About

The most commonly used species of medicinal mushrooms include Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum); Shiitake (Lentinula edodes); Cordyceps (Cordyceps ophioglossoides), often referred to as Caterpillar Fungus and Deer Antler Fungus; and Maitake (Grifola frondosa) and  Chaga ( Inonotus Obliquus).

 

 

 

Nutritional composition of mushrooms:

  • Vitamins (B’s, C, folic acid, pro-vitamin D)
  • Dietary Fiber
  • Minerals (potassium, selenium, sulfur, sodium, germanium, zinc, manganese, and phosphorus)
  • Protein (essential amino acids precursers)
  • Sugars (mannitol, xylose, ribose, glucose, galactose, mannose)
  • Lipids (phospholipids, sterols, sterol esters, free fatty acids, mono-, di-, and triglycerides, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
  • Polysaccharides (glycogen, chitin, beta-D-glucans
  • Antioxidants
  • Essential oils (triterpenes)
  • Sterols (anti-inflammatory compounds)
  • Enzymes (antibacterial, proteolytic)

 

Over the years it became evident that mushrooms are not only “superfoods” but also powerful healers.

 

We provide full spectrum medicinal mushroom formulae (from Pure Health UK) designed to support your pets health.

 

Potential benefit of medicinal mushrooms for pets

 

Medicinal  mushrooms have been promoted for dog, cat and horse health by virtue of their ability to

  • to optimize nutrition,
  • boost immunity,
  • help prevent tumors and to treat cancer,
  • help prevent disease,
  • medicinal mushrooms are adaptogens, which means they help the body adapt to stress, age slowly and resist infection.

 

Medicinal mushrooms could be part of the adjunct therapy if your pet is being treated for the following:

Age-related probems (improper digestion, lack of energy, mild cognitive dysfunction), problems related to immune defense disorder ( allergy, cancer & chemotherapy), infections ( viral, bacterial and  opportunistic pathogens such as demodex, giardia or coccidiosis) and supportive treatments for heart, liver and kidney problems.

 

 
 
 

Contact


Phone | 06 1 223 1258
Mobil | 06 30 455 0256
Emailvetbios@gmail.com, info@vetricare.hu