Mycotherapy originates from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In TCM, medicinal mushrooms have been used successfully for centuries in the treatment of numerous diseases and preventive healthcare. Even if Mycotherapy is a comparatively recent approach within holistic medicine, its significance is increasing. Mycotherapy mainly focuses on two aspects: it addresses the entire individual and aims at identifying and eliminating the causes of diseases instead of only treating symptoms. Medicinal mushrooms are implemented just as uniquely and individually as the causes for disorders are. Medically active mushrooms are administered individually depending on which organ system has been particularly weakened.
As a result of the rising number of chronic diseases, people are increasingly tending to draw on natural healing methods. This is due to the growing number of people for whom chemical substances are ineffective. Mushrooms contain numerous substances of nutritional and pharmacological significance. Their extraordinary effectiveness depends on the whole mushroom being used, with all its active ingredients.
In addition to positive experiences, the effects of medicinal mushrooms were proven by numerous scientific studies.
MykoTroph Institute is one of Europe’s leading institutes for Mycotherapy. MykoTroph offers therapists the chance for first hand qualification in the fascinating field Mycotherapy. All in all, over 6.000 therapists took up this offer. Single-day online courses are offered throughout the year. MykoTroph online trainings are an optimal complement to the skill sets of practitioners and therapists. Moreover, MykoTroph Institute is available to therapists to answer questions related to Mycotherapy.
Mykotroph Institute also provides people interested in that field with cost-free info materials. There is also the opportunity of advice by phone at +49 6047-988530 or visit www.MykoTroph.com.