Mushrooms have long been used in medicine, the earliest records go back over 4,000 years in China. And the concept of medicinal mushroom use has been advocated for many disease states, even cancer. Medicinal mushrooms come in all shapes and sizes – Maitake mushrooms, Cordyceps, Shiitake, Reishi, and more. Mushrooms contain high levels of glycoproteins and polysaccharides.
And, this is precisely what places Lingzhi and other edible mushrooms in a nutritional class by themselves. Within the DNA of the mushroom lies its hidden power to act as a vehicle for transcribing and then transporting these molecular nutrients in their purest form into the body. With breathtaking precision, the pharmacological properties of Lingzhi combine synergistically to offer a formidable spectrum of benefits that support human health—including revitalizing the body, supporting the immune system, and balancing the mind and emotions…yielding an exquisite match between Mother Nature and human nature. I am 100% in favor of nature’s medicine, and the mushroom approach.