Vitalsail® Antrodia Camphorata - Treasure from teh Ancient Forest, Gift for the Modern World
|Product:||Vitalsail Antrodia Camphorata (500 Capsules)|
|Net Weight:||500 capsules |
|Country of Origin: ||Manufactured in the USA with ingredients from Taiwan|
What is Antrodia Camphorata: Wild Antrodia Camphorata grows at 400~1500 meters above sea level, and is found in Taiwanese Bull Camphor Trees (Cinnamomum kanehirai Hay tree) only. The fungus is a protected species in Taiwan. Wild Antrodia Camphorata carpophores are perennial with a strong camphor smell and grow on the surface of inner hallows in the Bull Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum kanehirai Hay tree).
- Curative effect on cancer in animal tests**
- Helps promote healthy circulation**
- Maintain healthy liver function**
- Support immune system health**
|**This statement has not been evaluated by FDA, this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. |
Antrodia Camphorate is superior to Ganoderma Lucidum (Reishi)
Medical Evidence: Triterpenoids content is the standard by which Antrodia Camphorata’s quality is judged. Antrodia Camphorata is rich in Triterpenoids, polysaccharide, adenosine, chitin, vitamins, superoxide dismutase rare minerals and so on.
Antrodia Camphorata: Renamed Antrodia Camphorat in 1997. （Zang & Su）S.－H. Wu, Ryvarden & T.T.Chang. Because it is only found in Taiwan, it was named Taiwan Fungus in 2004.
A Triterpenoid’s finger print containing more than 200 kinds of Triterpenoids
There are 20~50 kinds of Triterpenoids in one Leishi (Ling Chi) species and more than 200 kinds of Triterpenoids in all Leishi species combined
20% - 45%
1% - 3%
Place of original
Vitalsail® Antrodia Camphorata is very unique.
Solid-State Cultured Vitalsail Antrodia Camphorata is the closest of any product to wild type Antrodia Camphorata, and even better. HPLC figures show that both Vitalsail and wild Antrodia Camphorata have Triterpenoids, but Antrodia Camphorata mycelia have none. Over 99.97% similarity to the DNA sequence of Vitalsail Antrodia Camphorata compared to wild Antrodia Camphorata.