L-ergothioneine "ergo 7+"

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Called an 'antioxidant'. Said to be comprised of 7 medicinal mushrooms. Claims to be liked/approved by... Penn State U, Biochemical Pharmacology, Journal of Alternative & Complimentary Medicine, and others... Said to be supplying antioxidants from mushrooms, instead fruits & vegetables. Has , extensive, LENGTHY list of claimed good results, ie... health problems that it helps, aids in. I'm looking forward to any experience in the general subject of antioxidants, and this product more specific,ally. Hope to hear back from some of you, Aubrey L

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Bobby Says:
I also would like to know if this is accurate or a scam. I believe it is sold by a company called Nutricell.

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David Says:

On the general subject of antioxidants, I personally find Turmeric root to be one of the best supplements. Not only is it very affordable (in my opinion), but it has a host of other anti-inflammatory and anti-aging benefits, as well as others.

I haven't looked into mushrooms yet for their antioxidant potential and other benefits, but now am very interested in doing more research on the subject. I have also heard good claims about them, but I would try to compare different brand names and check consumer reviews on sites like amazon or swanson, before making a purchase.

In regards to Nutricell, they seem to have a lot of blogs up on the topic of L-ergothioneine and ergo 7 (which I think is manufactured by a company called 'Swiss Labs', since it is listed on the bottle of ergo 7). At the same time, I think it is a scam due to the way it's advertised, so I personally wouldn't take any chances with my money.

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Janene Says:
Why do you think it's a scam due to the way it's advertised? Thanks.

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arturo Says:
i bought it an took it but got allergic reaction after one pack resulting in a itchi rush so stoped it again

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Monika Says:
I used Cordysept for a while since I had big problems also with panic attacks etc. It helped so well. But I bought it from MycoVital and visited the company to see how they do it with the mushrooms and get to know better, what the mushrooms can do. I wanted to buy Ergo7 but stay with MycoVital.

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