EXELORYL- Medicinal mushrooms from TCM


While we tend to cook mushrooms into delicious sauces, Chinese and Japanese medicine has been making use of the strengthening, rejuvenating effect of special medicinal mushrooms for thousands of years.

EXELORYL Product description

The valuable ingredients of the sometimes very rare mushrooms are a real blessing for health and vitality into old age! In particular, they activate the immune system, stimulate the body’s self-healing powers, protect against allergies and are intended to keep all processes in the body intact or bring them back into balance.

With EXELORYL, you too can now harness the power of Asian medicinal mushrooms – in an extremely convenient way. Just two capsules a day provide you with a specially designed, highly concentrated combination of medicinal mushrooms and additional plant-based vital substances.

The capsules contain specially coordinated extracts from the three vital mushroom varieties shiitake, maitake and reishi, also known as the “mushroom of immortality”. And the advantage of EXELORYL?

These are additional valuable extracts from goji berries, kudzu roots and ginseng as well as lycopene and OPC based on pine bark extract – an unbeatable team for maximum vitality and performance.

Eastern health knowledge from thousands of years combined in just one capsule: EXELORYL!

EXELORYL areas of application – My recommendation

Channoine has many excellent products that you could take every day to increase your performance and improve your health. However, the philosophy behind alternative self-treatment is always to first optimize the diet and lifestyle with patients and athletes and to identify the actual causes for the development of clinical pictures.

In addition, vital substance preparations are used to treat specific illnesses and achieve further performance gains in athletes. The following areas of application are therefore merely a list of when I use EXELORYL. Vital substances are no substitute for holistic therapy

  • Liver cleansing/ liver detoxification
  • Gallstones
  • After Gallen Ops
  • Liver cirrhosis
  • Dupuytren’s disease
  • Liver cancer
  • Accompanying alcohol withdrawal
  • Boost fat burning
  • Alcoholics
  • Drug addiction
  • Accompanying drug withdrawal
  • Hepatitis A, B, C and E
  • Mushroom poisoning
  • Drug poisoning