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Reverse

Fatty liver detox

£99.00

REVERSE is an exceptional blend of 5 of the most hepatoprotective (Liver protective) medicinal mushrooms (Cordyceps, Shiitake, Shaggy mane, Sun Mushroom, and Oyster Mushroom) combined with premium, pharmaceutical-grade CBD, aiding in the prevention and management of liver disease by supporting and maintaining liver health.

 

Extensive Research demonstrates that these 5 medicinal mushrooms (Lentinus edodes, Cordyceps militaris, Agaricus brasisiensis, Coprinus comatus, Pleurotus ostreatus) may help aid recovery from hepatotoxins as well as regenerate & restore liver function, thus providing protection from liver damage. 

 

The mushrooms are combined with CBD, a good source of hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory antioxidants. CBD also activates the Endocannabinoid system, which mediates insulin resistance and liver lipogenesis, thus maintaining healthy body weight and energy balance, essential in reducing the risk of fatty liver disease. 

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.

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Traditional Mushrooms

Supercharged with the natural properties of Shiitake, Cordyceps, Almond Mushroom, Shaggy mane, Oyster Mushroom.

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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.

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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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Almond
Mushroom

Latin name

Agaricus Brasiliensis

Common name

Almond mushroom

Where it grows

The Agaricus mushrooms can be found growing in Canada, California, Hawaii, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Taiwan, Philippines, Australia, and Brazil.

What it looks like

White to dull reddish-brown, round top hemispherical top

Common uses?

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

Fun fact

The almond mushroom got its common name because it actually tastes like almonds, making it a delicacy in gourmet cooking.

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Shaggy
Mane

Latin name

Coprinus Comatus

Common name

Shaggy mane

Where it grows

Shaggy mane grows naturally in disturbed grounds, grass, wood chips, and hard-packed soil; most commonly in Britain and Ireland.

What it looks like

White, bell-like cylinders, a bit rough

Common uses?

Powder, dietary supplements, skincare

Fun fact

Shaggy mane is also called 'lawyer's wig' because it looks like a 'peruke,' the headpiece British judges and barristers wear in the courts for formality.

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Oyster
Mushroom

Latin name

Pleurotus Ostreatus

Common name

Oyster mushroom

Where it grows

The oyster mushroom can be found in multiple temperate and subtropical forests throughout the world, although it is most known as a WWI staple in Germany.

What it looks like

Tan, oyster shell-like, gills

Common uses?

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

Fun fact

The oyster mushroom been used for alternative leather, mycellium bricks, mycellium furniture, and other textiles.

benefits

CORDYCEPS MILITARIS (CORDYCEPS)

Cordyceps is rich in bioactive compounds that have been shown through numerous studies to protect the liver from developing Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) or Cirrhosis and improving overall liver function and health by:

Providing hepatoprotective, free radical-scavenging antioxidants, as well as raising hepatic Glutathione levels and lowering lipid peroxide levels, thus protecting against inflammation and degenerative, oxidative damage in the liver.

Lowering total lipid and triglyceride levels, as well as serum ALT concentrations. 

Preventing lipid accumulation in the hepatocytes (liver cells).

 

COPRINUS COMATUS (SHAGGY MANE)

Various scientific studies have demonstrated that this highly nutritious mushroom, full of liver-enhancing compounds such as, polysaccharides, tocopherols, organic and phenolic acids, exerts potent hepatoprotective bioactivities.

Coprinus comatus has also been shown to enhance antioxidant-enzyme activity, which noticeably improves alcohol metabolism and resultant inflammatory responses, thereby preventing and even mitigating liver damage. 

 

LENTINUS EDODES (SHIITAKE) 

Shiitake is very rich in antioxidant- polyphenols, which are thought to be the primary bioactive compounds responsible for its hepatoprotective properties. 

Research on Shiitake’s protective effects against liver fibrosis has demonstrated that it may inhibit the overaccumulation of hepatic collagen fibrils and suppress the overexpression of genes responsible for protein accumulation in the liver, as well as preventing structural changes and production of hepatic stellate cells (HSCs), associated with liver fibrosis. 

 

AGARICUS BRASILIENSIS (ALMOND MUSHROOM)

Potent, hepatoprotective polysaccharides and antioxidants, have been identified in Agaricus brasiliensis.

The polysaccharides have also been shown to provide substantial protection against hepatic mutagenicity and carcinogenicity, as well as lowering ALT levels (a liver enzyme associated with liver damage), thus inducing the production of healthy hepatocytes (liver cells) and tissue. 

 

PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS (OYSTER MUSHROOM)

Oyster mushrooms are loaded with antioxidants, shown to protect the liver cells from damage and even death (apoptosis), associated with inflammation and certain metabolic- pathway disorders or resulting from the intake of a variety of toxins. 

Several Scientific studies have also demonstrated that Pleurotus ostreatus decreases blood levels ALT and AST (Liver enzymes associated with liver toxicity, damage or disease), as well as malondialdehyde (inflammatory marker), whilst increasing levels of hepatoprotective, antioxidant-enzymes; superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase and glutathione peroxidase.

 

CBD

CBD activates the endocannabinoid system which helps regulate liver lipogenesis (fat formation) and mediates Insulin resistance, whilst anti-inflammatory antioxidants, found in abundance in CBD, decrease fatty acid oxidation, thus providing protection from Steatosis (fatty liver).

 

Choline

Choline is an essential nutrient vital for many body functions, such as nerve signaling, as well as liver (helps remove fat from the liver) and muscle functioning. The body can’t make enough choline on its own, so we need to get it from our diet. choline is a newcomer to the nutritional scene. It wasn’t recognized as an essential nutrient until 1998, when a study by the Institute of Medicine discovered that choline deficiency can lead to fatty liver disease and muscle damage.

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