Bio Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum) High Potency Extract 30 ml
  • Bio Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum) High Potency Extract 30 ml
  • Bio Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum) High Potency Extract 30 ml
  • Bio Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum) High Potency Extract 30 ml

Bio Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum) High Potency Extract 30 ml

22,00 €

Origin: China

Ingredients: 1:1 Organic Alcohol, organic dried Reishi mushroom.

NO additives, coloring, added sugar, gluten, soy or GMOs.

Keywords: Adaptogen, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiviral, cardio tonic, hepatoproctive, nervine, vaginal infections, anti-fungal, Kidneys helth support.

Energetics: Bitter, warm, neautral.

It  is  distinctively  unique  from  other polypores  as  it  grows  on  a  stem, helps with allergies  and  tension,  as  well  as for  immune  and  heart  support.  Reishi  is  a  heart  tonic  that helps  lower  blood  pressure,  reduce  pain  caused  by  angina and  may  have  the  potential  to  help  prevent  arteriosclerosis and  lower  triglyceride  levels,  which  can  contribute  to strokes  and  heart  attacks. Some mushrooms such as reishi and chaga are shown to actually be antifungal against the candida yeast. Reishi redeces proteinuria, podocyte injury, kidney inflammation and fibrosis.
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Intervention: 5 to 10 drops per day.
Treatment: 10-15 drops, 3 times per day max.

Directions for use

Shake before using. Take directly on the tongue or in a half glass of water or tea, 15 to 30 minutes
before meals. For long-term treatment, use 6 days out of 7.


Mode of Action

G. lucidum has been shown to have both antioxidative and antiinflammatory effects, and noticeably decreases both the infarct area and neuronal apoptosis of the ischemic cortex. led a study that investigated the protective effects of intragastric administration of G. lucidum in cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury in rats. Pretreatment with G. lucidum for 3 and 7 days lessened neuronal loss in the hippocampus. The malondialdehyde content in the hippocampus and serum and the levels of TNF-α and IL-8 in the hippocampus were reduced. On the other hand, the activity of superoxide dismutase in the hippocampus and serum was increased. This study illustrated protective role of G. lucidum against cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury through its antioxidative and antiinflammatory properties.
G. lucidum also possesses tranquilizing action, and its use for the treatment of anxiety, insomnia, and palpitation is well documented in TCM, considering this action of G. lucidum, investigated the influence on the sleep of freely moving rats and the potential mechanism of G. lucidum fruiting body extract (GLE). Three-day treatment of GLE considerably augmented total sleep time and nonrapid eye movement (NREM) sleep time at a dose of 80 mg/kg without affecting slow-wave sleep or REM sleep.

Helpful Associations
Chaga extract (available at Blissdorf)
Cordyceps extract (available at Blissdorf)

Ancient Chinese texts discuss the six colors of reishi with the most common and well-known being the red variety; other colors include blue, yellow, black, white, and purple.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners prescribe Lingzhi to influence the heart, lungs, liver, and kidney channels, to balance Qi (the body’s life force), calm the mind, and relieve cough and asthma. As we discuss in our article, The Benefits of Red Reishi and the 5 Other Color Types, mushroom expert Zhi-Bin Lin notes that modern pharmacological studies show reishi’s potential for supporting cardiovascular health. He goes on to suggest that these benefits could possibly relate to the “heart-boosting” effects recorded in Traditional Chinese Medicine texts. Reishi mushrooms are included in China’s State Pharmacopoeia of the People’s Republic of China (2000) and are touted to balance Qi, ease the mind, and support respiratory health. Reishi remains a cornerstone of natural medicine in Eastern cultures. With globalization and the growing number of people looking for natural solutions to support their health, scientists are now investigating the validity of the health claims surrounding this traditional herbal remedy.

The reishi mushroom was first discovered by Chinese healers more than 2,000 years ago in the Changbai Mountains. This northern mountain range – which translates to “Perpetually-White Mountain Region” – is widely known for its frigid conditions, but the base of the mountain is home to a large temperate hardwood forest where the rare reishi mushroom flourishes.
Ancient Chinese texts refer to the mushroom as an elixir of immortality, and note secret locations where the fungus was thought to grow. Healers believed that the reishi mushroom had potent anti-aging properties, and it has long been used as a talisman of luck, healing, and wellness in Chinese culture.
The reishi mushroom is still commonly used by physicians across Asia to treat a wide range of maladies and health concerns, and use among Western physicians and healers is growing.
Ancient Chinese herbalists called reishi Lingzhi (灵芝) because it means “herb of spiritual potency.” Emperor Yan, the first (and most legendary) in the line of ancient China’s rulers, is the founding father of the farming practices and tools that became the foundation of China’s agriculture. He is also the attributed author of the “bible” of medicinal plants: Shennong Ben Cao Jing (a.k.a. Materia Medica). Of reishi, he wrote, “If eaten customarily, it makes your body light and young, lengthens your life, and turns you into one like the immortal who never dies.”

Taking reishi mushroom may be riskier if you have low blood pressure or are taking therapy to raise your blood pressure, are taking diabetes medications, or have immune system disorders or medications.

Reishi mushroom may increase the risk of bleeding.
Talk to your doctor before taking reishi mushroom if you are using anticoagulant or antiplatelet drugs such as:
Aspirin, Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Warfarin, Heparin