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The longevity of Reishi Mycelium
FACT: In Chinese, the name lingzhi represents a combination of spiritual potency and essence of immortality, and is regarded as the “herb of spiritual potency,” symbolizing success, well-being, divine power, and longevity
Reishi mycelium provides longevity. Ganoderma lucidum has also become popular because of its promising properties that might extend life span while increasing vigor and vitality. Ganoderma lucidum has been reported to have a number of pharmacological effect including immunomodulating, antiartherosclerotic, anti-inflammation, analgesic, chemopreventive, anti-tumor, radioprotective, sleep promoting, antibacterial, antiviral (including anti-HIV), hypolipidemic, anti-fibrotic, hepatoprotective, diabetic, antioxidative and radical-scavenging, antiaging, hypo-glycemic and anti-ulcer properties. [1-3] Yes, we know… Sounds too good to be true however they don’t call it the herb of spiritual potency for nothing!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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How to use
- Shake Vigorously!
- Take protective film off cap “a key works best” #science!
- Grasp cap and twist “only the strongest get it the first time”
- Now harness the power of the gods. Drink as much as you want!
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place
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