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    Product Description

    Adaptogenic. Grounding. Revitalizing.

    The benefits of Reishi (Ling-zhi) have been studied in China for over 2000 years. The "Mushroom of Spiritual Potency is traditionally used to promote longevity and vitality.

    Source of fungal polysaccharides with immunomodulating properties. Used in herbal medicine to support the immune system, and as an adaptogen to help increase energy and resistance to stress (in case of mental and physical fatigue related to stress).


    Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) 
    Fruiting Body Only
    Hot Water/Alcohol Extraction ratio: 12:1
    Polysaccharides >30%
    Triterpene >2%

    Grown on aged Duanwood logs, in the Nine Dragon Mountains where Reishi is natively found. This traditional growing method produces the widest variety of active compounds.

    USE:  ¼ tsp (1g) 1-4 times per day.

    To avoid stomach upset, take with food/meal.
    Can be added to a hot beverage, smoothie, or oatmeal. Can also be used in soups, stocks and salad dressings.

    Cautions and Warnings
    If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health care practitioner.

    Known Adverse Reactions
    Hypersensitivity/allergy can occur; in which case, discontinue use.

    To effectively control moisture within the package the use of a desiccant is recommended. It is included in the finished good and should be kept with the product while stored, tightly closed when the product is not in use.

    END OF LIFE:  Wash and separate glass jar and lid for recycling or save and repurpose. Refills will be made available in store in the future.

    Ethically crafted in Canada.


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