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Immunity Support

Strengthen and support the immune system

£99.00

As part of our holistic and integrative approach to preventive care and your health-being, all our products are based on the ground-breaking M²CBD formula that simultaneously targets the immune system (through a blend of functional mushrooms) and the endocannabinoid system (through a premium pharmaceutical-grade CBD). The simultaneous targeting of both systems creates a supercharged, 1+1=10 effect on your health. 

Cannabotech’s Immunity food supplement contains a unique blend of reishi, cordyceps, enokitake, and shitake to help strengthen your immune system and a premium pharmaceutical-grade, isolated CBD  that contributes to a balanced immune system via the endocannabinoid system.  

We have included zinc, an essential nutrient for defending the immune system to further supercharge your immunity. 

Description

Take one tablet up to 4 times per day with food. This product should not be a substitute for a balanced, healthy diet and lifestyle. Do not exceed the maximum daily recommended intake.

Cordyceps Militaris Extract, Flammulina Velutipes Extract, Ganoderma Lucidum Extract, Lentinus Edodes Extract, Mannitol, Ganoderma Lucidum Alcoholic Extract, Bulking Agents, Anti-Caking Agents, Cannabidiol, Ascorbic Acid, Antioxidant, Emulsifiers, Zinc Citrate, Sesame Oil

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Traditional Mushrooms

Supercharged with the natural properties of Reishi, Cordyceps, Enokitake, and Shiitake

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Reishi

Latin name

Ganoderma Lucidum

Common name

Reishi

Where it grows

Reish can be found growing on trees in temperate and subtropical climates in Asia, Europe, South America and North America

What it looks like

Burnt-orange, shiny varnish, flat kidney-shaped

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare

Fun fact

The reishi mushroom was so revered in ancient China that it was reserved only for royalty.

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Cordyceps

Latin name

Cordyceps Militaris

Common name

Cordyceps

Where it grows

Natural Cordyceps sinensis can be found growing on catepillars in the high mountains of East Asia, however commercial Cordyceps militaris are grown on rice.

What it looks like

Long, slender blade-like orange stems

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

A Chinese women's distance running team attributed taking cordyceps with their record-setting speeds in the 1993 National Games in Beijing, China.

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Enokitake

Latin name

Flammulina Velutipes

Common name

Enokitake

Where it grows

Commercial enokitake is typically cultivated, however it can be found in the wild on dead elm (an some other broadleaf trees) trees in Britain, Ireland, Europe, North Africa, Asia ,and North America.

What it looks like

White (cultivated) long stems topped with buttons or tan (wild) shorter stems

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Japanese cuisine

Fun fact

A study of enokitake farmers in Japan found that the farmers had lower rates of cancer deaths than others not involved in the mushroom farming.

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Shiitake

Latin name

Lentinus Edodes

Common name

Shiitake

Where it grows

Shiitake mushrooms largely grow in groups on deciduous trees like maple, poplar, and oak trees in warm and moist, Southeast Asian climates.

What it looks like

Button like, brown

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

Shiitake mushrooms have an savory, meaty-like taste and texture and are loaded in nutrients like copper, vitamin D, and B vitamins; making them an valuable staple in the vegan diet.

benefits

CBD |

Promotes balance in your body to supercharge your immunity further and contributes to a balanced immune response.

 

Functional Mushrooms |  

To help strengthen the immune system. Functional mushrooms can help your immune system fight harder when an invader is present and relax when it may be overactive thanks to their powerful beta-glucan polysaccharides, rich antioxidant levels, and high vitamin and mineral content. 

 

Reishi |

To support the immune system.  While reishi has been thought to be essential to the Eastern medicine cabinet, it is just now getting the credit it deserves in the West for its role in keeping invaders out of your system thanks to its ample beta-glucan polysaccharides. It also happens to be an adaptogen (stress-balancing) mushroom, which can only come in handy when you’re feeling a bit iffy. 

 

Cordyceps |

To promote a healthy immune response and help renew your stamina. If you’ve ever petered out in times of illness, you’ll grow to love this added ingredient to your health regime. It is thought to enhance stamina, support the immune system, and even help reinvigorate your libido.    

 

Enokitake | 

To further support the immune system. This tasty superfood is rich in many vitamins and minerals that can contribute to a healthy body. In particular, the rich polysaccharide content can help you decrease inflammation, fight off free radicals from environmental toxins, promote a healthy heart, protect your liver from accumulating excess fat, and much much more. It’s even shown promise to boost a gloomy spirit. 

 

Shiitake | 

To contribute to a healthy immune response. Like enokitake, shiitake is chock-full of nutrients essential for living a healthy and robust life, including protein, vitamin D, B vitamins, copper, zinc, essential amino acids, and more. Most significantly, their high beta-glucan content contributes to a healthy immune response. And several compounds have shown antibacterial, antiviral, and antimicrobial activity. So this is one mushroom it wouldn’t hurt to give a go. 

 

Zinc | 

To contribute to the normal function of the immune system with a vital nutrient.

 

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