But whether that's good or bad isn't yet clear
by hanben on Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:01 PM
A very good friend of mine giving me some samples and I am taking this myself now as supplement for past 6 months. There are lots of research and development done in Taiwan and would like to share the following info, if anyone also has the similar experience.
Antrodia camphorata is a unique mushroom, which has been used as a traditional medicine for protection of diverse health-related conditions. In an effort to translate this Eastern medicine into Western-accepted therapy, a great deal of work has been carried out on A. camphorata. The main bioactive compounds of A. camphorata, ranging from anti-cancer to vasorelaxation and others. Over 78 compounds consisting of terpenoids, benzenoids, lignans, benzoquinone derivatives, succinic and maleic derivatives, in addition to polysaccharides have been identified. Many of these compounds were evaluated for biological activity. Many activities of crude extracts and pure compounds of A. camphorata against some major diseases of our time. It is concluded that A. camphorata can be considered as an efficient alternative phytotherapeutic agent or a synergizer in the treatment of cancer and other immune-related diseases.
Please give me your feedback if you also taking this.
by zoe01 on Mon Jul 02, 2012 04:17 PM
My Dad used it for a while but stopped during his chemo since we read that most supplements are not good during chemo. He had about 90 capsules out of the 120 in the bottle, he cant really say if it helped or not since he didnt even finish the bottle. Now he's on My community 3 capsule a day and Turkey tail 1 capsule a day(by fungi perfecti). He will resume Antrodia at some point. I hope someone answer your question even I would like to hear their feedback.
by hanben on Mon Jul 02, 2012 08:14 PM
I do not know this is allowed in the forum, could you please tell me the brand, price, where you got about this Antrodia Cinnamomea capsules ? Thanks,
by bmorecare on Tue Jul 10, 2012 02:56 PM
Hi, my father who's currently taking the antrodia cinnamomea said it works very good for his liver tumor. He had discover that he had liver tumor back in January of this year and his friend in Taiwan introduce him to take the antrodia cinnamomea. Within 3 months, his liver tumor has shrink awhole lot. My father is also a diabetic and he said now his health is back to normal ever since he took the antrodia cinnamomea. The price of it is very expensive but it works. My husband who's been suffering cirrhosis for 6 years now, after he took the antrodia Cinnamomea, he felt much much better, he felt more energic and he have more appetite than before.
My advise is that becareful of what you're buying out there, even though it said 100% pure antrodia cinnamomea, but most of them doesn't even contain 1%. Must do more reserch on that to buy the right one. I know for sure they do not have them here in the U.S. yet. I got them from Taiwan and the price of it isn't cheap but, it's 100% pure and it works very very well. For those who have caner or tumor or liver problem, once you took it for about 1-2 month you'll know a big improvment.
by kenkwong on Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:56 PM
I am so glad to hear that you were able to find success with the product. I am having a very difficult time locating this product in Canada and seriously thinking of jumping on the next plane to Taiwan just to buy it.
Your advice is well spoken - so I would like to ask if you would share with us the brand name of the 100% pure Antrodia Cinnamomea that your husband is using. I don't know what to trust on the internet anymore.
Thanks in advance!
by hanben on Wed Aug 08, 2012 02:22 AM
I agree, the 100% pure Antrodia Cinnamomea is really hard to find right now. Especially the wild one from the mountain/forest. The host tree is protected right now by the government. So the price is extremely expensive, you do not know what you got even you paid big money.
It will be nice if you can provide the reliable sorouce info to get Antrodia Cinnamomea in Taiwan.
My friend sent me the book "??????--???:????????:????????????????, provide some good info. If you want to know more you can read it.
by hanben on Fri Aug 24, 2012 08:55 PM
I purchased some more Antrodia Cinnamomea from my friend in Taiwan. I am taking this myself now as supplement since beginning of the year. I feel great and I have some more that I can spare if anyone is interested.
Just to be clear, this is not the wild one from the mountain. It is cultivate from the green house.Howeve r there are lab analysis performed, the ingredients are very close to the wild one.
Please read the following article and research paper for your reference, especially for its Anti-Cancer Activities on liver cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, etc.
Let me know if anyone is interested in Antrodia Cinnamomea what I am taking right now.
by rjcrossley on Sun Aug 26, 2012 09:06 PM
On Jul 02, 2012 8:14 PM hanben wrote: I do not know this is allowed in the forum, could you please tell me the brand, price, where you got about this Antrodia Cinnamomea capsules ? Thanks,
On Jul 02, 2012 8:14 PM hanben wrote:
Hi hanben It is in a private post. Ray
by hanben on Mon Aug 27, 2012 03:41 AM
Hi, Ray: where and how to get the the private post.
Try to find but not able to get it.
by rjcrossley on Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:58 PM
On Aug 27, 2012 3:41 AM hanben wrote: Hi, Ray: where and how to get the the private post.
Try to find but not able to get it.
On Aug 27, 2012 3:41 AM hanben wrote:
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