Considered a superfood supplement in Japan, AHCC® (active hexose correlated compound) is a patented, extensively researched dietary health supplement that facilitates optimal immune system function. It is obtained from the shiitake mushroom – well known for its immune-modulating activity – and is one of the world’s most researched specialty immune supplements. It is supported by over 100 published clinical studies and has been researched at more than 80 leading institutions worldwide.

In 1989, Japanese scientists discovered that by hybridising several mushrooms used in traditional healing, they could develop a natural compound that would give the body the ability to maintain “super immunity”. It has since been used to improve the immune health of over 100 000 patients.

 According to human and animal research, AHCC® may significantly increase Natural Killer (NK) cell activity. It has the ability to stimulate the immune system, which is important in controlling inflammation and infection and regulating healthy cell growth. It may also increase macrophage activity, enhance cytokine production and support the healthy functioning of the liver, while also acting as an
antioxidant.

 

The human body’s immune system is a highly sophisticated and complex defence system that guards the body against infections, toxins, as well as diseased and aberrant cells. Human survival is dependent on its optimal functioning. A compromised immune system leaves one susceptible to infections and other disease states. A healthy and appropriate immune response forms the cornerstone of overall health and the prevention of and recovery from many diseases. AHCC® is successfully used by clinicians worldwide who want to support patients to restore and maintain optimal immune system health.

Coyne Healthcare’s AHCC® health supplement is a powerful antioxidant that aggressively combats free radicals and thus boosts the immune system. Used by tens of thousands of healthy people worldwide, it is rich in alpha-glucans, which increase the compound’s absorption and efficacy.

Extensive research has shown that AHCC:
Enhances immune cell number and activity
Helps prevent infections
Supports intestinal immunity
May help improve liver function
Maintains peak Natural Killer cell activity
Enhances cytokine production
Promotes optimal T-Cell and macrophage activity
Increases dendritic cell activity and numbers

Indications: Contributes to the healthy function of the immune system.

 

Recommended Use:

Adults and children over 12 years: Take 2 – 5 capsules daily before food or as directed by your healthcare professional. A dose of up to 10 capsules per day may be used.


Capsules per container: 60

  • GMO free
  • Gluten free
  • Sugar free
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
  • Eco-friendly packaging
  • Each capsule contains:
    Lentinula edodes L. (shiitake mushroom) mycelium extract providing
    Activated Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC)                     600 mg
    Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3)                                                         100 IU

    Other ingredients are microcrystalline cellulose, silica, vegetable cellulose (capsule), and vegetable stearate.

    Contains no known allergens, no sugar or gluten, no artificial flavours or preservatives.

Hypersensitivity (allergy) to any of the ingredients
Concomitant use with calcipotriene

Consult your healthcare practitioner using if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or have any medical condition.

For more details, please see the Patient Information Leaflet.

 

Category D: Health Supplement

This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.

BENEFITS OF AHCC:

Extensive clinical research has shown that AHCC:

  • Enhances immune cell number and activity
  • Helps prevent infections
  • Supports intestinal immunity
  • May help improve liver function
  • Maintains peak Natural Killer cell activity
  • Enhances cytokine production
  • Promotes optimal T-Cell and macrophage activity
  • Increases dendritic cell activity and numbers

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