Ganoderma is an herb that comes from the Reishi mushroom. Many herbs are taken for different medicinal purposes but ganoderma surpasses them all. Thus named the "King of Herbs," it is packed with powerful antioxidants and offers multiple health benefits.
In the US, this herb has not reached a level of popularity where it could be called well-known. If someone is asked if they have heard of ganoderma in this region of the world, it would not be surprising for the response to be, "gano-what?" Even spell-check - a tool trusted and utilized by people in all walks of life - does not contain the word ganoderma. Ganoderma does have a proven track record, though; it has been used in traditional Asian medicine for over 4,000 years.
Health Benefits of Ganoderma Lucidum
Ganoderma has been known for centuries for alkalizing and oxygenating the body to establish the foundation for a lifetime of good health, removing the basis for osteoporosis, arthritis, adult-onset diabetes, heart disease, and many other degenerative conditions including cancer. No disease can survive in a super oxygenated environment. When your body has sufficient oxygen, it thrives.

Ganoderma is a super herb which rapidly oxygenates your body and automatically adjusts your PH to a healthy balance at the cellular level.
Weight Loss: Oxygen is a necessary component for burning fuel. The more you oxygenate the body, the higher your metabolism. That means weight loss.
Ganoderma is backed up with evidenced based documented research in reducing cholesterol levels and easing allergy-related inflammation of the airway. Often used as an immune stimulant by people with cancer (as well as HIV), Ganoderma has been shown to strengthen immunity as well as combat cancer-cell proliferation
Other health benefits of Ganoderma Lucidum include the following:
· Helps balance blood sugar and pancreatic functions
· Helps protect against skin cell degeneration
· Helps improve skin texture
· Helps reduce appearance of aging
· Helps eliminate toxins from the body
· Helps increase metabolism
· Helps fight and inhibit free radicals
· Helps unclog arteries and supports liver function
· Helps improve sexual functions
· Helps reduce fatigue and improve sleep
· Help improve the digestive system
· Relieves sinuses congestion and other respiratory problems
· Helps rejuvenate body tissues and cells
· Helps increase brain power and clarity
· Helps provide energy and vigor
· Helps rejuvenate and oxygenate the body
· Helps strengthens the immune system
· Helps support the regulation of blood pressure
· Helps balance cholesterol
· Effectively aids in the healing of skin wounds, scrapes, psoriasis, mouth ulcers, external bleeding, bug bites and stings.
THE DIFFERENT FORMS OF GANODERMA
The contents of ganoderma vary at different stages of the mushroom's growth. As a result, ganoderma is havested at its different stages of growth for use in various products. The three forms are ganoderma mycelium, ganoderma lucidum and ganoderma spores.
GANODERMA MYCELIUM
Ganoderma mycelium is a product of the reishi mushroom when it is in root form. At this stage of its growth, it is only 18-21 days old. In this stage, it contains a high concentration of organic germanium and polysaccharide. Ganoderma mycelium has positive effects on the human brain and is also an immune system enhancer.
GANODERMA LUCIDUM
Ganoderma lucidum is a product of reishi mushroom when in its mature state. It reaches this state after 90 days of growth. This is a long list of health benefits associated with the mushroom in this form. To name a few, ganoderma lucidum is an anti-allergen, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory. It also balances the pH levels in the body and has a regenerating effect on the skin.
GANODERMA SPORES
Ganoderma spores are like the seed of the mushroom. Once the spore is cracked, its health benefits can be reaped. Organo Gold has a patented technology that allows them to crack the spore to yield the maximum benefit. Ganoderma in this form is 17 times more powerful than ganoderma lucidum and is rich in polysaccharides, triterpenes, Organic germanium and selenium.


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