What's So Special About Ganoderma Mushroom?

Ganoderma mushroom mycetes is the kingdom. These are generally short and sensitive fungi are unable to produce their own nutrients through photosynthesis like plants.

In the kingdom mycetes, Ascomycetes are the lower class, while Basidiomycetes, such as Ganoderma lucidum and fungi are of a higher grade.

In general, the fungi family can enhance the immune system by activating the immune cells of the macrophage and Natural Killer (NK). NK cells are responsible for killing cancer cells.

Some may even improve allergic conditions such as skin allergy, allergy and asthma nose.
 
Some beneficial medicinal mushrooms are:

    
Gold needle mushroom (Flammulina velutipes)
    Shitake (Lentinus edodes)
    Maitake (Grifola frondosa)
    Blazei (blazei Murrill)
    Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)

All of these fungi can prevent hypertension, diabetes, blood vessel hardening and even cancer. But of all the mushrooms, Ganoderma lucidum significantly in their medicinal values.

However, you may ask ...

Among these fungi, it is proven that Agaricus Blazei Murill (ABM) has the highest concentration of beta glucan polysaccharides. So do Agaricus Blazei Murill mushroom has the best anti-cancer effect?

ABM is the best fungus of the anti-cancer property. But the comparison with AMB Ganoderma lucidum, which is better?

Ganoderma lucidum contains not only for the anti-cancer beta-glucan, it also contains organic germanium. Having both glucan and beta organic germanium and substantially improve the ability of Ganoderma mushroom to fight against cancer.

Furthermore, Ganoderma lucidum contains Triterpenes to help clean our blood vessels from cholesterol and fatty substances.

Ganoderma mushroom still superoxide dismutase (SOD). SOD in Ganoderma lucidum can help protect against attack by harmful free radicals. This makes the fungus Ganoderma mushrooms in one of the best free-radical and anti-aging.

In a Chinese medical encyclopedia "Ben Cao Gang Mu" (Materia Medica - a detailed description of the medicinal plant), a former doctor Lee Shi Zhen in the Ming Dynasty classified Ganoderma Lucidum as a "superior herb".

He grouped Ganoderma mushroom into six categories by its color and form, namely, green, purple, Ganoderma red, yellow, white and black. The six types have their own medicinal effects and healing.

According to the record, "continuous consumption of Ganoderma mushroom makes the body light and young, lengthening life and making one like an immortal who never dies."

Later, modern medical research on Ganoderma lucidum has shown the results of these ancient medical texts. The Chinese call the plant auspicious, which also influenced the culture and the arts.
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