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  • 10:1 extract
  • It supports immunity*
  • It supports the functions of the circulatory system*
  • Perfect when added to cocoa or tea
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians

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Reishi - (Ganoderma Lucidum)

Reishi, also known as Ling zhi, is one of the most important mushrooms used for centuries in the Far East. Valued for its pro-health properties, including support for the circulatory system, lowering cholesterol levels and maintaining the body's proper immunity.*

Mushroom tonic

After a day full of challenges, Reishi is perfect as a relaxing evening tonic. It goes perfectly with hot cocoa or tea.

Reishi has a wide spectrum of components. These include vitamins, minerals, polysaccharides, including beta-D-glucans, nucleotides, triterpenes, including ganoderic acids (A-G), sterols, lactates, and glycoproteins.

Lakownica żółtawa
Ganoderma lucidum

Why is the bitter taste of an extract a sign of good quality?

The bitter taste of Reishi is associated with the presence of triterpenes - a group of aromatic compounds found in this species of mushroom.

They are formed during the growing phase of fruiting bodies in contact with the tree on which they grow. If the extract does not have a bitter taste, it means poor quality of the raw material and no triterpenes.

Why our extract?

  • 10:1 extract - concentrated form
  • Natural - no unnecessary additives and extenders
  • Double extraction - hydroalcoholic extract
  • Solubility - ground into fine pollen, thanks to which it dissolves perfectly
  • Packaging - convenient paper packaging or an elegant jar that you can take with you everywhere you want

Grzybki Reishi

How to use?

Recommended daily allowance: 500 mg (1 scoop) three times a day. The dietary supplement is best mixed with coffee, tea, cocktail, etc. Consume immediately after preparation.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose (3 scoops)

You can mix with:

  • cocoa
  • coffee
  • tea
  • a cocktail

A dietary supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating a balanced diet are essential to good health.

It is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women. Keep out of reach of small children, in a dry and cool place.


Where do the mushrooms come from?

Our mushrooms come from farms located in the mountainous regions of the Chinese province of Fujian, where mushrooms have been grown using traditional methods for hundreds of years.

They are grown on natural wood, where they occur wild in nature. We use only mushroom fruiting bodies, without any additives and unnecessary fillers. All mushrooms are tested for the presence of heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and the most important microbiological parameters in order to ensure maximum food safety

What's the best way to dissolve the mushrooms?

If it is difficult to dissolve the mushrooms, we recommend adding the extract to the bottom of the cup and then gradually adding coffee / tea while stirring. You can also use a manual milk frother to dissolve the mushrooms.

Can I combine other mushrooms in one drink?

There are no contraindications for combining other species of mushrooms with each other in one coffee or tea.

What does the 10:1 extract mean?

10:1 means that from 1 kg of dry mushroom fruiting bodies, after carrying out the extraction process and drying the raw material to a powder form, we obtain 100 g of the final product. This is to concentrate the extract and facilitate the dosing of effective portions. 1 scoop (500 mg) is the equivalent of 5 g of dried fruiting bodies

What part of the mushroom was the extract prepared from?

We only use mushroom fruiting bodies. This is because you want a pure mushroom extract. When dealing with mycelium-based supplements, it may turn out that even 60-70% of such an extract will be starch instead of a mushroom, without the health-promoting effects attributed to mushrooms. This is due to the inability to separate the mycelium from the medium on which it grew. After colonization by the fungus of the medium, the whole is ground and subjected to extraction processes. It is a cheap and quick way to grow mushrooms without bringing them to the fruiting stage.

How many polysaccharides does the extract contain?

Our mushroom extracts do not have standardization for a specific amount of polysaccharides, because it is not a determinant of the quality of the extract.

Mushroom-based products contain many types of polysaccharides (polysaccharides) such as chitin, alpha glucans or beta glucans.

Alpha glucans are compounds that do not have properties attributed to fungi. Usually derived from the starch medium on which the fungus grows. We deal with them in the case of products based on mycelium (mycelium) or mushroom biomass, which is a mixture of mycelium and fruiting bodies.

Active substances are also polysaccharides, while those of a different configuration - these are Beta-D-glucans 1-3 and 1-6. They are found in the fruiting bodies of mushrooms

What does the mushroom extraction process look like?

Dry mushroom fruiting bodies are ground into fine dust and then extracted with hot water and alcohol.

Water dissolves the fungal cell walls made of chitin and extracts compounds such as beta glucans (biologically active polysaccharides in mushrooms). Since we do not have an enzyme that would be able to digest chitin effectively, hot water extraction is the basis for the bioavailability of mushroom preparations. Alcohol, on the other hand, allows to extract water-insoluble compounds, such as triterpenes.

After concentrating the extract, a spray drying process follows, leaving the final dry extract. Spray drying is the optimal process of dewatering wet extracts - minimizing the loss of nutrients.

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