Reishi – the mushroom of immortality – has a fixed status in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). No wonder: Reishi is effective against allergies and regulates high blood pressure.
Reishi is the Japanese name for a large, dry and woody mushroom. It grows exclusively on hardwood trees in the subtropical climate of Southeast Asia. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the mushroom is called “Ling Zhi”. Reishi is also known by the Latin name “Ganoderma lucidum”.
Reishi – the Chinese vital mushroom is very rare in nature. This anti-inflammatory food supplement has a long history: Due to the extremely difficult finding and preparation, the use of Reishi was reserved for emperors, high nobility and the high Taoist priests in China and Japan, until well into the 20th century. It was not until the 1970s that this vital mushroom was successfully cultivated. As a result, Reishi as a natural food supplement became accessible to the general public.
The valuable ingredients of this vital mushroom have a beneficial effect against many complaints: