BIO Red Reishi (yellowish varnish) - InLife Creations (150 g) InLife Creations mushrooms are characterized by the highest quality:
- help in the functioning of the immune system
- beneficial effect on the health of the cardiovascular system
- support in maintaining the proper concentration of cholesterol in the blood
- grown, produced and packaged in the EU
- tested for heavy metals and pesticides
- certified from organic farming
The analysis of publicly available scientific data has shown that Gandoderma Lucidum (Reishi mushroom) may have specific health-promoting properties.
Supplementing the daily diet with Reishi mushroom can support the body's immune function by inducing the production of cytokines (eg TNF-alpha and IFN-gamma). The active substances contained in Reishi mushrooms support the maintenance of the correct concentration of cholesterol in the blood, thus demonstrating a beneficial effect on the health of the cardiovascular system. NUTRIENTS
Reishi mushrooms contain a number of active ingredients, including polysaccharides, phytosterols and lanostane triterpenes, including ganoderic acids, and saponins. An important component that should be distinguished among polysaccharides are beta-D-glucans. These mushrooms also contain valuable minerals such as: manganese, magnesium, copper, zinc, calcium and iron, vitamins (mainly B vitamins), and 17 different amino acids.
In the fungi of the species Ganoderma Lucidum, we can additionally find phenols, lysozyme, protease and mannitols. In addition, they are rich in mineral salts, choline, betaine, lignoceric acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, as well as riboflavin, volatile oils and alkaloids. HISTORY
Ganoderma Lucidum, better known as Reishi, as well as Ling Zhi, which literally translates to "sponge of immortality", is one of the mushrooms most valued for its nutritional properties. Reishi mushrooms have been used in traditional Eastern cuisine (especially Chinese and Japanese) for over 4,000 years. Ganoderma lucidum (yellowish lingacid, another name: glossy) occurs naturally in many places around the world, less often in Europe.