Ideal composition, maximum strength and efficacy
Hoelen (poria, Wolfiporia extensa, Poria cocos, Fu Ling) is probably the most commonly used fungus in traditional Chinese medicine. Due to its ability to remove Shi (moisture) from the body and strengthen the Qi of the spleen, it is added to most phytotherapy recipes of traditional Chinese medicine.
Thanks to biofermentation and subsequent processing with the method of hot-water extraction, we offer a high-quality extract from mycelium of cordycepsin the ideal active substances ratio for the best results:
- minimum 30 % polysaccharides (33-34 % in reality)
Hoelen, Poria cocos, 100% pure extract – 500mg
excipients: no excipients, additives and preservatives
Hoelen (Wolfiporia extensa, Poria cocos, Fu Ling) is an edible fungus in the order Polyporales, the family Polyporaceae. It is a wood-decaying fungus that grows mainly on injured trees, fallen trunks, stumps, etc. It prefers pines. Interestingly, the fungus produces long-lived underground sclerotia resembling coconuts. Sclerotia can have up to 30 cm in length and weigh more than 1 kg. The colour of sclerotia is most often light brown.
The fungus prefers a subtropical climate with higher humidity. Its home is East and Southeast Asia. It grows abundantly in China, Vietnam and Thailand.
It is known in China as Fu Ling and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years. It is mentioned in the most famous Chinese herbarium Sheng Nong Ben Cao Jing and also in the work Shi Jing from the 11th century BC. It is used alone or in combination with other herbs and mushrooms.