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Medicinal Mushroom: the Natural Supplements for your memory. And more besides

Over 65, health is ageless. Medicinal mushrooms are among the very few remedies considered to be a source of longevity and well-being, useful for staying healthy for a long time. Here are our practical tips for keeping fit during later life. Discover all the beneficial properties of Mycotherapy with Funghi Energia e Salute.


There are many Food Supplements available on the market, why choose our Medicinal Mushrooms?
It's simple: Mycotherapy provides obvious benefits throughout the body. This is documented by the results obtained from a vast amount of scientific research conducted in universities all over the world and published in authoritative international journals.

In China and Japan, where it is customary to use Medicinal Mushrooms, a large number of people reach a great age while remaining in excellent health. In some Eastern countries, moreover, these Natural Supplements are equated to conventional medicine and are provided by the national health service: this shows the trust placed in their properties and the efficacy of the active ingredients contained in the Mushrooms themselves.

Also in the USA and in some European countries, people have started to combine conventional medicine with Natural Supplements based on Medicinal Mushrooms. Many studies, in fact, have shown that Mycotherapy strengthens physiological functions, improving the results of pharmacological therapies and the quality of daily life.
These remedies are able to provide multiple beneficial effects at various levels: they regenerate the immune system, the liver, the stomach, the heart and are an excellent ally in mild anxiety and depression.
Medicinal Mushrooms help fight joint pain, mental fatigue and strengthen teeth and bones.

Taking care of yourself is a daily gesture. Discover the Medicinal Mushrooms most suitable for you
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