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This mushroom also known as Lingzhi, Reishi. This is medicinal mushroom used in many daises.
Reishi mushroom is a fungus. Some people describe it as "tough" and "woody" with a bitter taste. The above-ground part and portions of the below-ground parts are used as medicine. Reishi mushroom is used for cancer, boosting the immune system to prevent or treat infections, and for many other reasons, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.
For thousands of years, Ganoderma lucidum has been recognised by many as the highest ranked of all herbs. The Chinese name for Ganoderma, Lingzhi, means “spiritual potency”, while the Japanese name, Reishi, can be translated as “King of Herbs”. Many ancient civilizations used mushrooms for more than just food. They believed mushrooms had significant health benefits.
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!
The health benefits of Ganoderma(Reishi) Mushrooms
They can boost the immune system
Historically, Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms have been used as an immune system enhancer—they’re even used in Asian cultures as an immunostimulant for patients with HIV and cancer. The beta glucans (complex sugars) in the mushroom are believed to stimulate the immune system to prevent infection.
Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms can alleviate fatigue
Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms are adaptogens, plants that help the body combat stress. In one study of 132 patients suffering from neurasthenia (a condition characterized by physical and mental exhaustion), consumption of a compound found in Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms was shown to improve aches, pains, and feelings of irritability.
They may be an ally against cancer
Numerous studies have been done on Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms’ effect on cancer cells. The results have been intriguing—one small study in the Journal of Oncology found that tumors shrunk in three cancer patients that were taking Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms. Researchers believe beta glucans in the mushrooms may prevent new blood vessel growth, which is key as cancer cells need a steady blood supply to grow. The triterpenes (AKA essential oils) in the mushrooms may also inhibit the development and metastasis of tumors. Additional research indicates that the mushrooms could alleviate chemotherapy-induced nausea and improve the efficacy of radiation therapy. That said, if you’re currently undergoing cancer treatment, be sure to check in with your doctor before adding Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms to your routine, as they may interact with your protocol.
Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms could lower blood pressure
Compounds in Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms may help keep high blood pressure at bay, according to a rat study carried out in 2014. But again, if you’re currently taking blood pressure medication, consult with your doctor before taking Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms—the combination could lower your BP to dangerous levels.
They might be good for the brain
Research done on animals indicates that Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms may be therapeutic for neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and may also be able to protect the brain from seizures. Further research still needs to be done to confirm this, however.
They have allergy-fighting potential
Some studies have shown that Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms may have antihistamine effects and can improve the body’s oxygen supply, which is key to those suffering from chronic and allergic asthma.
Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms contain cholesterol-lowering compounds
Both triterpenes and beta glucans may reduce total cholesterol and LDL—commonly referred to as “bad cholesterol.”
They may be helpful for diabetics
Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms were found to decrease blood sugar in one small double-blind, placebo-controlled study—possibly by inhibiting an enzyme that produces glucose. Plus, after seeing noticeably reduced kidney stress and lower blood-sugar levels in test subjects, a different group of researchers concluded that Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms may prevent or halt kidney complications in diabetes patients.
They could improve liver function
Ganoderma(Reishi) mushroom spores were found to promote liver cell regeneration in mice, improving the organ’s ability to shuttle toxins out of the body. A healthy liver can also be critical to supporting other health benefits mentioned above, including managing blood sugar and allergies.
They’re rich in antioxidants
Despite the fact that their other nickname is “the mushroom of immortality,” Ganoderma(Reishi) mushrooms won’t, in fact, make you live forever. But they do have antioxidant properties that can reduce the risk of disease and premature aging—and we can never have too many foods like that in our diets, right?
Ganoderma is not often used in cooking because they are hard and have a bitter taste,
although some people do use them in the same dishes that you might use Shiitake
mushrooms (Lentinula edodes). But you are unlikely to find them at your favorite
market. They are mainly used for purely medicinal purposes and have a number of
health benefits. In fact, it is known among practitioners of Chinese medicine as the
“king of herbs.”
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Mushroom seed known as Spawn.
Spawn is the living fungal culture, called mycelium, grown onto a substrate. It provides the backbone to any mushroom growing operation. Think of it as the equivalent of seeds for a mushroom farm. Unlike seeds, though, mushroom spawn is grown from selected genetics and cloned for consistent production of a particular cultivar of mushroom. This is similar to how people grow apples from grafted wood as opposed to planting apple seeds. Grafting ensures that a particular selected set of genetics produces a consistently delicious apple variety. Seeds (and spores for that matter!) are a genetic grab-bag dependent on two individual sets of genetic material, while spawn is a single genetic culture that can be propagated indefinitely from the same 'master'. The 'master' cultures are kept on agar petri dishes in our laboratory.
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