Willing to share with you the benefits of antioxidants, we want to talk about a powerful supplement called ‘Ganoderma Lucidum’.
What is Ganoderma?
Before detailing the Ganoderma topic, let’s review the benefits of antioxidants.
Do you know that antioxidants are very essentials for the proper functioning of our body to fight against free radicals and other important inflammatory diseases? Based on some studies, antioxidants participate in the prevention of premature aging. In fact, they can inhibit the deterioration of the skin related to age.
However, knowing some of the benefits of antioxidants, now let’s talk about Ganoderma. Ganoderma is an uncommon mushroom which becomes the privilege of a royal family in Asia. Traditionally, it is a longevity plant used in Asia and is gaining notoriety in the Western world.
Health starts at the cellular level, where all energy, and aging of our body’s occur. Furthermore, free radicals alter all molecules in their path and unfortunately do not differentiate dangerous elements, such as viruses and some bacteria, from normal molecules, such as healthy molecules. Also note that every day our immune system is under attack from stress, lack of sleep, poor diet, and pollution.
Simple vitamin C is not enough. If you protect and defend your health, you need the power of the secrets of the ancients. And what is this power?
Ganoderma – The powerhouse of mushrooms, has been used for over 2,000 years for its ability to support a healthy immune system because it helps support the growth of your body’s own active immune system cells.
Additionnaly, antioxidants and healthy diet can really help your body fight the side effects of inflammation. Here’s the story behind this extraordinary ingredient, and the mushroom from whence it came…
Discovering The Uncommon Fungus
Centuries ago an uncommon fungus was discovered — an incredible mushroom known as Ganoderma lucidum. But there’s nothing common about these species.
Ganoderma lucidum is a mushroom used for many benefits in traditional Asian culture, and can be found in supplements, skin care and a broad range of everyday products around the world.
The Remarkable Mushroom
Ganoderma is extraordinary and it’s a fantastic-looking mushroom, resembling something supernatural. The mushrooms are unique in that they grow on wood, mostly out of large trees (living or dead) in forests in the more tropical regions of Asia.
The mushrooms are become spectacular for their orange-colored caps sight, but in the wild they can be hard to see because they thrive in such heavily forested areas.
The King Of Herbs
For thousands of years, Ganoderma lucidum has been recognised by many as the highest ranked of all herbs. The Japanese name for Ganoderma, Reishi, can be translated as “King of Herbs” and while the Chinese name for Ganoderma, Lingzhi, means “spiritual potency”. For thousands of years, Ganoderma lucidum has been recognised by many as the highest ranked of all herbs. Many ancient civilizations used mushrooms for more than just food. They believed mushrooms had significant health benefits.
From the Ming Dynasty to Modern Chinese Medicine
Dr. Shi-Jean Lee — famous during the Ming Dynasty — endorsed the use of Ganoderma in his famous book Great Pharmacopoeia [Ban Chao Gang Moo]. In it he promotes the regular consumption of Ganoderma!
Ganoderma- The Natural Difference
The valuable spores produced by Ganoderma lucidum so prized in China is unique in that it grows on wooden trees or logs. But some companies assemble their Ganoderma using plastic bags, so that the precious spores cannot effectively propagate, which makes plastic bag-harvested Ganoderma much less potent.
A Fantastic-looking Meshroom
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