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The history of Ganoderma lucidum as a food supplement has been extensively documented in the oldest Chinese pharmacopoeia, "Shen Nong's Herbal Classic." It is known by the name of Lingzhi in China and Reishi in Japan. It is an herbal mushroom to which unique properties are attributed, it is found in nature in plum trees; however, it is extremely rare and almost impossible to find in this way.


G. lucidum has a complex chemical composition, however from a phytochemical point of view the principles responsible for its pharmacological properties can be grouped into ergosterol, triterpenoid and polysaccharide. More than 80 terpene derivatives have been isolated, highlighting the so-called ganoderic acids, ganoderioles, ganolucidic acids, lucidic and lanosterol acids. In addition, different polysaccharides have been described in the species, such as the so-called PL-1 and PL-2 heteroglucan, and PL-3 homoglycan and also proteins, lectins and analogues of adenosine.


Its functional properties are considered a home supplement of traditional use for the treatment of various diseases, such as hepatitis, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, liver disease, arthritis, bronchitis and cancer. It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for the stimulation of vitality and longevity. It has recently been used in the treatment of weakness, insomnia, gastric ulcers, immune disorders, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and others.


Antioxidant Effect

The polysaccharides of Reishi help to diminish the production of free radicals, which is considered a main factor in the human aging process. The present superoxide dismutase helps maintain our body throughout the aging process.

Immunomodulatory effects

A marked effect of immune modulation was reported with an increase in T lymphocytes, including T-helpers, as well as a decrease in CD8, in patients whose immunological parameters were initially compromised. It was also reported that the side effects of chemotherapy decreased, the improved recovery of the postoperative patient was observed in comparison with the controls.

Antineoplastic capacity

It has been shown that Reishi has antineoplastic activity due to its immunostimulating properties. Specific effects include an increase in monocytes, macrophages and T lymphocytes. In addition, there is also an increased production of cytokine, interleukin, tumor necrosis factor and interferon.

Cardiovascular Effect

It has been shown to increase cardiac contractility, reduce blood pressure and increase resistance to hypoxia in cardiac muscles.


It has a broad spectrum of antibacterial activity and inhibits the growth of E. coli, B. dysenteriae, Pseudomonas spp., Pneumococci, streptococci (type A), staphylococci and others.

Anti-Allergic Activity

Compounds that contribute to the antiallergic activity have been identified as the four triterpene- trimeric acids, ie, Ganoderic A, B, C and D. These ganderic acids help to suppress the release of histamine from the cells.

Hepatoprotective effects

Studies in rats previously damaged, indicated to be a powerful antioxidant power against the damage
produced by lipid peroxidation originated in the kidneys and liver.


No side effects have been reported in the available literature and clinical studies. However, sensitive people may experience certain detoxification symptoms such as mild digestive discomfort, dizziness, bone pain, and skin rashes during the initial period of ingestion. This is due to the excretion of accumulated toxic substances from the daily modern meals and the vigorous activities of the body metabolism, but do not worry these first discomforts last a short time.



For centuries, in traditional Asian culture, Reishi has been known as a cardiotonic herb and has been routinely prescribed for all persons with symptoms of tight or aching chest, coronary artery – disease related to chest insolence.


Effective dose has to be between 1.5 to 3 grams of powder per day or take 3 capsules per day accompanied with food.


Ganoderma lucidum- Reishi capsules (90 x 350 mg)



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38 thoughts on “Reishi

  1. I have never heard of this in my entire life. But if it helps with arthritis I might have to give it a try. How much does it cost?

  2. I’m thankful I’ve read this article it’s my first time to know about this. Same with moringa it has a lot of benefits and will provide the right nutrients for our body.

  3. Reishi help to diminish the production of free radicals, build up immune system, with no recorded side effect. This is one that has all goods to offer, let enjoy it guys.

  4. I pretty much love this post for its contents. I love the product for the fact that no side effects have been reported in the available literature and clinical studies. Thanks for this lifeguarding post.

  5. I personally haven’t heard of herbal mushroom to which unique properties are attribute, though I eat our local mushroom. I dont thing this Reishi grows in my region

  6. Thanks for shedding light on the important of G lucidium..truth be told ,I have never heard of it..the fact that it combat some ailments is music to my ear..I also love the fact that you talked about the side effects..this makes the write up balanced.. Spot on

  7. I have never heard of Ganoderma lucidum as a mushroom nor it’s health benefits. Looking at it at first glance it looks so poisonous but however, it’s benefit surpasses it’s looks. Thanks for elaborating it’s benefit and use.

  8. I have always heard of stories that they form part of an ANTIOXIDANT. It is good you have confirmed. Good article though.

  9. This plant will do magic to your body if taken as required. I love natural medicine because there are no side effects.

  10. I am surprised I have never heard of Reishi before. I’m impressed at the number of conditions it can help with.

  11. I have always been skeptical of herbs but it’s good that Reishi enjoys professional certification. That really gives me confidence in its ability to heal.

  12. Thanks so much for the detailed guide on Reishi and all its benefits. There’s quite a bit to learn from this.

  13. I read a study that claimed that Reishi helps a lot with kidney and liver problems. This article has just confirmed it for me.

  14. The Chinese have been traditionally known to be very good at herbal medicine. That makes me have a lot of confidence in Reishi as a medical remedy.

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