Bio-Black MaitakeTM

Boosts immunity; positive impacts on “3 highs”. Maintains cardiovascular health and visceral health.

Nourishes and replenishes body, improves sleep quality, boosts immunity and replenishes kidneys.

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    Organically cultivated in France, ruled out the chance of containing heavy metals or harmful substances • The Maitake ingredient was given the “Agriculture Biologique” trademark by the French Agriculture Department • Does not contain purines, thus does not cause uric acid-related joint pain • Organically botanic capsules, suitable for vegetarians • Imported from France


    Helps manage “3 highs” • Helps regulate blood sugar levels • Improves spleen health • Improves cardiovascular health • Helps eliminate wastes in the blood vessels/arteries • Helps regulate blood pressure • Boosts the immune system • Improves sleep quality • Maintains men's “prostil” health • Maintains health of women's menopausal cycle • Maintains the healthy development of pets

Main Ingredients

Grifola frondosa


Recommended Directions of Use

For general health and well-being:

Adult: Take 2-3 tablets, twice daily

Take it after meal

Not suitable for children under 3 years old and people who are allergic to mushroom products.

People with special needs can adjust the dosage. Recommend maintaining a balanced diet. Please contact our health consultants for more information.

History of maitake

Black Maitake is among the best in Maitake mushrooms. It contains high levels of bioactive ingredients and nutritional value. Maitake is a type of fungus. It has been chef’s favorite for its delicious taste and unique texture. Its remedial value is much greater than its food value.

Wild maitake is like other fungi, it can only grow under specific temperature and humidity. It is abundant in forests in south Asia, Europe and southeast America. It is actually rare in Japan, but because Japanese treasure maitake a lot, people mistake it as the place of origin of maitake.

Maitake’s scientific name is Grifola frondosa, which originates from “griffin” in Greek. Griffin is a creature with the head and wings of an eagle and a body like a lion in Greek mythology. “frondosa” means the shape of a leaf. “Mai” means “dance” in Japanese, and there are two versions of story for how maitake was named in Japan. One of which is because it looks like a dancing girl or butterfly, and the other is that “maitake hunters” would dance to celebrate when they found the precious fungus.

In ancient Japan, maitake cost as much as silver of the same weight. “Maitake hunters” would not reveal to anyone where they find wild maitake. They would only put that in their wills to pass it on to their descendants.