Active hexose correlated compound

Asian medicine is often known for its strange herbs and substances. What they consider traditional, most Westerners consider strange or unnecessary. For instance, therapies like acupuncture, reiki, moxibustion, aromatherapy, and immunotherapy all originated in Central Asia and the Far East. Countries like India, China, and Japan use herbs and medicines that most Americans have never heard of, let alone used.

The benefit of studying eastern medicine is that you can learn about new herbs and foods that can be implemented into a supplement regimen and can significantly improve a person’s overall health. The downside is that they can be difficult to find, and often times are more expensive than North American supplements. However, unlike North American supplements, most Asian supplements have been used for hundreds, if not thousands, of years and have been studied for even longer.

One of these substances is called active hexose correlated compound (AHCC), which is not labeled as a medicine or as a drug. It is actually derived from mushrooms and therefore is considered a food, although it is used as part of an immunotherapy method in many eastern hospitals. One of the uses is for helping with the side effects that people experience while going through chemotherapy. The manner in which it increases immune boosting cells proves that it is a very powerful agent for improving overall health and immune function.

Active hexose correlated compound (AHCC) also works as an antioxidant, meaning that it can reduce the effects of aging. Antioxidants fight free radicals, which cause cell damage and can lead to damage at a cellular level. Although free radicals are a natural part of aging, taking antioxidants can make the difference between being healthy in your elderly years and fighting one chronic condition after the other.

Although there are still many studies that must be done in order to fully understand active hexose correlated compound, it is also believed to reduce blood pressure. As a result, many people in Japan take it daily as part of their supplement regimen. Although it is available in North America, Asia, and Europe, most people are not aware of it and as such, it is still unknown in much of the western world.

If you are looking to get your hands on some active hexose correlated compound, then you should spend most of your time looking online, as you are unlikely to be able to find any locally, unless you live in Japan or other parts of Asia. Although it is usually found in powder form, most supplement manufacturers will place it into vegetarian capsules for easy consumption. As it is derived from mushrooms, it is a completely natural product that is without any side effects or negative drug interactions.

Since active hexose correlated compound is a potent derivative of a food product, you would have to eat a large amount of mushrooms to get the same benefits as you would with an AHCC supplement. Also, many mushrooms do not contain this substance, which means you would probably spend a fortune at the supermarket trying to get enough to make a difference. Your best bet is to simply shop online for a reputable brand and get on an auto ship program, where you can often save quite a bit of money. If you have trouble finding active hexose correlated compound in a supplement form, then you can look for a powder form and mix your own. You can buy capsules at a local health food store or online, but you can also simply mix it into food or protein shakes. The taste is rather potent though, so I would stick with the capsules when you can.

Last updated on May 28th, 2010 and filed under Health Supplements. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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