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Polysaccharide Peptide of Coriolus versicolor

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PSP is an all natural dietary supplement extracted from the deep layer cultivated mycelia of Yun Zhi Mushroom (Cov-1 strain of Coriolus versicolor).   Its active ingredient is a protein-bound polysaccharide.   "PSP" is the abbreviation for polysaccharide and peptide.   So far, PSP is one of the most thoroughly researched natural health product in the world.   There has been a number of scientific studies conducted and published by researchers and medical professionals on the effectiveness and safety of PSP.

These studies include the clinical trial on 485 cases of cancer patients who have used PSP for the treatment of cancer alone or in combination with chemotherapy and radiotherapy.   The results of these studies have consistently shown increased survival rates and improved quality of life without toxic side effects.   The total effective rate is 82.96%.

In this web site, you can find the latest information about PSP and its research findings.   All information are for the reference of medical doctors and professional researchers.   If you experience similar health problems described in this web site, please seek medical advice.   Always remember: The earlier the diagnosis, the greater the chance for cure.

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PSP - Yun Zhi Polysaccharopeptide

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Last Updated: June 20, 1998
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