MykoTroph AG - Institute for Fungal and Nutritional Medicine now offers free webinars on medicinal mushrooms and health-related topics.
Online PR News – 10-June-2016 – Limeshain – MykoTroph AG is one of Europe's leading institutes for Mycotherapy. Mycotherapy (fungal medicine) is one of the oldest and most effective procedures in naturopathy.
Everyone interested is able to participate in the MykoTroph webinars, no previous knowledge is required and they are for free. The webinars are hosted by experienced physicians and naturopaths who are renowned experts in their field. The webinars cover various interesting health topics including prevention and treatment of diseases like allergies, cancer, diabetes and many more. Furthermore, there will be webinars on medicinal mushrooms and their nutritional and health-related values.
Mycotherapy originates from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In TCM, medicinal mushrooms have been used successfully for centuries in the treatment of numerous diseases and preventive healthcare. Mycotherapy mainly focuses on two aspects: it addresses the entire individual and aims at identifying and eliminating the underlying causes instead of only treating symptoms. Medicinal mushrooms are administered individually depending on which organ system has been particularly weakened.
For example, medicinal mushroom Reishi is closely related to the liver. Medicinal mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus is associated with the intestines and promotes the growth of probiotic bacteria in the intestinal flora. This in turn positively affects the intestinal flora and the intestinal immune system. Also in the western cultures, Mycotherapy has gained more and more relevance. One of the most effective medicinal mushrooms - Shiitake - is widespread and now very well known in Europe as a tasty edible mushroom. Shiitake contains Lentinan which is an approved cancer medication in Japan. For that reason, Shiitake is known as a great help for cancer patients. In addition to positive experiences, the effects of medicinal mushrooms were proven by numerous scientific studies.
Webinars soon to come:
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Medicinal Mushrooms – Health from nature on September, 15th www.mykotroph.com/eventreader-webinars/webinar-medicinal-mushrooms-health-from-nature.html" target="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.mykotroph.com/eventreader-webinars/webinar-medicinal-mushrooms-health-from-nature.html>
About MykoTrophThe MykoTroph AG, Institute for Nutritional and Fungal medicine based in Limeshain was founded in 2003 by Franz Schmaus. The agricultural engineer concerned himself with the effects and use of medicinal mushrooms for more than 30 years and is one of the most renowned experts in this field. MykoTroph Institute aims to spread the knowledge of the mushrooms’ preventative and healing effects and make it accessible to a wide public.Further information and studies can be found on the institute’s website www.mykotroph.com.
Additionally, Franz Schmaus and his team, consisting of mycotherapists and naturopaths, are available for extensive advice from Monday to Friday between 8.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. via the hotline +0049 (0) 6047-98 85 30. People who are interested can also arrange a personal consultation at the institute via that number. Telephone consultations are free of charge. Comprehensive information on fungal medicine can also be requested for free at MykoTroph Institute.