Organic Reishi Tincture

Organic Reishi Tincture

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  • Boasts Immune support* 
  • Anti-inflammatory* 
  • Promotes Cardiovascular* 
  • Support energy and stamina* 
  • Overall wellness support* 
  • Anti-Viral*
  • Anti-bacteria* 


  • Around a squirt from your dropper once a day in a glass of water or cool to room temperature beverage. Must be ingested so your liver can break down the chains of polypeptides and polysaccharides.  


  • Ganoderma lucidum is a red and orange shelf fungus found throughout the northern hemisphere that feeds off of living or decaying wood. This mushroom has been in use by humans for around 2,200 years according to “Shénnóng Běncǎo Jīng” the oldest book on medicinal subjects where G.lucidum was labeled as a “superior herb”. [3] It has been used for its many medicinal properties throughout this time in the forms of teas that were boiled for weeks at a time in large batches. What makes Ganoderma lucidum medicinal is triterpenes found in the mushroom called Ganoderic acids, which are molecularly similar to that of steroid hormones.[1] Reshi also contains polysaccharides (such as beta-glucan), coumarin,[2] mannitol, and alkaloids.[1] The steroids found in reishi include ganoderol, ganoderenic acid, ganoderiol, ganodermanontriol, lucidadiol, and ganodermadiol.[1] These compounds are naturally found in the fungus to uses as weapons against harmful invaders such as microprobes, local viruses, and competing fungi.[4]

[1] Paterson, R. Russell M. (2006). "Ganoderma – A therapeutic fungal biofactory". Phytochemistry. 67 (18): 1985–2001. doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2006.07.004. hdl:1822/5522. PMID 16905165.

[2]Kohguchi, Michihiro; Kunikata, Toshio; Watanabe, Hikaru; Kudo, Naoki; Shibuya, Takashi; Ishihara, Tatsuya; Iwaki, Kanso; Ikeda, Masao; Fukuda, Shigeharu; Kurimoto, Masashi (2014). "Immuno-potentiating Effects of the Antler-shaped Fruiting Body of (Rokkaku-Reishi)". Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry. 68 (4): 881–887. doi:10.1271/bbb.68.881. PMID 15118318.

[3] "Reishi Mushroom Benefits & Other Facts about Reishi". Reishi Essence. 

[4] Lindequist, U., Niedermeyer, T. H. J., & Jülich, W.-D. (2005, September). The pharmacological potential of mushrooms. Retrieved from

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.