Reishi effects

Methods of reishi cultivation

 

Many people, especially in Asia, believe that when wild reishi is rare and very expensive, it has to be of higher therapeutic quality than the cultivated version. Replacing price and value is a common mistake. In fact, it’s just the opposite. The wildly growing reishi is easily subject to damage and contamination by insects, molds and polluted environments. The total content of biologically active substances is then very volatile, so quality is not reliably guaranteed. Mushroom seldom reaches full maturity in perfect condition. On the other hand, cultivated reishi usually comes from varieties selected for high therapeutic efficacy. Cultivation can take place under well-controlled conditions. The result is a more homogeneous and more reliable product.

 

Origin of Reishi:

Ganoderma is a genus of polypore mushrooms that grow on wood and include about 80 species, many in tropical areas. Due to their extensive use in traditional Asian medicine and their potential in bioremediation, they are a very important family. The therapeutically most commonly used is Ganoderma Lucidum, which has been used for 4,000 years in traditional Asian medicine. Various areas are named differently. In our country, the most commonly used term "Reishi" comes from Japan.

Rich people in ancient times used this miraculous mouth in the hope of gaining immortality and peace.

At present, this miraculous fungus is called the "Queen of Herbs". Reishi demonstrably supports health and longevity. It is most commonly used to treat many diseases such as body pain, cancer and liver disease. It is also prescribed for various psychiatric and neurological diseases.

It contains over 400 trace elements that maximize the body’s own healing capabilities.

The Reishi sponge is available in six different colors, but the red variety is most often grown and used. Reishi is not used for cooking because it has an extremely hot taste. You do not have to find it in your store or supermarket. It is used only for medical purposes.

Reishi was once cultivated only in the wild, but is now grown in special farms and gardens. Cultivated by the tissue culture method. The process uses centrifugal separation technology to preserve nutrients.

 

Nutritional values:

Reishi contains a huge amount of 400 nutrients! The nutrients present in this amazing plant promote health and vitality. Some of the important nutrients are polysaccharides, antioxidants, adenosine, proteins and alkaloids. It contains a complex of vitamins of potassium, phosphorus, calcium, vitamin A, C, E, D and B.

 

Health effects:

 

1. Heart Health:

Researchers in China and Japan have found that ganoderic acid present in Reish improves blood flow and reduces oxygen consumption in the heart muscle. It also reduces cholesterol levels and inhibits platelet aggregation, which often leads to a heart attack. Reishi prevents plaque formation in the arteries. Plaque restricts blood flow by reducing the passage in the arteries, leading to atherosclerosis. The study found that Reishi consumption for 2 weeks can significantly reduce blood pressure.

 

 

 

2. Anti-allergy:

Reishi extract can significantly inhibit various types of allergic reactions including asthma and dermatitis. Triterpenoid, the compound found in Reishi, provides anti-viral and anti-allergic effects. It prevents the release of histamine, making the herb potentially useful for allergies. Polysaccharides improve the ability of antibodies to fight against bacteria and viruses that cause allergic reactions. Reishi is useful for treating allergies caused by atopic shock, dermatitis, hay fever, urticaria, and food and drug allergies.

 

 

 

3. Healing of the liver:

This powerful fungus protects the liver from damage caused by physical and biological factors. Reishi can help people in early stages of alcoholic liver disease, especially those who have not experienced severe liver loss. It also helps patients suffering from hepatitis B and patients with elevated liver enzymes. Powerful compounds present in Reishi accelerate removal of drugs and chemicals stored in the liver. Antioxidants present in Reishi fight against free radicals and promote liver regeneration.

 

 

 

4. Detoxes the body:

Ganoderma removes toxins accumulated in the body due to excessive intake of medication and unwanted food. It promotes effective synthesis of bile and fatty acids and promotes faster detoxification of chemicals from the body. In addition, it increases the body’s ability to absorb oxygen more than 1.5 times. Reishi quickly oxidizes the body and adjusts its pH value.

 

 

 

5. Treatment of kidney disease:

Reishi reduces proteinuria and cholesyrolimus and maintains proper kidney function.

 

 

 

6. Improvement of Sleep:

Chinese herbalists traditionally recommend Reishi for their sleep-promoting properties. Regular use of Reishi can support a deep sleep phase.

 

 

 

7. Mental Health:

In Japan, dried Reishi is recommended for the treatment of environmental stress caused by neurosis. The study also found that regular Reishi intake can help patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. It provides a soothing effect that is neither narcotic nor hypnotic.

 

 

 

8. Muscle relaxant:

Reishi has been widely used for its muscular-relaxing and anti-painful properties. It is believed that the fungus can also treat anorexia ..

