ORGANIC RED REISHI 100G

ORGANIC RED REISHI 100G £20

Our Reishi is 100% organic and is made from the fruiting body of the DuanwoodRed Reishi mushroom and not the mycelium. Because of this production method our Reishi contains more of the beneficial beta-D-glucans found within the structure of the fruiting body as well as a high level of triterpenes.

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ORGANIC MAITAKE 100G

ORGANIC MAITAKE 100G £20

Our Maitake is 100% organic and made from the fruiting body of the mushroom to retain the natural properties of this amazing health promoting mushroom. This product is of a very high quality and when mixed with warm water will dissolve completely and can be taken as a drink before or after meals as well as on its own.

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Organic

Organic 100%

All our products are 100% organic and have been checked by the Certification of Environmental Standards GmbH. And have the code CN-BIO-140.

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How Are  Medicinal Mushrooms Used?

How Are Medicinal
Mushrooms Used?

The reishi mushroom is classified botanically as a polypore, a group of hard, woody, bracket-like mushrooms that decompose wood. Because of this hard and woody nature, reishi is not eaten, but cut into pieces and made into a tea. This traditional water decoction involves boiling reishi at low temperatures for 2-6 hours. The water soluble compounds are left in the decoction and the mushroom pieces are discarded. A water decoction will contain most of the polysaccharides and some, but not all of the triterpenes………

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What ExactlyIs A Mushroom?

What Exactly
Is A Mushroom?

Mushrooms are the fruiting body and reproductive structure of a higher order fungus organism, much like an apple is the fruit of an apple tree. The actual mushroom ‘tree’ is a fine threadlike network called mycelium. This mycelium is for the most part subterranean, living in soil, logs and other organic matter. Unlike green plants, which produce many of their own nutrients by photosynthesis, mushrooms primarily obtain nutrients from dead organic matter or soil. As one of nature’s recyclers, mushroom mycelium secretes enzymes which allow it to absorb the nutrients of the myriad waste materials produced each year by trees, plants and animals……..

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