Reishi Mushroom – The Ancient Medicine of Kings

Reishi mushrooms are known to medicine for more than 4,000 years. They rightfully gained the name “medicine of kings.”

Because it was hard to find in nature, it was only reserved for Asian royalty and wealthy people. In nature they grow in the rain forest and only on certain trees that are in the process of decay.

From 10,000 stems, the reishi mushroom can be found on only 1-2.

The famous doctor Li Shizhen, from the Ming dynasty, in his book “Compendium of Materia Medica” recommend the use of reishi mushroom as an effective remedy in the fight against many diseases and wrote that long-term intake of reishi, allows the creation of immune healthy body in overall.

Reishi Mushroom Medicine

It is thought that this mushroom is the most healing of all medical herbs and rank before ginseng (which was then valued for herb of longevity).

Grown as pure gold

Things started to change in the second half of the 20th century, when an organized breeding of the red reishi mushroom has begun in Japan. In 1970 at Kyoto University, Yukio Naoi with a particular method, managed to grown reishi mushrooms in organic adjusted and treated surfaces.

By this, actually was guaranteed that each mushroom will have a maximum of medicinal ingredients and do so, the possibility of any contamination with bacteria or toxins is dismissed.

While growing up, each mushroom gets stored and grown as pure gold. In China, this method was implemented a little later – in 1975, and since then this miraculous mushroom becomes available worldwide.

Reishi mushroom is a miracle among medical herbs because of its superior health benefits and because it has absolutely no side effects on the human organism.
It is totally nontoxic and there is no way to overdose with it.

All in One

Reishi mushroom can be used daily without any adverse effects on human health. When used regularly, the mushroom establishes balance in the body, enabling all organs to function normally.

In general, reishi is not two in one, three in one, five in one, etc., but it is all in one. Strengthens, modulates and regulates the immune system, removes circulatory blockages, removes accumulated toxins (poisons) and strengthens and revitalizes the body.

Because of its alkaline base, it neutralizes the acidity of the body. Reishi mushroom help to the 5 key/general organs in humans: heart, lungs, liver, pancreas and kidneys.

Reishi Mushroom on TreeThis mushroom helps in treating serious health disorders, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, nephrological, endocrinological, neurological (nerve disorders, chronic fatigue and insomnia), migraine, dramatic headache attacks, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, chronic bronchitis, allergies (it even completely removes them), HIV / AIDS and hepatitis A, B, C.

Due to its alkaline base, it neutralize the acidity of the body, stimulates the regeneration of bronchial mucus, acting anti-inflammatory, antibacterial against: stafiloki, streptococci and streptococcal pneumonia, it helps expectoration and reduces the reflex drive in dry unproductive coughs.

Reishi has a strong anti-tumor effect, improves the activity of our cells-killers, our natural defense against cancer cells.

It increases the production of interleukin-1 and interleukin-2, acts antiviral, reduces the level of serum cholesterol, improves the myocardial metabolism, enhances cell proliferation in the cell nucleus of the bone marrow, has anti-HIV action, has analgesic properties and helps improving the general condition of the whole organism.

Most people do not know that emotional health is in 100% relation to mental and physical health. In other words, if you improve your mental and physical health your emotional health will improve too.

These mushrooms help in regulating whole body metabolism – ensure normal functioning of all organs, including the brain. Hence, among other titles, the reishi mushroom carries the title “enlightener of the mind”.

Reishi mushroom is a miracle among medical herbs because of its superior health benefits and because it has absolutely no side effects on the human organism.
Reishi Mushroom
Date Published: 06/17/2015
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