The Pharaohs prized mushrooms as a delicacy, and the Greeks believed
that mushrooms provided strength for warriors in battle.
regarded mushrooms as a gift from God and served them only on festive
occasions, while the Chinese treasured them as a health food. In 2838 BC - The ancient Chinese referred to these mushrooms as "Spirit Medicine", a text from 2838 BC claimed it was the most valuable herb. A long history
of use has produced much anecdotal evidence of beneficial health
outcomes for those lucky enough to have access to this plant. Commonly
called Reishi or Lingzhi these mushrooms are rare in the wild and very highly prized, The book, which is known in Japan
as "Shinnoh Honzohkyo", is now recognized as being the original textbook
of Oriental medical science.
There are no side
effects, and in Traditional Chinese Medicine used to "tonify the qi, and
nourish the blood" and when taken for a long time keeps the body light
and youthful like a god translated from "Shinnoh Honzohkyo". RED REISHI is referred to as
a "Superior Medicine" because when compared to the ordinary medicine it
has the following superior qualities:
1.Daily consumption is acceptable and has no side effects.
2.Regular consumption of Reishi will regulate bodily functions to its normal forms.
3.Its health benefit is effective in all organ functions.
Maitake is an edible mushroom from the species Grifola frondosa
it helps shrink tumours and beat cancer”, according to the
Daily Express. The newspaper says that tests on the maitake mushroom have shown that it can shrink tumours by 75%.
The Cordyceps mushrooms have a long history as medicinal fungi. In
traditional Chinese medicine, Cordyceps have been used to treat several
conditions including cancers for thousand of years. Extracts from both
mycelium and fruiting bodies of C. sinensis, C. militaris and other
Cordyceps species showed significant anticancer activities by various
mechanisms such as, modulating immune system and inducing cell
Shitake, as a very rich source of Iron, Protien, Dietry fibre and rich in Vitamin C.