Phellinus Mushroom Extract
Nammex Phellinus mushroom is processed by hot water extraction into a fine powder suitable for encapsulation or beverages.
|Beta (1-3),(1-6)-glucans||Greater than 25%|
Nammex Phellinus is 100% Pure Mushroom
No added fillers, starch, grains or mycelium
Phellinus Mushroom History
Phellinus is a polypore that grows wild on various tree species. Some claim that the true Phellinus grows primarily on Mulberry but there seems to be a number of closely aligned variant species, P.baumii the most common. Cultivation has been ongoing for about twenty years. There has been a significant amount of research in Korea, most of it focused on the immunological activities of this mushroom.
Phellinus Mushroom Uses
Proudly Made in China
In 1996, CEO and Founder of Nammex, Jeff Chilton organized organic mushroom production in China. That initiative paid off and today all Nammex mushrooms are grown or wildcrafted deep in the mountains of China by our Certified Organic production partners.
Not All Medicinal Mushrooms Products are Created Equal
US lab-grown Phellinus is mycelium grown on grain. Analysis has shown that US Phellinus mycelium on grain has low levels of beta-glucan and very high levels of starch. Nammex only uses 100% organic fruiting bodies which are rigorously tested and guaranteed for active compounds. Learn more about the mycelia myth and the 10 Questions to Ask about Your Mushroom Supplement.
Certified Organic; Kosher; Vegan; Gluten-free; Non-GMO
Phellinus Mushroom Research
- Yang Y. et al., ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITIES OF EXTRACTS FROM THE GENUS PHELLINUS SPECIES. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Mushroom Biology and Mushroom Products (ICMBMP7) 2011
- Konno S. et al., Potent Effects of Bioactive Mushroom Extracts (Phellinus linteus) on a Variety of Human Cells. J. clin Med Res. 2015;7(2):76-82
- Uranoglu M. et al., Effects of polysaccharide from fruiting bodies of Agaricus bisporus, Agaricus brasiliensis, and Phellinus linteus on alcoholic liver injury. Int J Food Sci Nutr. 2014 Jun;65(4):482-8