Dried reishi mushroom or ling zhi (Ganoderma tsugae) may deeply support the health of the immune system and the liver. Long considered one of the world’s most valuable and potent tonic herbal medicines, reishi may be revitalizing, energizing, and adaptogenic, helping the body boost resilience and adapt to stressors.*
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Please note: Reishi is not an edible mushroom (except for the tiny white edge of it, only harvested fresh in the early summer, but this is rarely done), but strictly medicinal. Many people choose to use reishi in tea, decoction, infusion, or cooking water (such as cooking it in with stew or soup, but not actually consuming it). Think of it like a bay leaf but medicinal rather than for flavor - it adds dense medicinal quality to a broth, stew, or tea, and can be used and re-used several times, getting weaker each time but getting the most bang for your buck. But it can't be eaten. You'll find several reishi recipes in the photos on this page.
Dried Reishi Mushroom (Ling Zhi) Ingredients:
Consciously wildcrafted in North Carolina reishi mushroom (Ganoderma tsugae)
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Contraindications may exist. Consult expert medical advice before using during pregnancy. Keep out of the reach of children.