Only among medicinal mushroom species, the Chinese Pharmacopoeia describes the use of Royal Mushroom as a food supplement that is a useful remedy for the following diseases: cancer, diabetes, HIV, angina, leucorrhoea, diarrhea and accelerated wound healing.
Research has focused on P. linteus polysaccharide and proteoglycan components, although the yellow color may indicate a high level of flavonoid compounds.
THE USE OF SHANGHAI MUSHROOM FOR CANCER
Recent reports are very concerned about the potential of Thuong Hoang Mushroom in supporting cancer treatment because of the positive effects for some cancer patients when using Thuong Hoang Mushroom.
Thuong Hoang mushroom is cultivated properly
Research shows that at a low level, Thuong Hoang Mushroom creates a cycle that helps actively support the treatment of lung cancer and assist with chemotherapy drugs such as doxorubicin, in the process of supporting the treatment of Tumor disease in order to achieve a positive result needs to be combined with medicines and consider Thuong Hoang Mushroom as a tonic to support treatment and should be detected at an early stage to help the treatment process better.
In vitro research also shows that the use of Thuong Hoang Mushroom is a valuable tonic that helps significantly inhibit bladder cancer cell growth with cytotoxic activity and enhances combination with vitamin C. .
EFFECTS OF SHANGHAI MUSHROOM FOR LOW-RISK OF DISEASES
The extract from the King Mushroom fruit linteus P. reduces the expression of inflammatory cytokines (such as TNF-α and IFN-γ) rheumatoid rheumatoid arthritis proteoglycan and an increase of anti-inflammatory cytokines, including IL- 10 and TGF-β, leading to subsidence of autoimmune reactions in the joints of mice, with similar results seen with proteoglycan from related species (13) P., (14) . P. polysaccharides linteus from Phellinus linteus has also been shown to reduce the expression of TNF-α and the main histocompatability complex II expression in lipopolysaccharide causing septic shock, supporting their use as anti-inflammatory (15).
Selecting Thuong Hoang mushrooms to ensure quality
Uses of royalties for allergies
A number of studies have shown the powerful effect of Phyllanthus in suppressing Th2 cytkines and promoting Th1 cytokine secretion, thereby resolving the immune imbalance associated with the reaction (16) - (18). allergy. At the same time, it has been reported that the extract of the Thuong Hoang Fruiting Mushroom prevents histamine release in response to allergenic stimuli and suppression through anaphylaxis mast cells such as reactions (19), (20).
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4. Spontaneous regression of a large HCC with skull metastases. Nam SW, Han JY, Kim JI, Park SH, Cho SH, Han NI, Yang JM, Kim JK, Choi SW, Lee YS, Chung KW, Sun HS J Gastroenterol Hepatol. In 2005; 20 (3): 488-92.
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9. Phellinus linteus inhibits growth, angiogenesis and invasive behavior of breast cancer cells through inhibition of AKT signaling. Sliva D, Jedinak A, Kawasaki J, Harvey K, Slivova V. Br J Cancer. 2008; 98 (8): 1348-56.
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11. Acidic polysaccharide from Phellinus linteus inhibits metastatic melanoma cells by blocking cell adhesion and invading. Han SB, Lee CW, Kang JS, Yoon YD, Lee KH, Lee K, Park SK, Kim HM Int Immunopharmacol. 2006; 6 (4): 697-702.
12. Inhibiting effect of polysaccharide isolated from Phellinus linteus tumor growth and metastasis. Han B, Lee CW, Jeon YJ, Hong ND, Yoo ID, Yang KH, Kim HMImmunopharmacology. 1999; 41: 157-164
13. Management picture of proteoglycan isolated from Phellinus linteus in the prevention and treatment of collagen caused by arthritis in rats. Kim GY, Kim SH, Hwang SY, Kim HY, Park YM, Park SK, Lee MK, Lee SH, TH Lee, Lee JD Biol Pharm Bull. 2003; 26 (6): 823-31.
14. Antiarthritic activity of a polysaccharide-protein complex isolated from Phellinus rimosus (Berk.) Pilat (Aphyllophoromycetideae) complete Freund adjuvant causing arthritis rats. Meera CR, Smina TP, Nitha B, Mathew J, Janardhanan KK Int J Med Mushr. 2009; 11 (1): 21-28
15. Elimination of infectious shock shock in acidic polysaccharide mice isolated from medicinal Phellinus linteus mushroom. Kim GY, President Roh SI, Park SK, Ahn SC, Oh YH, Lee JD, Park YM Biol Pharm Bull. 2003; 26 (10): 1418-23.
16. Stimulation of humoral and cellular-mediated immunity by polysaccharide from Phellinus linteus. Kim HM, Han SB, Oh GT, Kim YH, Hong DH, Hong ND, Yoo ID Int J Immunopharmac. In 1996; 18 (5): 295-303.
17. Phellinus linteus extract immune response augments in Mitomycin C-rat induced immunodeficiency. Matsuba S, Matsuno H, M Sakuma, Komatsu Y. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2008; 5 (1): 85-90 .6.
18. Phellinus linteus grown on germinated brown rice inhibits the production of IgE modulated by Th1 / Th2 the balance in lymphoma cells hanging lymph nodes mouse. Lim BO, Jeon TI, Hwang SG, Moon JH, Park DK Biotechnol Lett. In 2005; 27 (9): 613-7.
19. Inhibiting anaphylactic shock is like reacting and activating mast cells by extracting water from the fruiting body of Phellinus linteus. Choi YH, Yan GH, Chai OH, Lim JM, Sung SY, Zhang X, Kim JH, Choi SH, Lee MS, Han EH, Kim HT, Song CH Biol Pharm Bull. 2006, 29 (7): 1360-5.
20. Inhibiting the effect of Agaricus blazei on masts mediated by cell response as anaphylactic shock. Choi YH, Yan GH, Chai OH, Choi YH, Zhang X, Lim JM, Kim JH, Lee MS, Han EH, Kim HT, Song CH Biol Pharm Bull. 2006, 29 (7): 1366-71.
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