According to Chinese medicine Reishi mushroom extract has many functions but it’s main area of expertise is nourishing the heart, calming the spirit and enriching the chi as well as general tonification and the treatment of coughs.
But why would Reishi have any effect on mood?
If you have been to our website before you will know that we love medicinal mushrooms! Not just a little bit but lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots ( you get the idea)
And we think every human on the planet should take them to improve their health and well being.
But what if you are not human?
What if you’re a dog?
IF YOU FOUND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Beta D Glucans? There is a problem with many mushroom extracts on the market today, one that many people are not even aware of. This issue is very important and effects how medicinal your medicinal mushroom extract is, you know […]
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 For thousands of years mushrooms have been highly respected in Asia for their health promoting properties. One mushroom was regarded as the “King of the Mushrooms” to signify it’s superior medicinal effects over all other mushrooms. Modern research has shown […]
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 1.MAITAKE EXTRACT STIMULATES THE IMMUNE SYSTEM Like other medicinal mushrooms, Maitake contains a complex sugar called beta-glucan. In laboratory and human studies, maitake extract was able to stimulate various cells and factors in the immune system. Maitake stimulates the activity […]
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Medicinal mushrooms have been used in Japan and China for hundreds of years, the most well known of these is Reishi and coming a close second in recent times is probably Cordyceps, but in the west not many have heard […]
Maitake (Pron. “my-tah-key”) is indigenous to northern part of Japan. The basket-ball sized mushroom, weighing sometimes over 50 pounds, grows on the foot of old Japanese oak trees. For hundreds of years, this rare and tasty mushroom has been prized in traditional Japanese herbology. Maitake literally means “Dancing Mushroom”. People who found the mushroom in deep mountain valleys started dancing with joy since they knew its delicious taste and the health benefits.
According to Disease and Health , the article, Maitake Mushroom, by Ken Babal, CN, notes that, “recent research indicates that it may be the most potent of all mushroom-derived medicines in terms of its anti-tumor and immune-enhancing activity.” The article also states that, “In one animal experiment, maitake was able to shrink tumors better than other mushroom-derivatives, including the all-time best-selling cancer drug sold in Europe and Asia.”