Scientifically Proven Chinese Medicine
I’m-Yunity® for Dogs is a well-researched mushroom supplement with a unique proprietary ingredient – PSP (polysaccharopeptide).
PSP, the active ingredient of I’m-Yunity® has been well researched in independent academic institutions in the United States, Hong Kong and China over the past 20 years. Animal and human clinical trials have shown I’m-Yunity® possesses immune supporting benefits and enhances immune surveillance. ¹,²
A recent clinical trial conducted with dogs taking I’m-Yunity® at a well-known veterinary center in the U.S also gives firmer scientific evidence to I’m-Yunity®’s use in dogs as an immune health supplement to achieve a better quality of life.¹
I’m-Yunity® for Dogs is made from polysaccharide peptide (PSP), a special kind of protein-bound polysaccharides, extracted from the mycelia of COV-1® strain of Coriolus versicolor especially for immune balance and vitality of dogs.
PSP Researches (active ingredient of I’m-Yunity®)
Brown Dorothy Cimino, Reetz Jennifer. Single agent polysaccharopeptide delays metastases and improves survival in naturally occurring hemangiosarcoma. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine. eCAM 2012: 384301, (2012).
Liu JX, et al. Phase III clinical trial for Yun Zhi polysaccharide (PSP) capsules. Advanced research in PSP (ed. Yang, Q.Y.), 295-303 (The Hong Kong Association for Health Care Ltd., 1999)
Liu Jx, et al. Phase II clinical trial for PSP capsules. PSP International Symposium (ed. Yang QY and Kwok CY), 183-208 (Fudan University Press, 1993)
Yang JC, et. al Al. The stimulation and inductive effects of Coriolus versicolor polysaccharopeptide (PSP) on interferon. Advanced research in PSP (ed. Yang, Q.Y.), 164-167 (The Hong Kong Association for Health Care Ltd., 1999)
Shiu WCT, et al. A clinical study of PSP on peripheral blood counts during chemotherapy. Phytotherapy research. 6, 217-218 (1992).
Kidd PM. The use of mushroom glucans and proteoglycans in cancer treatment. Alternative Medicine Review. 5, 4-27 (2000).
Tsang KW, et al. Coriolus versicolor polysaccharide peptide slows progression of advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Respiratory Medicine. 2003 Jun; 97(6):618-24.