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Natural therapy, known for thousands of years in Chinese medicine, exploiting the  fungi , fungi,  molds . The healing properties of fungi have also been shown to be very effective in animals. The individuality of the cause of a pathology will depend on the individuality of the treatment, and therefore the use of therapeutic mushrooms and the specificities linked to your animal.

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The therapeutic mushrooms have a beneficial action on the immune system, the absorption of oxygen by the blood and the nervous system; their therapeutic virtues are also interesting in the case of various tumors because their growth is inhibited.

They contain alpha and beta glucans, enzymes, prebiotics, natural antibiotics, B vitamins, ergosterol, selenium, zinc and essential amino acids. They strengthen and protect, for example, the kidneys and the liver, but also the cardiac musculature and the respiratory tract. They can perfectly be used as a preventive measure, that is to say for prophylaxis, in particular during particular phases of life (growth, lactating females, elderly animals).

The dosage of therapeutic fungi should be decided individually depending on the animal and its pathology. It depends on the type and severity of the disease, the size of the animal as well as the number of fungi in combination.

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The mushrooms

The field of application of Mycotherapy is therefore very wide. To modulate the immune defenses, there is a mixture of 11 fungi capable of stimulating, but also of regulating the immune activity while also balancing all the systems which act in synergy with the latter (endocrine, digestive, cardiovascular, etc.)

Mushrooms used in Animal Mycotherapy:

  • Coriolus Versicolor ​

  • Ganoderma Lucidum

  • Grifola Frondosa

  • Hericium Erinaceus

  • Honey-colored armillary

  • Phelinus linteus

  • Polypore Sulfur

Always organic never from wild harvests

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Coriolus Versicolor


Ganoderma Lucidum


Hericium Erinaceus


Amillary honey color


Polypore Sulfur

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