Supports both innate and adaptive immune response*
Backed by over 20 human clinical studies
A fermented extract of medicinal mushroom mycelia (roots), AHCC is one of the world's most researched specialty immune supplements, supported by over 20 human clinical studies. Studies on AHCC have been conducted at some of
the finest research institutions worldwide, including highly regarded Ivy League universities.
AHCC has been shown to:
• Maintain optimal NK cell activity*
• Enhance cytokine production*
• Promote optimal T-cell activity*
• Promote optimal macrophage activity*
• Increase the activity and number of dendritic cells*
Unlike most other medicinal mushroom extracts, AHCC has a very low molecular weight of just 5,000 daltons and is rich in alpha-glucans increasing absorption and efficacy. Because of its superior supporting research, AHCC is used by an estimated 1000 clinics worldwide.
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- Gluten Free
Suggested Use: 2-6 vegicaps daily before meals or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Warning: Do not use if seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children. Store at room temperature. Consult a doctor before use if you are pregnant or lactating, have or had a medical condition, or are taking prescription drugs.
I used to get sick often and have a pretty weak immune system, Ive been taking this for a year and havent gotten sick at all
A very good product. After taking QOL Labs ImmunoKinoko AHCC 500 mg 90 vcaps; my husbands PSA went DOWN!!!
No problems with it so far. Cannot say if it is helping with the issue at hand, but certainly isnt hurting. Will need more time to know if the condition being treated is resolving
Pain was disappeared and tumor shrunk
Early diagnosis of prostate cancer