Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi)
Ganonderma extract / Reishi extract
Pure medicinal mushroom extract, standardised for polysaccharides. Polysaccharides are extracted from the chitin cover in the mushrooms using hot water. Compared with the powder, the extract has around 10 times the concentration of polysaccharides.
- Ganoderma extract organically grown – standardised to 30% polysaccharides
- Ganoderma extract conventionally grown – standardised to 30% polysaccharides
Ganoderma powder / Reishi powder
Our medicinal mushroom powders are gained from the gently dried fruiting body of the mushroom by grinding it finely. The grain size < 0.125 mm is a sign of quality.
- Ganoderma powder organically grown
- Ganoderma powder conventionally grown
Ganoderma / Reishi capsules
- Extract capsules in organic quality
- Extract caspules in conventional quality
- Powder capsules in organic quality
- Powder capsules in conventional quality
All Reishi raw materials are tested for 250 parameters and aromatic hydrocarbons. The corresponding lab analyses and certificates are supplied to you with every batch.
Specifications as download:Specification Reishi extract 30% (conventional)
Specification Reishi extract 40% (conventional)
Specification Reishi extract 30% (organic)
Specification Ganoderma Reishi powder (conventional)
Specification Ganoderma powder (organic)
Specification Reishi extract capsules (organic)
Specification Reishi powder capsules (organic)
Worshipping this mushroom is a long-standing tradition on the Asian continent, and its translation to "mushroom of immortality" or "mushroom of a long life" vividly signifies its importance. But Asia is not the only region where Reishi is a mainstay. Europe has valued this very peculiar-looking medical mushroom for decades as well.
Reishi is at home all over the world. As a typical tree mushroom, it prefers growing on deciduous trees. It is generally grown on logs or pressed sawdust. Our high-quality Reishi extract is produced only from fruiting bodies that are grown on whole tree trunks buried in the ground.
Reishi is rich in polysaccharides and triterpenes, which also make it a promising medical mushroom.