 

 

9. Immune system:

Reishi is very useful in strengthening the body’s immune system. Reishi mushrooms not only stimulate the immune system but also regulate it. They regulate metabolic balance and promotes nucleic acid synthesis in the body. Polysaccharides increase levels of interferon in the body by promoting protein release from white blood cells. These white blood cells help to inhibit the spread of diseases. Studies have shown that patients taking Reishi exhibit less undesirable effects in chemotherapy and radiation. Postoperative recovery is also smoother.

 

10. Old age:

Polysaccharides in Reishi support the synthesis of nuclear DNA and increase cell division, delaying the onset of aging. It also contributes to longer life. This miracle plant helps to manage some of the most endangered ages and autoimmune diseases such as cancer and other neurodegenerative diseases.

 

11. Weight loss:

Oxygen is very important for fuel burning. High oxygen levels increase the metabolism of the body and lead to weight loss. It increases the rate at which the body supplies oxygen to the blood and supplies additional energy. Increased energy levels will help us work longer and help in weight loss.

 

12. Antioxidants:

Reishi is a powerful source of antioxidants. It contains one of the highest sources of antioxidants found in herbs and mushrooms. The peptide found in Reishi is the most powerful antioxidant in this herb. Other antioxidants include polysaccharides, a polysaccharide peptide complex and phenolic components.

 

13. Cancer:

Reishi strengthens immunity and combats the spread of cancer cells. It stimulates the production of interleukin-2, which helps fight many types of cancer. Ganoderic acid, the compound found in Reish, helps fight liver cancer. It acts against suppression by stimulating the production of proteins in the bone marrow. The study included 34 patients with advanced stage of cancer. They were given Reishi three times a day for 12 weeks. The results showed a significant increase in T cells.

 

Oxygen deficiency is one of the main causes of cancer. It is known that cancer cells thrive in oxygen deficient environments. Conversely, cancer cells can not prosper in an oxygen-rich environment. Several laboratory studies have shown that Reishi can prevent cancer metastasis. It inhibits the migration of cancer cells and angiogenesis. Reishi extracts are used in drugs to inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells. In addition, combining Reishi with green tea increases its strength to slow the growth of cancer cells.

 

14. Infection:

Reishi stimulates the maturation of immune cells, also called macrophages, that attack infectious bacteria. This further prevents the development of secondary infections. It is also effective against yeast infection.

 

15. Stress:

Reishi has been prescribed since the century for people suffering from stress and anxiety. This can effectively reduce emotional explosions during chronic stress and depression. Ancient Chinese monks used reishi mushrooms to soothe their minds.

 

16. Skin Health:

Topical Reishi can be very effective in treating skin injuries, eczema, psoriasis, insect bites and scratches.

 

17. Urinary tract infection:

Reishi can also provide relief from urinary tract infections. In the study, 88 patients were suffering from urinary tract infection and administered Reishi for 2 weeks. Researchers found that Reishi was significantly better than placebo in providing relief from urinary tract infection. Inhibits 5-alpha reductase, an enzyme that converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. This 5-alpha reductase can lead to the swollen prostate and the health problem that accompanies it. It also improves the flow of urine in men with mild to moderate signs of urinary tract inflammation.

 

18. Inflammation:

Reishi extract is very effective in reducing postherpetic pain that occurs almost after treatment of herpetic lesions. The combination of Reishi with San Mioa (a mixture of several Chinese herbs) can help reduce rheumatoid arthritis. Helps reduce swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Reishi is also effective at stiff neck and shoulders.

 

19. Blood Sugar:

Reishi also has an effect on lowering blood sugar. It contains polysaccharides known as Ganoderan A, B and C, which provide a hypoglycaemic effect. It increases insulin levels in plasma to increase the use of peripheral tissues and promotes metabolism of glucose in the liver.

 

20. Radiation:

 

Reishi increases the effects of radiation therapy and acts directly against tumors. It strengthens the immune system that helps your body manage radiation therapy and chemotherapy. It also alleviates the symptoms of radiation therapy such as nausea, vomiting, fever, infection, hair loss and weight loss.

 

Dosage:

Reishi is available in capsule and tincture form in most health stores. Reishi can also be taken in the form of coffee and tea. Adding Reishi to tea and coffee can make it very hot.

The Reishi dose depends on a number of factors, such as age, health, and some other conditions. Adults suffering from cancer, chronic hepatitis and diabetes should receive doses of 600 to 1800 mg daily. At high blood pressure, it is recommended to use 55 mg of ganoderma. For treatment of proteinuria (protein in urine), 100 g of ganoderma is recommended in 300 ml of water.

Do not forget to talk to your doctor before you start treatment.