Joined: Feb 28, 2012
Location: Costa Rica
Red Reishi mushroom (Ling Zhi) – called the “herb of longevity” by the ancient Chinese. Truly an amazing specimen – destroys cancer cells, cleans the liver and kidneys, tonifies the heart and lungs, oxygenates the blood, fights aging and illness! We now have Red Reishi Tonic available. It is a double strength, multiple-compound formula. Helpful for a wide range of health needs.
One of the most important natural medicines available on the planet!
Well first of all you should know that all edible and medicinal mushrooms scavenge for toxins and help rid the body of unhealthy wastes.
Reishi, in particular:
Is a liver tonic, a kidney tonic, a nerve tonic, heals the respiratory system, balances and heals the digestive organs, cleans the blood, increases oxygen absorption, boosts the immune system, relieves stress, is energizing, combats fatigue, nourishes the heart, reduces inflammation, is high in antioxidants, treats allergies, treats skin disorders, targets cancerous cells, kills diseased cells, treats hypertension, treats diabetes, balances the thyroid, is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-candida, anti-aging, and much more.
Reishi has been shown to be very effective in the treatment of HIV, AIDS, cancer, and many auto-immune disorders.
Reishi is extremely effective in the treatment of colds, flus, allergies, and other common ailments.
It is a safe natural remedy for people of all ages.
Reishi has long been prized as a tonic for longevity, stamina, and good health.
We harvest and process wild red reishi from the virgin rainforest on our property.
We use a double-method of extraction to create a multi-compound extract that is very potent and extremely high quality.
Red reishi, also known as ling zhi in Chinese medicine, is the most valued and prized variety of reishi there is. Because of deforestation, unsustainable harvest, and various other reasons, wild reishi has become a rare find.
We are now beginning the process of an ongoing cultivation project by propagating red reishi from wild specimens.