When Nature Calls
Reishi Functional Mushrooms When Nature Calls
The power of our functional mushrooms lies in the pure, unprocessed, vegan and directly from the original source. The source where wisdom about mushrooms is born; Unspoilt, centuries old forests of China. In the middle of these forests there are traditional mushrooms farms where the art of growing generations is perfected and passed on. The farms are far away from factories, cities and polluted air. They are free with an optimal climate, clean air and land and old methods of traditional Chinese medicine are applied and respected.
Everything starts with the breeding of the mushroom, the basis of our functional mushrooms. Depending on the mushroom, a kind of wood or natural breeding ground is chosen that meets the needs of the mushroom. Reishi is naturally grown on solid oak.
After the mushrooms have reached their maximum potential, they are harvested and immediately dried. Drying is completely natural due to the exposure to sunlight or (for sensitive mushrooms) in a dry oven, so that the temperature can be perfectly controlled. To light these dry ovens, they use the used mushroom feeding soils. In this way nothing is lost and the quality remains guaranteed.
After the drying process, all mushrooms are checked by hand. Only the best mushrooms end up in the next phase in which they are processed in a supplement.
After the mushrooms are completely dried, they are ground to Very fine powder. This forms the basis for the further process, to the mushroom an easily absorbable together statement. The fine powder is processed into an extract by means of hot-water-extraction.
An extract is many times more concentrated than powder.
They contain a higher concentration of polysaccharides. This process can take up to five to seven hours.
The heat used during the production process increases theBio -availability, vital substances are released from the mushroom, which means that it takes less effort for the body to absorb the extract.
High biological availability due to the slow growth of the fruit body
In our products you will find nothing that is not natural.
No chemicals, pesticides to speed up growth or synthetic odor, colors and flavors or preservatives.
The breeding ground for growing the mushrooms is only used once. When the mushrooms have grown, they have absorbed all important nutrients from the ground. A "fresh" composite natural breeding ground is used again for the next party. This bottom is again full of nutrientsThe remaining material of the old breeding ground is not lost. This is used for combustion in the dry ovens. In this way nothing is lost to produce as sustainably as possible.
'Ling Zhi' or 'Divine mushroom of immortality': that is the Chinese name of this special mushroom. And that is not only because it is so colorful and beautiful, but also because the medicinal potential includes a wide spectrum of ailments and diseases.
Ganoderma originally grows in nature and has a preference to settle on prunus trees. It is found in the Far East, Europe and North America and has a preference for moderate and subtropical areas. Partly because of its hard shape and very bitter taste, the ganoderma is not suitable for normal consumption.
Ganoderma has 2 components that stand out: those are the polysaccharides
And the triter penes. These polysaccharides and triter penes have medicinal properties. Triterpenes are mostly appreciated for their adaptogenic effect. In general, it can be said that Ganoderma gives a huge boost to our immune system and our self -recovery.
to use; Maximum 3x daily 2 capsules
Cash 60 capsules.
Nutritional value per capsule:
320 mg full-spectrum Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum) Extract (17: 1), 20 mg Acerola (Malpgihia glabra) per capsule
Reishhi (Ganoderma Lucidum) Extract*, Acerola* (Malpgihia glabra), Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (vegetarian capsule).
* of biological origin
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not use during pregnancy, with breastfeeding and/or with an allergy to one of the ingredients. When in doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist.
(Source; Medicinal mushrooms Peter van Ineveld)