Superfeast – Reishi 100gm


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Regarded by ancient herbalists as the ‘mushroom of immortality,’ reishi is traditionally used in Chinese medicine to support healthy immune system function and promote a healthy stress response. A famous Shen tonic, reishi is recommended to calm and balance the spirit, and to enhance sleep quality. It strengthens the Heart, Kidneys, Lungs, and Liver – it is one of those special herbs that work on all Three Treasures (Jing, Qi, and Shen), as well as all the five Daoist organ systems.

In China, reishi is known as ling zhi means ‘spirit plant’ or ‘tree of life mushroom.’ The Chinese character for ling zhi is composed of three characters that represent a shaman praying for rain. The Latin translation of Ganoderma is ‘gano’ (shiny) ‘derma’ (skin).

Reishi is extremely rare in the wild and was once reserved use amongst emperors and royalty only. Immortalised all throughout Chinese art, temples, statues, and paintings – reishi mushroom was held in the highest esteem among Chinese royalty and is surrounded by many legends over the past 4 millennia. Kuan Yin, known as the goddess of healing, was occasionally depicted carrying a reishi mushroom. This polypore was extremely prized amongst the Orient and often hung above doorways as a protector.

Reishi is high in beta-glucans and over 100+ distinct varieties of polysaccharides. Triterpenes are the compounds in reishi responsible for the bitter taste that reishi possesses. Triterpenes are only extracted via ethanol and hot water; this is why we dual-extract SuperFeast Reishi.

Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to:
Balance spirit
Support healthy immune system function
Improve sleep quality / deep sleep

Ingredients: Ganoderma lucidum
(Reishi Mushroom)*
from dry fruiting body 2g
200mg / 250ml

10:1 extract powder

Additional information

Weight 0.298 kg
Dimensions 6.00 × 11.00 × 6.00 cm







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