Sun Chlorella Agaricus

Agaricus is a general term for mushrooms belonging to the Agaricaceae family, which are rich in β-(1-6)-D-glucan, a highly promising health ingredient. This product uses only 'Agaricus Blazei Murrill (Himematsutake) Iwade strain 101', which is particularly rich in β-(1-6)-D-glucan among more than 200 types of Agaricus and is finished in fine granule that is easy to swallow even for those who find it difficult to swallow pills. The 'Agaricus Blazei Murrill (Himematsutake) Iwade strain 101' has cleared safety and toxicity tests such as genotoxicity tests conducted at the National Institute of Health Sciences, and its safety has been announced by the Japanese Society of Food Chemistry. In addition, it is well balanced with the useful component of chlorella, C.G.F. (Chlorella Growth Factor). Sun Chlorella has independently researched the optimal ratio to maximize the use of Agaricus and C.G.F. This technology has been patented in Japan, the United States, and Europe.
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Product type

  • 1 box (2g x 30 sachets)

    JPY 30,800

  • 3 boxes (2g x 90 sachets)

    JPY 73,920

  • 6 boxes (2g x 180 sachets)

    JPY 129,360

Product details

60g (2g×30 packets)/30-day supply
Raw materials
Agaricus Blazei Murrill (Himematsutake) Iwade strain 101 (Pulverized fruiting body, Mycelium extract), Chlorella extract (C.G.F.), Trehalose, Processed starch
How to drink
1 packet per day with a glass of water, hot water, tea, etc. You may take all at once or in 2 or 3 times separately.

More information of the material of this product

Agaricus Blazei, a mysterious mushroom grown in the mountains of South America

The name "Agaricus" is a generic term for mushrooms of the genus Haratake, and there is no mushroom named Agaricus mushroom.
Agaricus, which is generally distributed as a health food, is a mushroom with the scientific name "Agaricus blazei Murill. Its Japanese name is "Himematsutake".
Even though they all belong to Agaricus blazei Murill (hereinafter referred to as Agaricus blazei), their components differ greatly depending on the cultivation method and the place of origin.
Agaricus blazei used by Sun Chlorella originates from a mountain region in Piedade, Brazil.
It was brought to Japan in 1965. A Japanese resident in Brazil found it growing wild in the mountains near Sao Paulo and sent it to Dr. Inosuke Iwade, a mushroom specialist.

Agaricus fruiting bodies contain β-(1→3)-D-glucan, β-(1→6)-D-glucan protein complexes and RNA-protein complexes, which help maintain health, and mycelia section contain glucomannan. In addition to them, it is discovered to be rich in vitamins and minerals, which are necessary for health maintenance.

Among them, β-(1→6)-D-glucan, a polysaccharide of Agaricus blazei, is characterized by its ability to bind to many proteins. By binding to proteins, the polysaccharide is better absorbed into the body through the digestive tract, not only when eaten as it is, but also when taken after boiled. Polysaccharides from other mushrooms that do not have this feature, such as the polysaccharides from shiitake mushrooms, are not absorbed when eaten or drunk.

Sun Chlorella uses only the rare "Agaricus blazei Murill (Himematsutake) Iwade 101 strain," which is considered to have particularly high β-(1-6)-D-glucan content among the more than 200 types of agaricus.

Pictures of Agaricus