Red Reishi Mushroom


3 bottles = 3 months treatment


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  • Immune System Booster
  • Energy Supplement
  • Liver support
  • Stress management
  • Sleeping Aid
  • Enhance Focus & Improve Memory
  • 100 capsule 

Zhongke Red Reishi (WHOLE FRUIT) capsule has quickly become one of the most famous and affordable Reishi supplement in Asia & the US. The Ancient Chinese Medicine claims Reishi is one of a few truly advanced health food that can enhance and improve human Health. It Has been used for thousands of years in Natural remedies.

Its dried powder was especially popular as a treatment agent in the Imperial Court of ancient China. Zhongke has been a pioneer in the research & studies on Ganoderma Lucidum Since 1984.
Unlike other products, this is considered the most effective supplement for value for money. This type of supplement is mainly used for general wellness and / or in combination with other products (spore oil or capsules). The properties and benefits of this supplement are the same as reported in our entire range of products, the main action always remains Strengthening the immune system. From many studies  it has been found to be very effective for joint and muscle pain, energy levels and liver detoxification. We are proud to be recognized as the number one in the world for applying CO2 extraction on Ganoderma Lucidum since 2001.
Ganoderma lucidum: "king of herbs" Another prodigious feature of this spectacular mushroom is that it can help as below:
  1. Decrease blood triglyceride and cholesterol levels,
  2. Regulate blood pressure and decrease platelet aggregation, thus reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
  3. Thanks to its ability to stimulate the immune system, Ganoderma acts as a natural antihistamine and supports the body in fighting allergies and inflammation,v iral infections such as influenza and respiratory diseases such as bronchitis and asthma. Furthermore, ganoderma is extremely effective in:
  4. Inhibiting the activity of the herpes simplex virus. Another feature of this multi-beneficial mushroom is that it has a sedative and calming action and can therefore help
  5. promote sleep and relaxation, as well as improve memory and concentration. For these reasons it is also used in the treatment of cases of chronic fatigue syndrome and insomnia.
With all these benefits, ganoderma can undoubtedly deserve the nickname "medicine of the kings". If you are experiencing discomfort caused by a weak immune system or complications caused by chronic pain, Zhongke Reishi capsule is considered to be the most affordable Ganoderma Fine Powder of choice by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and China's leading official health organization (SFDA).
The mycelium lacks that part of nutrients that is produced in the lamellae of the fruiting body and which forms the spores, that is, the whole regenerative part of the fungus. The regenerative part of Reishi in particular contains most of the anti-inflammatory substances (triterpenes). The extracts and mycelium do not contain these substances. The mycelium instead contains many enzymes and antioxidants and its use will be different from that of the whole mushroom. Furthermore, the production of the mycelium is carried out on cereals for which about 50% of the powder is made up of cereals. For this reason the dosage used for the mycelium must be higher than that foreseen for the whole mushroom and its action is relatively slower. The whole mushroom and mycelium are generally preferable to the use of extracts, but their intended use must still be different.


People who have undergone heart bypass surgery and people who have received organ transplants should not take any Ganoderma Lucidum (Reishi) products unless they have received a doctor's permission. People with bleeding disorders or taking blood thinners may need to avoid Reishi.

Taking them together can increase the risk of bleeding or bruising easily. Pregnant or lactating women should consult a physician before using this product. Keep out of reach of children.

Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This product cannot replace the medicine prescribed by your doctor.

GTIN: 6921076000647 


  • 100% is super fine powder made of Ganoderma Lucidum Lingzhi Mushroom.
  • The scientific name is Ganoderma Lucidum; also called “Reishi” in Japanese.
  • Regarded as the “Herb of the Gods” or “Imperial Herb” in ancient China.
  • It was, and is still, used as a tonic to restore internal energy “Qi”, extend life and increase a person’s youthful vigor and vitality.
  • Considered to work at five key human organs: Heart, Lungs, Liver, Pancreas and Kidney.
  • The earliest records in Chinese medical literature “Ben Cao Gang Mu” shows Lingzhi has had a wide range of effective and very positive applications.
  • Polysaccharide is considered as one of the key ingredients of Lingzhi mushroom.
  • For over a thousand years used as an alternative herb in China for relieving discomforts related to respiratory, circulatory, digestive, neural and endocrine systems etc.
  • Today, in China, it is considered as an immune booster or balancer.

Specifications: 0.12mg/ per capsule, 100 capsules / per bottle


Health maintenance: 2-3 capsules per day

Mild discomforts: 3-5 capsules per time, 2-3 times per day

Severe discomforts: 5-6 capsules per time, 3-4 times per day.

Take before meals for a better absorption.


  • Store in cool and dry area, do not expose to sunlight.
  • Check the end panel for lot number and expiration date.
  • Do not use if seal is opened.
  • Do not use if label is missing.


  1. Ganoderma Reishi Spore oil : Effects of Triterpene 42%
  2. Ganoderma lucidum: Potent Medicinal Mushroom with Numerous Health Benefits
  3.  Anti-inflammatory
  4. Ganoderma lucidum for As Treatment:
  5. The Mushroom Ganoderma Lucidum Suppresses Breast-To-Lung :
  6. Radio-protection:
  7. Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi) in treatment:
  8. Sleep and heart regulation:

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