T-Target is a supplement indicated in the periods of the year in which our immune defenses need a support to perform their biological activity in the best possible way. Supporting the immune system is a need to provide when they are compromised or weakened by external factors such as stress, excessive use of drugs, cold, seasonal change, improper feeding, inadequate night time rest, etc. T-Target is a supplement that performs its action at the level of the body's defenses, enhancing the function of T lymphocytes.
There are numerous studies that confirm the biological and physiological effects associated with polysaccharides, the active ingredients contained in fungi. The polysaccharides of the mushrooms after their absorption, in fact, act at various levels, but in particular on the receptors present on specialized cells of our immune system. They can positively influence the activity of the immune system, bringing a physiological action to support the body's natural defenses.
Ganoderma fungus is a modulator of defenses. It is a fungus widely used by the Chinese tradition that plays an important role for its beneficial virtues. In particular, various scientific data show its activity in supporting and supporting the body's natural defenses by acting on the receptors level, especially those present on human T cells.
Cordyceps Sinensis, also belongs to the Chinese tradition and has different properties, for example tonic and metabolic support; it seems very likely that it is also able to act on the functionality of the upper respiratory tract and on the body's natural defenses.
Licorice is a traditional herb and a perennial herbaceous plant typical of the Mediterranean and Eastern region, whose drug consists of roots and rhizomes. Tests collected over time have shown its potential especially in the respiratory tract, in particular on the restoration of the well-being of the nose and throat. Furthermore the Licorice:
-Express its action by promoting digestive function;
-It promotes beneficial action by promoting the fluidity of bronchial secretions and at the nose and throat level.
Vitamins B1 and B2 have many useful properties for the human body. They underlie energy metabolism and play an essential role in the normal functioning of the nervous system. In particular:
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue;
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) contributes to normal psychological function and to physiological cardiac function.
* Note Values calculated on a single administration
There are numerous studies that have been carried out on the Chinese traditional Cordyceps mushroom about the positive and protective effects on various diseases.
The present study evaluated the in vivo protective effect of the combined fungal polysaccharides (CFPs) deriving from Cordyceps sinensis and Ganoderma atrum on colon immune dysfunction, induced by 150 mg / kg of cyclophosphamide (CP). The results showed that such polysaccharides are able to significantly promote the expression of interleukin (IL) -17 and IL -21.
This action is carried out, in particular, by a cordlesspine derivative of the adenosine nucleoside different from it due to the absence of an oxygen atom in position 3 of the ribose ring. Considering the fact that the chemical structure of cordycepin and adenosine is analogous, some DNA polymerase can not distinguish them and, consequently, the molecule of cordycepin has the ability to be incorporated into an RNA molecule and its synthesis is completed. Cordycepin has the ability to inhibit different kinase proteins by showing antitumor, antibacterial, antimycotic, antiviral properties.
It has also been seen that the same molecule is able to enhance the activity of NK cells and the proliferation of lymphocytes, but has also partially increased the secretion of Th1 cytokines. Therefore, Cordyceps is safe and effective for improving cell-mediated immunity of healthy adult males.
Very interesting is also the antitumor role that this fungal molecule would seem to play and this has been seen through in vitro studies conducted by Japanese researchers supported by the Japan Society For the Promotion of Sciences and published in the Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, volume 127 January 2015. At the moment it is right to remember that there are no complete scientific studies from the point of view of the evidence of basic medicine and the advice of the doctor and the specialist is always recommended before use, especially if in the presence of diseases.