ANIMAL& NATURAL PRODUCTION MYCOTHERAPY
NATURAL PRODUCTION MYCOTHERAPY
Hifas Veterinary SL has a long history and experience in human medicine in formulating and manufacturing mycotherapy products for the prevention and treatment of the main pathologies, focusing efforts with the utmost professionalism to improve animal health and welfare.
Mycotherapy (Mike: Fungus and therapeutics: therapy) is the therapy that uses the Fungi kingdom, fungi as medicinal elements. It is used worldwide to refer to therapy with fungi (or fractions of these) to improve animal health, both in prevention and in complementary, integrative therapeutics in various pathologies our animals suffer.
Some of the therapeutic areas in which mycotherapy has demonstrated scientific evidence are: Immune system, oncology, digestive and respiratory system, joints, cardiovascular, and cognitive nervous dysfunction, among other things. Furthermore, fungi have been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and viral properties, which confirms their clinical efficacy. Mushrooms contain over 150 bioactive compounds in their structure.
By consuming them, they provide the best alpha and beta glucans bioavailable, enzymes, prebiotics, natural antibiotics, group B vitamins, ergosterol, minerals such as selenium and zinc, essential amino acids and other nutrients that help homeostasis or balance of the organism.
Origin raw materials
All Hifas Veterinary SL products come from raw materials of 100% natural origin, whose safety and efficacy have been tested, with no side effects for animals.
They are grown under the
ORGANIC CERTIFICATE OF PRODUCTION
(Organic Agriculture Regulatory Council of Galicia, CRAAGA).
The Hifas Veterinary SL biotechnological laboratory extracts and analyses fungi biomolecules and bio-standardised extracts. The extractive green techniques and other biotechnologies involved in the production process are characterised using a clean methodology and eco-sustainable materials that contribute to the care of the Hifas Veterinary environment and the protection of the environment at large. In addition, the use of mycotherapy as part of veterinary integrative medicine is recommended.