Abpc (agaricus blazei practical compound)

ABPC is the processed food, which is mycelia of Agaricus blazei mushroom treated by digestive enzyme and is applied as dietary supplement.

* PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Agaricus blazei Murrill H-1, which we have originally isolated from wild Agaricus blazei mushroom, is used to produce ABPC (Enzyme digested Agaricus blazei mushroom mycelium processed food).

ABPC is prepared from mycelium of Agaricus blazei mushroom cultured in the fermentor that we have originally designed. Mycelia processed by enzyme.

After completion of enzyme treatment, the product are freeze-dried and powdered.

It is essential for keeping the quality of product consistently from lots to lots that mycelium is cultured by fermentor.

The amount of (beta)-D-glucan of the mycellia by this method (ca 30% (wt/wt)) is more than that of Agaricus blazei fruit body (ca 8% (wt/wt)).

Agaricus blazei mushroom has been used habitually in Brazil and other South American countries for the sake of health.

ABPC is one of the best processed foods for the sake of health, because it protects us from physiological imbalance due to irregular habits and aging, or enhances immune system.

We, OBIKEN has obtained the U. S. patent concerning with the mycelium culturing method. U. S. patent number: USP6465218 registered Octomber 15, 2002 and have been assessed, registered ISO9001:2000 for design/development and manufacturing ABPC in March 14, 2003.

CLINICAL DATA

The first publication as regarding clinical test of ABPC was the treatment report at 35th Conference of Japan Society of Clinical Oncology in 1997, where Dr. Yukie NIWA (Tosashimizu Hospital, Tosashimizu-city, Kochi), Dr. Jiro ITAMI (Shibata Hospital) presented the cases of high survival rate of breast cancer, stomach cancer and spleen cancer among 1,260 patients. The test have been conducted at the hospitals including Kanazawa Medical University, University of Yamanashi Faculity of Medical, Juntendo University School of Medicine, Akiyama Neurosurgery Hospital and Sano Surgical Hospital.

* RECOMMENDED DOSAGE

ABPC is the dietary supplement which is produced by culturing mycelium of Agaricus blazei mushroom in fermentor.

It enhances immune system and one of the best processed food for keeping good health.

As a dietary supplement, ABPC should be taken 1 to 2 sticks per day, usually with water or lukewarm water, or could be taken by chewing. It may be used before or after meal. Store at room temperature in the dark.

Ingredients:   The content of ABPC per stick (contain 1.00 gr) is as followings.

  1. ABPC powder freeze-dried
    :68% (Wt/Wt)
  2. Lactose
    :20% (Wt/Wt)
  3. Calcium from egg shell
    :10% (Wt/Wt)
  4. Lipid
    :2% (Wt/Wt)
  5. Energy : 345Kcal/100gr

Adverse Reactions

Since we have released ABPC in Japan 7 years ago, no adverse reaction have been reported. The acute toxicity test with mice 1),2),3) proved safety of ABPC .

References;

  1. Test report dated December 4, 1997 conducted by The Japan Food Analysis Center
  2. Test report dated June 14, 2002 conducted by Japan Applied Microbiology Research Institute Ltd.
  3. Test report dated June 26, 2002 conducted by The Japan Food Analysis Center

WARNING

Women who are pregnant or in a period of lactation and infant should better avoid to take. Although no sign of adverse reaction observed in taking a large amount, it is better not to exceed 5 times of daily dosage.

How Supplied

The box contains 90 sticks (Total amount 90 gr). Each stick contains 1.0 gr granule of ABPC .

However, We can also supply in the shape of tablet.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food And Drug Administration. This products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure OR prevent any disease.

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