NatureMedic Fucoidan Power with AHCC

Why should Fucoidan be powered with AHCC®?
Background on the development of NatureMedic™ Fucoidan
A few years ago, while handling other Fucoidan products and serving numerous customers, this question came up: 


There are many reasons. There were customers who were consuming Fucoidan constantly and those who did not. There were some customers who trusted the product deeply and others who did not. Even some customers were not consuming sufficient amounts of Fucoidan, but also those who consumed only a small amount because it was hard to afford it. However, these reasons alone are not enough to explain why it did not work.
Later, while studying Fucoidan’s health benefits and limitations, we learned about AHCC®, a substance that was developed about 20 years ago. It is an acetylated alpha-glucan produced by liquid-culturing basidiomycetes mushroom mycelia for long periods of time in a sterile facility and by the reaction of enzymes. 

AHCC® and other substances that complement Fucoidan 

AHCC® is known to be a substance that complements the limitations of Fucoidan. Its functionality has been studied and published in the world’s best universities and institutions including University of Tokyo, Harvard Medical School, Yale University, and MD Anderson in Texas and it has shown to provide amazing health benefits. 

Meanwhile, NatureMedic™ Fucoidan powered with AHCC® not only has Fucoidan and AHCC®, it also contains other ingredients to make it more effective. During the last few years, we learned and researched more about the ingredients that can make Fucoidan even better. Of course, AHCC® was the number one, but we also included other ingredients in our NatureMedic™ Fucoidan like Agaricus blazei Murill mushroom mycelia extract and brewer’s yeast originally from Japan to make the combined effect between them even stronger. 

NatureMedic™ Fucoidan powered with AHCC® was formulated for the customers who are not satisfied with the other Fucoidan supplements and also for those who believe in high-quality premium brands that are special and effective.
What is Fucoidan?
Fucoidan is a sulfated polysaccharide (MW: average 200,000 daltons), fucose-rich polymer found mainly in various species of brown seaweeds such as Mozuku, Wakame, Kombu and Hijiki (variant forms of Fucoidan have also been found in animal species, including the sea cucumber). They were identified in the first half of the last century by Professor Johann Harald Kylin of Uppsala University in Sweden in 1913.
Mekabu Fucoidan from Australia
The Mekabu Fucoidan extract is Certified Organic and made in Australia. 
The brown seaweeds are exceptionally sourced from pristine oceans and they are wild harvested.
Mozuku Fucoidan from Okinawa, Japan
The Mozuku Fucoidan extract is obtained from Okinawa, Japan. 
Okinawa is well-known for its clear and beautiful pristine sea waters and it is widely known for its longevity.
Fucoidan is a type of soluble dietary fiber. Chemically, Fucoidan is a polysaccharide containing substantial percentages of L-fucose , sulfate ester groups , galactose, mannose, xylose and uronic acid. Therefore, Fucoidan has a unique molecular structure, which makes it a unique and effective natural health ingredient.  The yield of a crude first fraction of Fucoidan is generally 2–10% by weight, although Cladosiphon(Mozuku) species may yield over 20% by dry weight. 

The intensity of biological activities of Fucoidan varies with species, molecular weight, composition, structure and the route of administration. Please make sure you consume the proper Fucoidan extract because each one of them have different applications and health benefits.
(Cladosiphon okamuranus)
The Fucoidan extracted from Okinawa Mozuku is the most popular type of fucoidan. 1 kg of Mozuku is required in order to obtain 1 gram of fucoidan.
Wakame - Mekabu
(Undaria pinnatifida)
Mekabu is the ruffled, flowering sprout located at the base of the Wakame. One of the uniqueness of Mekabu Fucoidan is that it contains more than 34% of sulfated groups.
(Laminaria japonica)
Kombu was the first species used to extract fucoidan. However, it contains a relatively small amount of fucoidan and it is very expensive to obtain, therefore, not economical to mass-produce this raw material.
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Please take 2 capsules of Fucoidan AHCC and 2 capsules of Fine Japan Cordyceps daily if you only want to prevent from future illnesses.
Please take 4-8 capsules of Fucoidan AHCC and 2 capsules of Fine Japan Cordyceps daily if you are already sick.  Please make sure to take
2-3 hours apart from your daily (western) medications.
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Price for capsule type (160 capsules per bottle):  

Price for liquid type (50 packets per set):  

1-2 Sets = $800 each with 3 free bottles of Fine Japan Cordyceps worth $225

3-4 Sets = $750 each with 6 free bottles of Fine Japan Cordyceps worth $450

5-more Sets = $700 each with 6 free bottles of Fine Japan Cordyceps worth $450


Warning: Please consult with your physician first before taking this or these products.
Buyers must be 18 years of age and older.  Please do not buy if you are under 18 years of age.

Note*** Everyone is different; therefore, if you feel this is not the right product for you.  Please stop taking it immediately.  

note* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.   This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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