60 capsules/bottle - formerly known as "immunaX-COR" (with the same ingredients)
Naturally strengthens the immune system and may assist in the healthy functioning of the heart and circulatory system.
Recommended Intake: 2x1 or 3x1 capsules daily, depending on condition.
- Green tea extract (EPCG)
- Acerola extract
- Ganoderma lucidum extract
- Capsule composition: gelatin
ImmunaX-COR is a member of the prevention product family. Contains polysaccharides!
The main component of this product is the Ganoderma lucidum, also called Linghzi. This fungi grows at the base and stumps of deciduous trees, especially maple. Only two or three out of 10,000 such aged trees will have Lingzhi growth, and therefore its wild form is generally rare. Ganoderma lucidum enjoys special veneration in Asia, where it has been used as a medicinal mushrooom in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 4,000 years, making it one of the oldest mushrooms known to have been used in medicine. Because of its presumed health benefits and apparent absence of side-effects, it has attained a reputation in the East as the ultimate herbal substance. Numerous clinical research has been conducted in which ganoderma was found to be effective as a complementry therapy against heart and circulatory system diseases. This means that ImmunaX-COR may assist in the healthy functioning of the heart and circulatory system. Folk medicine also uses ganoderma to alleviate sleeplessness and other sleep disorders.
ImmunaX-COR also contains Epigallocatechin gallate (EPCG), which is green tea’s most valuable polyphenol. In a wide scale demographic survey in Japan (more than 40,000 people were involved), it was found that regular consumption of the active agents found in green tea reduced the mortality rates. Especially those with heart and circulatory disorders were found to have a significant reduction of mortality rates.
Max-Immun Ltd. was founded in 2004. It's direct founder was Prof. Dr. Joseph Fachet (MTA), who has worked in cancer research and who is also a world renown immunologist, as well as by Gabor Varga economist (LMU Munich) and historian (ELTE Budapest).