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Myco Ultra – Scam Supplement or Does It Work?

Is Myco Ultra really as good as people are saying it is? Or is this just another scam supplement that is going to be a waste of your money?

In this review I'll be going over what you need to know before buying this. I'm glad you took the time to do a little extra research. I'll be going over what exactly this supplement is, the ingredients, whether or not there is any proof that it actually works, what other people are saying about it, complaints and more.

They claim it is the "#1 immunity mushroom supplement" on the market, but of course who knows how true a statement like this actually is. Personally I don't believe this statement because this supplement isn't even all that popular.

But anyways... Myco Ultra is claimed to…

  • Boost your immune system
  • Have life span extending properties
  • Have ingredients backed by clinical studies

The main focus of this supplement is to improve your immune health.

This is important because the immune system is your body's defense against invaders.... invaders like bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungus and anything that can potentially make you sick. 

Many people live a lower level of life for years due to infections they don't even know they have.

Our immune systems are working around the clock, day and night, to keep us healthy and it is important for us to help them do their jobs, which you can do by eating healthy and staying fit.

So basically Myco Ultra is supposed to keep you feeling healthy and good, and they claim that people taking it have experienced increased energy and just an overall better feeling throughout the day.

But this is just what they tell you, and as you probably know you can't always trust what you hear from supplement companies. After all, they are trying to sell their supplements so of course they're going to mostly just talk about all the good things.

Does it REALLY work? Let's find out…

Myco Ultra Review

  • Name: Myco Ultra
  • Type: Immune support supplement
  • Ingredients: Mushroom blend
  • Price: Varies depending on amount purchased
  • Legit?: Yes

Myco Ultra is an immune boosting supplement that consists of 8 different ingredients, all of which are mushrooms.

Now when most people think of giving their immune system a boost, they usually don't think of mushrooms. They usually think of maybe eating a few extra oranges to get more vitamin C or something along those lines. That said, there is actually quite a bit of scientific evidence showing that certain mushrooms can be effective at giving your immune system the boost it might need.

In the Western world this isn't all that well known, but consuming mushrooms as a traditional Chinese medicine has been around for thousands of years.

To be completely honest, when I first came across this supplement I was thinking it was probably going to be another over-hyped scam, but I actually think it could actually be pretty good for some people with weakened immune systems.

The 8 Ingredients

You can take a look at the label for Myco Ultra here... 

Myco Ultra Label

Now I don't know if you can read that, and if you can't it is okay. I will go over each ingredient.

With each capsule that you take you get a 700 mg blend of the following 8 mushrooms…

  • Reishi
    • This has been shown to affect the genes of white blood cells,  which play a huge role in our immune system. They are what devour invaders that enter our bodies.
    • Some research, such as as study published in Immunological Investigations, has shown that reishi can increase levels of Natural Killer white blood cells, which is good.
  • Maitake
  • Agaricus blazei
    • This mushroom is native to Brazil but is even used in as far as Japan for medicinal purposes.
    • It has been shown to have medicinal effects on tumors, infections, allergies and inflammation in a 2011 study.
  • Cordyceps sinensis P.E.
    • This may sound gross, but Cordyceps is actually a fungus/mushroom that lives on caterpillars in the high mountains of China... However, most supplements grow this in laboratories.
    • According to WebMD, it "might" stimulate cells and chemicals that can boost the immune system, although there is no hard evidence of such.
  • Lion's mane extract
    • There are many benefits of supplementing Lion's Mane, such as less stress and anxiety, reduced risk of heart disease, helps with diabetes, and even improved immunity against diseases as deadly as cancer.
    • This 2011 study from Food & Function found that Lion's mane can increase the death rate of cancer cells, in particular leukemia cancer cells.
  • Pleurotus eryngii (King Trumpet)
    • This mushroom is native to the Mediterranean area, but is also cultivated in other parts of the world. An amino acid that it has named ergothioneine is what is responsible for much of its antioxidant activity, which helps keep disease away.
    • This also has what are called statins, which are compounds that help fight off diseases.
  • Antrodia camphorate
    • Antrodia camphorate, or AC for short, is a fungus that is native to Taiwan and grows inside the trunk of a tree.  Use of this for medicinal purposes dates back many years.
    • It has been shown to inhibit cancer cell proliferation, provides a good source of antioxidants that can protect against aging and more.
  • Turkey tail mushroom powder
    • This immune boosting mushroom has lots of antioxidants and contains polysaccharopeptides, which can really help give your immune system a boost.
    • Has been shown to possibly improve immune response against cancer cells.

Mushrooms like these are a great source of beta-glucans, which have been shown to boost the immune system and help fight off diseases and illness in many studies.

Any Side Effects?

They state that there are no side effects that have been observed.

Now of course there are probably some potential side effects, because it seems like there is always at least someone that has a negative reaction to just about anything, but generally speaking there are not any that you have to worry about.

I don't know the amounts of each ingredient but there can't be that much because the entire mix is only 750mg.

This is one of the big upsides to taking a natural health supplement such as this… No side effects.

The Cost

Try not to jump out of your seat, because the price is a bit high.

You can purchase one bottle for $60, two bottles for $109.95, or 4 bottles for $173.

Now of course the 4 bottle deal is the best, because you get the most for your money's worth, but that is also a good chunk of money to spend all at once.

price

When I first saw the price I thought it was pretty darn high, but after looking around at other similar products, such as those on Amazon, I found that it really isn't too bad.

Slightly Cheaper Alternative:

However, if you do want a slightly cheaper alternative then another good choice is Host Defense on Amazon. It has most of the same ingredients plus some, and sells for around $50 for a 30 day supply.

What I Like/ Don't Like

What I Like

  • Variety of different mushrooms in the mix which can help boost your immune system from different angles
  • Good amount of science to back up the claims that it works
  • Doesn't give you bad breath like other mushroom supplements (so they say)

What I Don't Like

  • A bit pricey (but it seems like other alternatives are as well)
  • The advertising for this supplement is a bit over-the-top (like how they say Big Pharma is trying to cover up the truth)

What Users Are Saying About It

Unfortunately I wasn't able to find much in the way of reviews for Myco Ultra from people who have actually used it, however I was able to find quite a bit of good reviews from similar supplements out there.

Mushroom blends like this seem to be pretty good at giving your immune system a little natural boost. In fact, I'm thinking about buying some to keep on hand when I feel sickness coming on.

Final Verdict - Scam or Not?

As I mentioned earlier, when I first came across this supplement I thought it was just going to be another over-priced scam. However, I was pleasantly surprised after looking into it further.

This is not a scam as far as I see and very well could help give your immune system the boost you have been looking for.

Will it work for everyone? No. But could it work for you? Yes.

Anyways... I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. Please leave any comments or questions down below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂

About the Author Kyle

Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.

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2 comments
Anastacia Sims says March 12, 2019

thank you for the review. best info i found today on this product.

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    Kyle says March 12, 2019

    You’re welcome! Be sure to share to help spread the truth!

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