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Shell-Broken Ganoderma Lucidum Spore Powder capsule


3 bottles = 3 months treatment


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


Zhongke spore Capsule Broken - Shell  is highly effective. Polysaccharide (the active component) amount in Reishi Spore  is 70 times more than the Regular Capsule of Red Reishi.

Ultra-low temperature CO2 Extraction for breaking the Shell wall. This is Patented Revolutionary technique in achieving 99% sporoderm-broken rate, and 100% breakage of walls. Study shows that the absorption rate of unbroken Ganoderma lucidum spore powder is only 10%-20%, while that of Broken spore powder reaches up to 90%.


Real Facts & Benefits:

If you are suffering from the discomforts caused by poor immune system or caused by chronic diseases, Zhongke Ganoderma Lucidum Shell-Broken Spore capsule is considered the best Ganoderma (Reishi) Pure Spore product of choice as noted by Chinese Academy of Sciences and the leading Chinese official health organization (SFDA). 

How Zhongke Shell - broken capsules might help:

  • May help boosts immune system
  • May support respiratory system 
  • May reduces the side effects of the conventional treatments and stimulates the joint benefits of other prescribed medications.
  • May help calming the effects of Allergies
  • May efficiently help lowering cholesterol in the blood and the amount of fat in the body.
  • May help to lower blood pressures and  help blood circulation
  • May help improving the skin tone & soothing skin texture
  • May help support pancreas functions.
  • May help liver functions

A mindful note:

  • Always check the origin of the therapeutic mushrooms. Fungi are catalysts of toxins and fungicides.Therefor the forest mushrooms or mushrooms that grow spontaneously in the area cannot be used as therapies because they are already loaded with toxins from the bottom where they grow. 

  • People who underwent heart bypass surgery, and people who received organ transplants, should not take any Ganoderma Lucidum ( Reishi ) products unless you get your doctor’s permission.

  • People with bleeding disorders or who take anticoagulants may need to avoid Reishi. Taking them together may increase the risk of bleeding or easy bruising.
  • Pregnant or lactating women should consult a doctor before using this product.
  • Keep out of reach of children. 

Please 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 your doctor’s prescription medicine.

GTIN : 6921076000630

  • 100 % made from the natural spore (seed) from the Ganoderma Lucidum plant.
  • The seed is released only during a 10-day period for the entire growth cycle.
  • This little known fact was kept a secret in ancient China; as if it were blown away by the wind, never be found again.
  • Only in recent times has this spore become available and these unique benefits made public by Chinese scientists while doing farm-cultivation of the Ganoderma mushroom.
  • About 1000 grams of the mature Ganoderma sporophore produce just a few grams of spores.
  • It is considered the essence of Ganoderma Lucidum (Reishi, Lingzhi).
  • The shell of the spore cell is very hard, like a coconut shell, and is not easily digested by the human body.
  • A satisfactory method to break down the spore shell is “Modern Physical Sporoderm-Broken Shell Technology”, which was discovered by Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing Branch.
  • It results in enriched Polysaccharides, Triterpene, polypeptide, glycopeptides, adenosine, enzyme, alkaloid, and other multiple active elements, etc.
  • This may have remarkable impact on many physical discomforts related to poor immune systems according to scientists at Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  • Approved by China SFDA, as a dietary supplement to balance immunity.
  • Used in China for many kinds of discomforts caused by different types of poor immunity and chronic ailments.
  • Specifications: 0.15 g / 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 capsules per time, 4-5 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.


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