Ranked number one herb in the "Superior Medicine (herb)" category.
Since ancient times, red reishi was reserved for emperors and other elite who could afford its high cost. It has been regarded as nature's rarest herb with ginseng ranking behind it.
Some of red reishi's medicinal values:
Scientist and researchers in Japan and China agree that red reishi aids blood circulation and increases the metabolic activities of cells inside our body and eventually helps the proper functioning of all internal organs. It can enhance our body's immune system, thus improving better health conditions. Red reishi is most effective in the prevention of diseases which arise from poor blood circulation.
Reishi is very difficult to find. To cultivate good quality reishi, the quality of the mother fungi has to be specifically selected and with the perfect control of temperature, humidity, sunlight, carbon dioxide and the quality of wood log on which it grows, all play a very important role in producing good quality reishi.
During the initial period of intake, you may feel dizzy, have sore bones, itchy skin, increased bowl movements, hardening of feces or loose stool, or pimple-like eruptions appearing on various parts of the body. These are all normal signs of recovery and an indication that the medicinal effect of reishi is functioning well. The is the excretion of accumulated toxic matters from modern day foods and vigorous activities of the body metabolism. The above-mentioned reactions differ from individuals to individuals. Some might not see any reactions.
Such reactions generally last a few days only until the body
adjusts to the improved overall activity that comes from taking red reishi. It
is important to point out that these physiological reactions are only temporary,
unlike side effects from medications.