Ganoderma

Ganoderma, fungus that grow on wood and also known as Red Mushroom, belong to mushroom family. To date 38,000 varieties of mushrooms have been found in the world, out of which 2,000 are edible and 200 have medicinal values. There are about 80 speices of ganoderma mushrooms, out of which six have medicinal and theraputic values. Ganoderma is a Greek term combining the words ganos (γανος or "shining") and derma (δερμα or "skin"). They are Lignicolous (or wood-decay fungus) and Coriaceous (or leathery) either with or without a stem. The fruit bodies grow in a fan-like or hoof-like form on trunks of living or dead trees.

Ganoderma Lucidum is called the "King of Herbs", because it contains more than 200 active elements, or important nutrients and phytochemicals, having theraputic value. Ganoderma is the most popular food supplement with four basic therapeutic functions: scanning, cleansing, balancing and rejuvenating. It works at cellular levels not only as an anti-toxin, but also an anti-bacterial/anti-viral compound. It has no toxins, or side-effects, even in prolonged use, and has valuable overall normalizing function or is not specified for any disease or organ. It has been used for hundreds of years as a health promotion and treatment strategy.

Benefits

   Works to scan toxins and bacteria/viruses from cells within 30 days

   Assists to cleanse toxins and bacteria/viruses from cells within 30 weeks

   Helps balancing body by restoring and regenerating cells and normalizing functions of the organs

   It has anticancer, antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal effects

   Effective in improving the functions and protection of liver

   Supports in reducing blood cholesterol and blood sugar

   Defends digestive system and helps recover from gastric injury including ulcers

   Boosts immune power

Active Ingredients

   Macronutrients: Amino Acids, Carbohydrates, Dietary Fiber and Enzymes;

   Micronutrients: Vitamins B3, B5, C and D, and Iron, Phosphorous and Calcium; and

   Phytochemicals: Polysaccharides, Adenosine, Triterpenoids, Organic Germanium, Fatty Acids, Ganoderic Essence, etc.

Note

Ganoderma can be taken by anyone, except newborns. Please consult an expert/doctor/food supplement specialist for precautions and dosage. Visit www.reishi.com for more information.