REISHI EXTRACT 30% POLYSACCHARIDES
60 capsules of 307 mg
Price: 32.00 EUR
Ingredients: Reishi extract (61.9%), capsules: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (29.9%), acerol extract (8.2%). Free of gluten, lactose, artificial colours, flavourings and GMOs, a 100% vegetarian product.
Application: Immunomodulator. Antioxidant. Nutritional supplement with specific polysaccharides from Reishi mushroom extract and vitamin C.
Manufacturer: Hawlik Gesundheitsprodukte GmbH
Distributor: Dr. BIOMASTER OOD
Usage: 2 capsules twice a day with a glass of water while eating.
Recommended daily dose of 4 capsules contains:
|for 4 capsules:||% of the daily dose *|
|Reishi extract||1200 mg||-**|
|Vitamin C from acerole||27 mg||33 %|
* according to daily ref. quantities of intake
** there is no data on the recommended dosage
Caution: The product is not a medicine! Do not use it as a substitute for a varied diet! Do not exceed the recommended dose! Keep out of reach of children! Individual intolerance to the components of the supplement is possible.
Storage: In a dry place protected from direct sunlight at 5° to 25° C.
Net weight: 29 g ℮
This extract contains 30 times more polysaccharides (the most active substance in mushrooms) compared to regular mushroom powder.
Read carefully the directions on the label or product leaflet before use.
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Reishi, Ganoderma lucidum, Ling Jie, “Shiny Ganoderma”
In the Asian region, the use of this mushroom has a millennial tradition, even its name means “The Mushroom of Immortality” or “The Mushroom of Longevity”. Reishi is known not only in Asia. This healing mushroom with an interesting appearance has been used in a number of European countries for decades.
Origin and Use of Reishi
Reishi cannot be consumed raw: it is hardwood and has a strong bitter taste. That’s why the mushroom is consumed in a powder or a capsule form (extracts), while its benefits remain intact.
Various representatives of Reishi’s family can be found in the European history: the famous “Snowman” of the Alps – Oetzi carrying with himself Piptoporus betulinus, in order to fight parasites and other health problems.
As a typical woody mushroom in the wild, Reishi prefers to grow on deciduous trees. The cultivation of the mushroom is usually done on wooden logs or pressed sawdust. As a typical representative of Saprophytes, the Reishi mushroom decomposes the organic material on which it lives and eats parts of it. This is the reason for the difference in the colour of the mushrooms and the products obtained as a powder or extract – they depend on the colour of the material on which the mushroom has grown. Hawlik’s main goal is to provide the highest possible quality of the mushroom.
Reishi is extremely rich in polysaccharides. Mushroom-specific beta-glucans, a special form of polysaccharides, make it a very valuable nutritional supplement.
Reishi is also recommended because of the rich content of triterpenes, to which is due in fact to its intense bitter taste.
The spectrum of vital substances contained in Reishi is complemented by many vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, calcium, zinc and iron.