Betaglucan Triterpen – supplement food with active ingredient 100% extracted from Ganoderma lucidum, using the most modern technology in the world today – ultrasonic extraction technology imported from Europe.

1. Extracting active ingredient betaglucan triterpen 100% from Ganoderma lucidum:

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Ganoderma Lucidum (Ganoderma Lucidum, Lingzhi, Reishi) has been used for more than 2000 years in Eastern countries such as China, Japan, and Korea to enhance health and longevity. , memory enhancement, immune regulation, treatment of diseases such as cancer, blood fat, high blood pressure, …
The belief in Ganoderma lucidum’s health benefits is largely based on anecdotal evidence, traditional usage, and other cultural knowledge. However, with the development of science-technology, scientists have gradually clarified why Ganoderma is so good. The results of nearly full research show that Ganoderma lucidum contains more than 40 types of active ingredients, of which 2 large groups are Polysaccharides and Triterpenoids with strong and important biological activity. Polysaccharides in Ganoderma are mainly betaglucans, in which betaglucan (1,3-1,6) has the strongest biological activity. In addition, Triterpenoid ingredient from Ganoderma lucidum is proven to have a strong effect on cancer cells, which currently has no other products on the market.
Betaglucan Triterpen health food with two main ingredients mentioned above, which support the treatment or improve the function of diseases related to the circulatory system, liver, nervous system, digestive system, immune system . However, in countries with developed medical backgrounds, including Japan, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia, the US, betaglucans and triterpenoids are the greatest use of betaglucans and triterpenoids as aiding in the treatment of tumors in general and for cancer private.

2. Results from the 2016 Cochrane Library meta-analysis: Betaglucans, Triterpen – Linh Chi are effective in supporting cancer treatment when combining chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

The world-renowned and world-renowned Cochrane Review library in 2016 conducted a Combined Analysis of 257 studies and 5 RCT studies that met all criteria (human trials, randomized, double-blind, yes control), on 373 patients using the active ingredient groups Betaglucans, Triterpenoids – Linh Chi combined with Chemotherapy – Radiotherapy compared with Chemotherapy – Radiotherapy alone obtained the following main results (1):

  1. Average tumor size decreased by 1.27 times (equivalent to 27%) when combining Betaglucans, Triterpenoids – Linh Chi with Chemotherapy – Radiation versus Chemotherapy – Radiation therapy alone (p = 0.02)
  2. Increased host immune indicators: CD3 (p <0.01), CD4 (p <0.01), CD8 (p = 0.03); leukocyte, NK cell, and CD4 / CD8 ratio slightly increased.
  3. Improving quality of life for patients undergoing chemotherapy – radiotherapy (P <0.0001 – assess functional condition on the Karnofsky scale)

3. In addition, Betaglucans and Triterpenoids – Linh Chi also aid in the impact on cancer cells (2)

Many studies have shown that the active ingredient extracted from Ganoderma lucidum, especially betaglucan (Polysaccharide) is able to prevent the excessive vascular formation of tumors by inhibiting the production of nitric oxide (which is a trigger). development of this process). In addition, reishi mushroom betaglucan (Polysaccharide) has the ability to reduce the growth of human umbilical cord choroid (HUVEC) cells and reduce VEGF secretion by increasing Bax protein intake and reducing Bcl-2 protein. The mechanism of action of betaglucan (Polysaccharide) and reishi mushroom Triterpenoid helps to limit the process of creating blood vessels more likely to be similar. (2).

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(1) Jin, X., Beguerie, J. R., Sze, D. M. Y., & Chan, G. C. (2016). Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi mushroom) for cancer treatment. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (6). (

(2) Kao, C., Jesuthasan, A. C., Bishop, K. S., Glucina, M. P., & Ferguson, L. R. (2013). Anti-cancer activities of Ganoderma lucidum: active ingredients and pathways. Functional Foods in Health and Disease3(2), 48-65.


Objects to use:

People who are preparing, are in the process of radiation therapy, chemotherapy. Or those who are recovering from chemotherapy or radiation. People who need to boost the immune system.

Effective dosage:
‣ Minimum dosage: 30 – 60 TABLETS per CHEMICAL cycle, 30 TABLETS per THERAPY cycle.
‣ Optimal dose: 6 capsules / day throughout treatment