Reishi (Ling Zhi) Mushroom Powder 5.2 oz
Reishi Ling Zhi
5.2 oz, Powder Form
Take 1 tsp twice daily (can be mixed with water, juice or food) Supplement Facts
||Grown on organic brown rice (full disclosure: the rice is not a filler but the medium on which the mushrooms grow).|
Reishi Mushrooms are grown on organic brown rice, not manure, not sawdust, not millet. The brown rice is not a filler or an additive, it is a growing medium only. Though many sites do not give you this detailed information, we believe in full disclosure. When first viewing a Reishi Mushroom, it looks as though someone has taken varnish to the entire cap. The appearance is shiny, but this is a natural occurrence, as the Latin word lucidum means shiny or brilliant.
Reishi Mushrooms as known for their ability to strengthen the immune system. Plus, used during the winter months as an antibacterial and antiviral herb.
One of the most beautiful, and easily the most famous, of all medicinal mushrooms Reishi has been revered as a medicine for millennia as the "Mushroom of Immortality". Reishi Mushrooms are currently being clinically applied and researched as:
Reishi Mushrooms, can be used to support a variety of body system concerns.
Caution: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
This mushroom is truly diverse in the way it engages the human body promoting health and longevity. Our medicinal powder contains both the fruiting body and the mycelium of Reishi.
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For indepth information on Reishi Mushrooms Medicinal Mushrooms
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Parts of Mushrooms
Mushrooms have a variety of different parts. See the diagram on the left to identify what each part of the mushroom is.
Cap: The cap is the top of the mushroom (and often looks sort of like a small umbrella or fan). Mushroom caps can come in a variety of colors but most often are brown, white, or yellow.
Gills, Pores, or Teeth: These structures appear under the mushroom's cap. They look similar to a fish's gills.
Ring: Is the tissue around the upper part of the mushroom stem.
Stem or Stipe: The stem is the tall structure that holds the cap high above the ground.
Volva: The volva is the protective veil that remains after the mushroom sprouted up from the ground. As the fungus grows, it breaks through the volva.
Mycelium: The mycelium of a mushroom is the vegetative body of fungi: a mass of branching filaments (hyphae) that spread throughout the nutrient substratum (an underlying layer) as defined by the McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Medicinal Mushrooms An Exploration of Tradition, Healing and Culture by Christompher Hobbs. L.Ac.