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TRITON-MRL: mushroom biomass combination of Ganoderma, Cordyceps and Shiitake analysed by Chinese Medicine suitability criteria for concurrent systemic supplementation and harmonisation
TRITON-MRL is a novel combination of three famous mushrooms: Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis, dongchongxiacao), Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum, lingzhi) and Shiitake (Lentinus edodes, xianggu), which, though broadly similar in active principles described by modern science, each mushroom has attributes within the context of the formula that contribute to its overall efficacy.

Speaker: Karel Simonovsky

Date: Thursday September 9th, 2021

Time: 18:30 to 19:45 (UTC +1)

Who should attend?
Chinese Medicine practitioners and students regardless of the field of primary skill (herbs, acupuncture, tuina, qigong, yaoshan) as mushrooms can easily provide new added value when combined

Webinar Description:
This seventy-five (75) minute lecture will outline how TRITON-MRL is from TCM point of view suitable for tonifying Qi, nourishing Blood, supporting Kidneys and also calming the Mind.

Fleshy xianggu (Shiitake) mushroom is well known from cuisine. From a TCM perspective it affects nutrition (ying) and hence the Blood; it can also bring toxins or hidden pathogenic factors to the surface. Where xianggu can be viewed first as nourishing and then balancing, the other two mushrooms (lingzhi/reishi, dongchongxiacao) should be viewed contrariwise – this perception is further supported by sound modern research on reversing a TH1 to TH2 immune response.

Surprisingly maybe, but the added value of this combination is not about stockpiling active principles and properties, but about grinding the edges and limits when compared to the single use of each mushroom.

Time Zones :
* Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Prague 19:30-20:45
* London, Lisbon 18:30-19:45
* New York 1:30 -2:45 PM
* San Fransicco, Los Angeles 10:30-11:45 AM

Sep 9, 2021 06:30 PM in Lisbon

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