Organic Reishi (100% Pure)
Size: 50g of powder
The life zone of Reishi mushrooms
The reishi mushroom has its origin in the mountainous woodlands of Asian countries such as China, Korea and Japan. The habitat of this particular fungus is usually at the base of a hardwood tree, in humid conditions. In addition, the reishi mushroom needs a lot of shade. The mushroom is harvested in the months of August and October.
Ganoderma lucidum is the scientific name of the reishi mushroom. Ganoderma lucidum is a contraction of Ganos ('brightness') and Derma ('skin'). The Greek name Ganoderma boils down to the following: 'mushroom with the clear skin'. The Latin lucidum means 'shining'.
Healthy characteristics of Reishi
Reishi is known as a healthy and special mushroom with numerous health benefits. Reishi mushrooms have been used in traditional Asian medicine for over 2000 years. First, reishi can help to support the resistance, which in theory can lead to better protection against bacteria and inflammation.
Reishi mushrooms contain triterpenoids, which are special substances that can help to better control weight. In addition, the mushroom helps with fatigue and can provide more energy.
Use of Reishi Powder
Buying reishi powder is a great choice. This is because it has numerous healthy characteristics and it also has many uses. Reishi and products containing reishi are sold throughout the world. Think of reishi capsules, mushroom powder, but also reishi extracts for coffee and tea.
Mushrooms such as reishi can be used in many ways: in countless Asian dishes, a soothing reishi tea or a nutritious soup. Reishi powder contains all the healthy nutrients that the fresh mushroom also has, but in powder form which is easy to mix. Another advantage is that the dried powder has a longer shelf life.
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