a Medicinal Mushrooms Reishi, ganoderma lucidum food and medicine for thousands of years, only one type of fungus is between 10 000 varieties. It plays a role in Chinese medicine since 7000 years and the first medical book that talks about its therapeutic benefits dates back to 2000 years ago citing their effects (force, strength and longevivad) In the last decade there has been much published scientific research on the therapeutic effects of this mushroom. The most popular and fungi have been studied, reishi, shiitake and maitake. The reishi is known as a “plant spirit” (believed to protect against evil as a talisman), to “consider inmortalidada” a “10 000 year mushroom” and “mushroom fantasmaa” because of its difficulty to find in Japan ” . Formerly reishj 99% of plum trees growing in old but only a few mushrooms are per 100 thousand trees. Now the length of culture time is 2 years. a You can see different Reishi products in our web a Active ingredients of reishi polysaccharides: effect of anti-tumor, immuno-stimulant polystyrene: precursors of hormones Trieterpenos: adaptogens, anti-hypertensive, anti-allergic, promotes liver function-related studies the reishi Hepatitis B: 350 cases. 92.4% very favorable results Lungs and heart: 2,000 patients with chronic bronchitis.

Within two weeks 60-90% of patients noticed considerable improvement and increased appetite. Those affected by bronchial asthma and the elderly responded particularly well. Practical use of reishi a diuretic, laxative, sedative, tonic, dizziness, ulcers, expectorant, cough, UVA protection, general weakness, nervousness, insomnia and anxiety. a Shiitake, Lentinus edodes a In Japan, shiitake is used to enhance immune function during chemotherapy. It is considered very useful in the treatment of the elderly and people with a lot of stress, to increase defenses and their hormonal functions. It is especially useful in chronic fatigue syndrome. Shiitake is used made for any illness associated with immune dysfunction including cancer, AIDS, environmental allergies, candidiasis (contrary to what fungi are said to aggravate these conditions in western medicine unless you have a hypersensitivity to fungi ), frequent colds and flus. Seems beneficial to relieve bronchial inflammation, regulates the incontinence of urine and reduce high cholesterol.

2-6g/dia at recommended doses in divided doses as a therapy and then lower the dose to 1/2g a-1g / d a idea can view different products on our website a Shiitake Maitake, Grifola frondosa a “mushroom bailee” in Japanese. Some say it is so called because when they were the mushroom, people danced for joy because it was worth its weight in silver. Practical Uses maitake a In such cases recommended 3-7g per day Immune cancer, during the chemotherapy, AIDS, etc. Hyperglycemia Hypertension. a You can see different idea Maitake products on our website now in the United States are conducting a study in a clinic with patients from breast and colon cancer in China with 63 patients with lung cancer, stomach, liver and leukemia showed an effect anti-cancer. The doses used son4 capsules x 3 times daily before meals for 1-3 months. These are preliminary studies and no controlled studies.