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Old June 20th 05, 10:45 AM
joe
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Reishi mushroom or "Ling Zhi" mushroom is also known as Ganoderma lucidum.
It is the King of mushrooms and has been used by herbal practitioners in
China and Japan for thousands of years. This mushroom is mentioned in the
first Chinese herbal, dating back to 2800 BC and is classified as a superior
herb.

It can be taken everyday as an antioxidant to maintain health, increase
vitality, ease tension, and promote an overall calming effect and sense of
well-being.

Reishi contains two major groups of organic compounds:

ganodermic acids, classified as triterpenoids. Triterpenes increase oxygen
consumption, tone the liver, and reduce stress. It is responsible for the
bitter taste in Ganoderma.
polysaccharides, which are long chains of naturally-occurring sugar
molecules, which assist in strengthening the natural healing ability and
health of the body.
DXN adopts a cold treatment which can preserve active elements of Ganoderma.
The total concentration rate of the cold treatment is 20:1, which is
superlative to other methods. DXN utilizes cultivation methods based on
local Malaysian expertise. It has been conferred with GMP certification by
the Ministry of Health, Malaysia as well as ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and TGA.

Once you try it you carn't live without ask my mum 75, her energy has gone
up but mostly her backpain has gone, she takes REISHI GANO (RG) and
GANOCELIUM (GL)
authorized distributor DXN
Member ID 105011125
go to http://www.dxnusa.com


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Old June 20th 05, 03:06 PM
Philip
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"joe" wrote in message ...
Reishi mushroom or "Ling Zhi" mushroom is also known as Ganoderma lucidum.
It is the King of mushrooms and has been used by herbal practitioners in
China and Japan for thousands of years. This mushroom is mentioned in the
first Chinese herbal, dating back to 2800 BC and is classified as a
superior herb.

It can be taken everyday as an antioxidant to maintain health, increase
vitality, ease tension, and promote an overall calming effect and sense of
well-being.

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Once you try it you carn't live without ask my mum 75, her energy has gone
up but mostly her backpain has gone, she takes REISHI GANO (RG) and
GANOCELIUM (GL)
authorized distributor DXN
Member ID 105011125



That -might- be true in humans. But where is the evidence that the same
benefits exists for cats? Where's the independent double blind study?
Hmmm? There are plenty of things in this world that are therapeutic in the
right doses to humans yet are TOXIC to dogs and/or cats.


 




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