According to traditional Chinese medicine, the GAN system (wood, liver) may be blocked and then heated up due to stress and excessive emotions. This block may cause further stagnation in different parts of the body. We describe it as somatisation of stress. Somatisation of stress means the transfer of psychological tension to different parts of the body. Long-term or strong stress sufferers often feel different pressures or feelings of anxiety, especially on the front of the body – frog in one’s throat, tightness or pressure on the chest, a need for deep breathing and sighing, pressure in the solar plexus, around the stomach or gallbladder or in the intestines. In women, various menstruation pains are somatized.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, almost every disease is preceded by formation of an energy cluster somewhere in the organism. The energy cluster is triggered by displaced emotions, according to the motto – consciousness is in the mind, emotions in the body. Displaced emotions cause various pains, anxieties, unclear feelings, which are the basis of bodily diseases, in particular of an autoimmune nature.
The difference between the mixture MycoStress and MycoSleep is that MycoSleep, according to traditional Chinese medicine, affects XIN (fire element – liver) and MycoStress affects GAN (wood element – liver).
According to Chinese medicine, a person having a problem with XIN is unanchored, psychologically unbalanced, forgetful, perceives his/her heartbeat, has restless sleep, gets scared easily and is rather pale.
A person having a problem with GAN can’t relax, is tense or withdrawn, mood changes, a lot of things get worse due to stress or emotion, women’s symptoms are usually intensified before menstruation.
Package contents: 180 tablets at 350mg
Package weight: 63g
Composition of 1 capsule:
Hericium or lion’s mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus), 30% extract – 140mg
He Huan Pi or Albizzia bark (Cortex albizziae) – 73mg
Yu Jin or curcuma (Rhizoma curcumae) – 40mg
Sheng Bai Shao or white peony root (Radix paeoniae Alba) – 40mg
Sheng Suan Zao Ren or jujuba (Semen ziziphi spinozae) – 40mg
excipients: microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, colloidal silicon dioxide