[Details] Agaricus' Barrier Power Supports a Healthy Lifetime! Agaricus" contains β-glucan, which is believed to work as a barrier, and yeast extract, which is believed to have the same effect. It is recommended for those who want to stay healthy and are concerned about their lifestyle.
What is Agaricus?
Agaricus is actually a generic name for several hundred species of mushrooms of the genus Agaricus (Haratake). Mushrooms in salads and hashed rice are actually mushrooms of the genus Agaricus, whose scientific name is "Agaricus bisporus.
The mushroom used in supplements is Agaricus blazei Murill, whose scientific name is "Agaricus blazei Murill," and its Japanese name is "Hime Matsutake.
The source of Agaricus' barrier power is a special β-glucan not found in other mushrooms!
Mushrooms have long been used as a healthy food based on the concept of "medicine and food are of the same origin," which focuses on the deep relationship between diet and health. Recent studies have shown that β-glucan, a polysaccharide contained in mushrooms, backs up the barrier power of mushrooms. Agaricus blazei Murill has been shown to contain a type of beta-glucan not found in other mushrooms.
[How to use] --Take as is without chewing with water or lukewarm water.
--Because this product is made from natural ingredients, the color of the product may vary slightly. This is due to the fact that the color has not been adjusted, and there is no problem with the ingredient content or quality.
[Ingredients] Agaricus mushroom powder (manufactured in Japan), yeast extract, lactose, starch/cellulose, Ca stearate