Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum (Curtis) P.) is a woody structured mushroom. The powerful medicinal properties of Reishi come from his body, spores and mycelia.
The mushroom contains various different bioactive compounds including beta-D-glucans, ganoderans, nucleotides, fatty acids, proteins and trace elements.
These compounds have been reported to help reduce inflammation and overall well-being.


  The most active bioactive compounds in the mushroom are polysaccharides including beta-glucans, which help support the immune system and general well-being.
Part of plant used : mushroom
Active Compound : polysaccharides
check Boosts the immune system
check Supports liver function


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