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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

GeneFo Webinar Explores Potential of Mushrooms to Help Manage MS


                                                                  
  

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GeneFo, an MS patient community that provides support, advice, and clinical trial matching, recently co-hosted an online conference with Trent Austin, MD, who reviewed the most updated research and clinical evidence of natural substances – including  medicinal mushrooms, vitamins, biotin and cannabinoids – to inform the public about the potential benefits of these natural resources to alleviate several symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis (MS).
According to a press release provided, the use of medicinal mushrooms was the highlight of the lecture.
Medicinal mushrooms long have been used in Asia, but only now are gaining acceptance elsewhere. They are used for a number of health problems, including cancer and enhancement of the immune system. Until now, research concerning their specific use for MS has been limited, but two medicinal mushrooms have shown promising potential, according to GeneFo:   Click to read more





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