
  • Vit B9 (Folic acid): regulates the metabolism. Low levels of folic acid in the blood are related to an increase in homocysteine, which is responsible for atherosclerosis, risk of heart attack, embolism and stroke.
  • Vit. B12 (cyanocobalamin): vitamin B12 supplementation improves symptoms in patients with hypothyroidism.


1 capsule 3 times per day, preferably away from meals.

pack containing 70 capsules
vegetable cellulose capsules

Gluten free
Made in Europe

Ingredients Per 3 capsules %VNR*
Agaricus blazei dry extracto 750 mg

Polysaccharide content

187,5 mg
Reishi dry extract 750 mg

Polysaccharide  content

187,5 mg
L-tyrosine 300 mg
Fucus dry extract 225 mg
Iodine content 225 mcg 150%
CoQ10 150 mg
Zinc 15 mg 150%
Vitamina B6 (pyridoxine) 9,5 mg 678%
Folic acid (Vit B9) 400 mcg 200%
Selenium 83 mcg 151%
Vitamin B12 (cianocobalamina) 33 mcg 1320%


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