Lingzhi Mushroom from Japan for 1 month (heart, oncology, Reishi mushroom)
What is Lingzhi Mushroom supplement?
Lingzhi mushroom (Reishi mushroom, Ganoderma Lucidum) is one of the rare natural sources of beta-D glucans, polysaccharides decreasing blood levels of low-density cholesterol. Beta-glucans are known for significant recusing the risk of such cardiovascular diseases as:
- coronary heart disease
- myocardial infarction (heart attack),
- stroke (cerebral hemorrhage).
Lingzhi Mushroom supplement by the famous Japanese maker DHC Corporation uses Lingzhi mushroom powder from the mushrooms grown inn Japan. Those are particularly rich in beta-glucans, containing at least 288 mg of beta-glucan D in a daily dosage. Lingzhi mushroom supplement also contains ganoderic acid, a group of triterpenes that can be only found in fungi from the genus Ganoderma. Ganoderic acid inhibits 5-alpha reductase, provides hepatoprotetive effect, decreases number of tumor cells and enhances the effectiveness of other anti-tumor medications. Lingzhi mushroom supplement is recommended as a supporting therapy in cancer treatment.
Also, Lingzhi mushrooms contain such beneficial principles as coumarin and mannitol. Coumarin is an indirect anticoagulant, preventing genesis of blood-clots and deep vein embolism. Mannitol, is a sugar alcohol which lowers plasma pressure in patients with glaucoma, hepatic, and renal failure, provides diuretic effect and reduces swelling.
- Lingzhi mushrooms extract (160 mg in a daily dosage),
- Lingzhi powder (1160 mg in daily dosage),
- at least 288 mg of beta-d-glucans in a daily dosage.
Amount: 150 tablets
Maker: DHC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
- lowering cholesterol level,
- reducing the risk of atherosclerosis,
- reducing risk of myocardial injuries and stroke,
- decreasing the number of tumor cells.
How to take
Take 5 tablets a day with water, preferably dividing into 2 doses.
Contraindications: do not use for children under 12 years old, pregnant or breastfeeding women. Use with caution in patients prone to bleeding.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.