Beta-glucan is one of the most studied molecules in the world because of its powerful healing and immune boosting properties. On PubMed, a search for 'glucan' will bring up over 170,000 studies alone. It has been researched for over 50 years by top universities and hospitals including Harvard, Brown, Cornell, Mayo Clinic, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Although many pharmaceutical and natural health industries have tried to obtain true bioavailable beta-glucan molecules, it has been too costly for the average user and the lower cost alternatives were highly ineffective.
Only recently was it discovered the Wild Siahga mushroom has one of the highest levels of beta-glucan molecules found in any source. Beta-glucans are biologically active molecules that are antidepressant, anti-diabetic, anti-leukemic, antimicrobial (fungus, bacteria, and virus), anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, regulates blood pressure, reduces cholesterol, promotes healing, and much more. The Beta-glucans in Wild Siahga have been scientifically found to regulate production and function of basophil and eosinophil white blood cells, reducing inflammation, pain, and fever. Laboratory testing has shown the Wild Siahga supplement contains over 90,000,000 Beta-Glucan molecules in every serving. No other single source comes close to this amount.
The 3-beta-D-glucans which make up part of the cellular structure of the Wild Siahga mushroom causes a pan-systemic modulation of T-Cells, Macrophages and Neutrophil White Blood Cells, when ingested. In fact, it has been established that the number and viability of these particular cells has increased over 4000% within 20 hours after taking the Wild Siahga Supplement! Macrophages and Neutrophils are the two cells upon which all other Immune Cells depend. You can have many viable B-Cells and T-Cells, but they will not be effective without the programming provided by these “Communicator” cells.
There has been a vast array of medical and scientific studies throughout the entire world done on these compounds. Here are a few references for your review.