60 capsules per bottle | 60 day supply | 375mg per capsule (16:1 dual alcohol/water extract, equivalent to 6000mg)

made with organic ingredients
100% fruiting bodies | no fillers or additives
57.3% Polysaccharides, 4.02% Triterpene | NPN 80106421

Suggested Use Take one (1) capsule once per day. Take with food to avoid digestive upset.

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If you are taking blood thinners or anticoagulants it is best to consult your physician or naturopathic doctor as reishi might prevent the medications from working properly. People who have diabetes should also be cautious with consuming reishi because it might lower blood sugar levels. If you are interested in using this product and are someone who is pregnant or nursing, under the age of 18, or currently taking prescription medication, please consult with your health practitioner before use.

Benefits of reishi

Why take reishi?

- to support homeostasis and balance in the body
- to improve mood, sleep and fight stress
- to strengthen the immune system

Reishi is a fantastic supplement to support overall wellness and balance in the body. Reishi promotes homeostasis because of its adaptogenic properties. Adaptogens increase energy and resistance to stress by regulating a stable balance in the hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal glands. This includes mental stress such as anxiety, emotional stress such as depression and physical stressors such as fatigue or muscle soreness after a workout. All adaptogenic substances have a plethora of health benefits and can help people maintain optimal physical performance and resistance to physiological stressors.

Reishi supports your sleep cycle by regulating your cortisol levels throughout the day. Cortisol is a critical hormone that helps regulate glucose and blood pressure levels. Cortisol also regulates how you feel when you wake up in the morning by impacting serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine production. Reishi also promotes deep sleep and dreaming by reducing blood gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels and increasing glycine and serotonin levels in the body.

Reishi mushroom has been studied for its ability to have an effect on the nervous system. This is extremely important for anxiety sufferers because reishi can regulate GABA receptor sites. Studies have shown that reishi may diminish cravings and addiction because of this mechanism of action in the brain. Patients who suffer from alcoholism or substance abuse would especially benefit from reishi as the effects of the addiction might be reduced along with withdrawal symptoms. Reishi may also help patients who suffer from eating disorders because it can help regulate weight and appetite.

Reishi possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory effects and immune modulating properties. It to down-regulate the immune system when appropriate to avoid allergic reactions and inflammation caused by an overactive immune system. Reishi enhances the immune system by potentiating cells that help fight infection and disease. Reishi also stimulates granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor production which triggers your white blood cells to fight off infections.

Triterpenes, one of the compounds in Reishi mushrooms, have adaptogenic effects that support blood pressure management, help to regulate mood, and calm allergies and inflammation. Due to being a rich source of polysaccharides, reishi may aid in the prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Research supports that reishi mushrooms have significant anti-inflammatory effects that are more effective than hydrocortisone. In addition to all this, reishi is anti-tumor, anti-viral and anti-biotic. It also balances blood sugar levels, supports liver health and protects DNA in our cells.

Reishi promotes longevity and supports the mind and body, promoting well-being. The benefits of reishi are vast and it is an exceptional mushroom to support your health!

More about reishi

Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum) also known as lingzhi mushroom or Mannentake (10,000 year mushroom), is a mushroom that has been used as a medicinal remedy for centuries. The reishi mushroom belongs to a group of fungi known as polypores. These mushrooms grow on decaying logs and tree stumps throughout the world. Reishi mushrooms grow across North America, Europe and Asia.