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Birch polypore- tincture

Birch polypore- tincture

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The tincture is prepared in a ratio of 1:2.5, which means that 1 ml of tincture contains the equivalent of 400 mg (0.4 g) of birch polypore mushroom. The volume of the tincture is 50 ml.

The tincture is produced from birch polypore, which we collected in nature. In the extraction process, we use three steps to obtain the widest possible range of beneficial substances from the mushroom. They are; water extraction, pressurized water extraction and ethanol extraction. All three extracts are concentrated and a tincture with a high content of active ingredients is prepared from them.

Ingredients : distilled water, ethanol (35%), birch polypore mushroom (lat. Fomitopsis betulina )

Instructions for use and warnings : 1 to 2 ml of tincture, 1x to 2x daily. The daily amount should not exceed 4 ml. You can consume the tincture directly or dilute it in 1 dl of water. Due to greater absorption of bioactive substances, we recommend consumption on an empty stomach.

  • The tincture is a food supplement and is not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
  • Shake before use.

The advantage of using tinctures is greater bioavailability of bioactive substances, as they are dissolved in liquid.

Birch polypore is a medicinal mushroom with probably the longest history of use in Europe. It was also carried by Ӧtzi , who lived around 5000 years ago, and his mummy was found in the Italian Dolomites. It is extremely rich in polysaccharides (beta-glucans) and triterpenoids (betulinic acid). Scientific studies indicate that it has a beneficial effect on:

  • the functioning of the immune system,
  • inflammatory processes,
  • functioning of the digestive tract.

Studies also indicate a pronounced anti-cancer, antimicrobial and antiviral effect, as well as an antioxidant effect. It was traditionally used against intestinal parasites, for faster healing of wounds (in the form of poultices) and as a general tonic against various infections.

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