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fungus polysaccharide

Nov 09, 2020

Edible fungus polysaccharide is a special biologically active substance, a biological response enhancer and regulator, which can enhance humoral immunity and cellular immunity. The antiviral mechanism of edible fungus polysaccharide may be that it improves the immunity of infected cells, enhances the stability of cell membranes, inhibits cell pathology, and promotes cell repair and other functions. At the same time, edible fungus polysaccharides also have antiretroviral activity. Therefore, edible fungus polysaccharide is a kind of anti-influenza health food to be developed.

They are indispensable substances in the metabolism of life. Polysaccharide is a polymer composed of more than 7 single molecules connected in the same way as unwillingness.

It has many functions such as anti-virus, anti-cancer, lowering blood sugar and improving immunity.

Fungus polysaccharides have significant effects in the prevention and treatment of liver diseases. For example, lentinan(Shitake polysaccharides) has obvious effects on the treatment of chronic hepatitis and lowering enzymes, and the clinical cure rate is as high as 70%. It can also reduce the side effects of chemotherapy.

Poria cocos polysaccharides are mostly used in the treatment of hepatitis by injection, and the effect is remarkable. In the case control of the patients using Volumene polysaccharide, 96% of patients with normal liver function are better than other hepatitis B drugs.

Cordyceps polysaccharide can improve the cellular immune function of patients with chronic hepatitis B, thereby effectively improving liver energy.

Hericium erinaceus polysaccharide has a good effect on the treatment of chronic gastritis.

Extract Process

Polysaccharide Extract Flow Chart

Raw material prepare> extraction with water>protein removal>alcohol precipitation> depigment

a Puvlrise , soak, fat removal, Enzymic Inactivation

b. Water extraction

Hot water extraction, alkaline& water extraction, ultrasonic assisted extraction, microwave assisted extraction, cellulase, amylase, protease and other enzymatic extraction.

C. Deproteinized

Equipotential method (adjust the pH value to denature and precipitate the protein), protease method, chemical solvent method (Sevag method, trifluorotrichloroethane method, trichloroacetic acid method), heating method, etc.

d. Decolorization &. 2. Method, activated carbon method, ion exchange resin method, etc.

e, refined

Ethanol fractionation precipitation (60% ethanol precipitation polysaccharide has the highest biological activity while 80% ethanol precipitation polysaccharide content is highest), column absorptive chromatography, ultrafiltration separation , salting out method, etc.

Extract source


Cordyceps militaris








Chaga Mushroom


Enoki Mushroom




Agaricus Blazei


turkey tail


poria cocos