Reishi mushroom is known as Ganoderma lucidum / Lingzhi. As an adaptogen, this mushroom has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 4,000 years for treating fatigue, asthma, cough, and liver ailments, and to promote longevity. Modern scientific proves that Reishi contains several kinds of activity components (Such as Beta (1-3),(1-6)-glucans, Polysaccharides, Triterpenoids) which can increase natural killer cells, which are white blood cells that fight infection and disease. Reishi promotes healthy gut bacteria, has a calming effect, and can even support weight loss goals.
√. Di Tao Origin - Our Reishi mushroom is sourced from the most Di Dao region - Huoshan county in China. This magic region was recorded in one of the earliest TCM classics- the material by Shen Nong ben Cao Jing, the father of Chinese medicine.
√. Organic Certified - Our Reishi mushroom extract is USDA & EU organic certified.
√. 100% Fruit Bodies - Unlike most mushroom products in the market that use mycelium, our Reishi extract comes from the fruiting bodies of Reishi to ensure a 100% real mushroom with no grains, no additives, and no fillers.
√. Duanwood Reishi - Our Reishi mushroom is grown on Duanwood logs in our organic mushroom farms, where Reishi grows naturally similar to the growth medium in wild.
√. 100% Water-soluble - Our Reishi extract powder is 100% water-soluble, it is different from other products on the market. Water-soluble beta-glucan is more easily absorbed by the body.
BENEFITS OF REISHI
√. Aids with sleep
√. Helps with allergies
REISHI EXTRACT USES
Our mushroom extracts are commonly used as nutraceuticals, dietary and nutritional supplements. They are also used as a component ingredient of nutritional supplements and vitamins. Mushroom extracts are also used in many food products including but not limited to meal replacement and energy bars, snack bars, fruit, and vegetable-based drinks, milk and creamer-based beverages, sauces and seasonings, chocolates, teas, and coffee and coffee substitutes.
Since 2000, Qinshantang has focused on the development and manufacture of medicinal mushroom extracts and Traditional Chinese Medicine for the health and wellness industry. Our unique extraction technique and the supply chain of herbal cultivation have been perfected over 20 years which is your guarantee of a safe, certain, and highly effective product. We mostly care about the effectiveness and quality of our products. We believe that this is very important for your brand's initial word-of-mouth accumulation. This is the core competitiveness of our brand which is different from other suppliers.
And if you are wondering how we are able to produce such high-quality products in China, please read more about the extensive quality control measures we take.
Specifications Of The Mushroom Extract We Have:
Beta-glucan levels: 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% (Extracted from fruiting bodies)
Polysaccharides levels: 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50% (Extracted from fruiting bodies)
Each level specification represents one kind of product.
The contents of β-glucans are determined by the Megazyme method.
The contents of Polysaccharides are UV spectrophotometric method.
Why Do We Recommend You Choose Beta-glucan For Your Supplements?
Mushrooms have been valued for their health benefits and medicinal effects for centuries. One of the special components found from mushrooms is beta-glucan, which is predominantly composed in the fungal cell wall and is mostly composed of beta-D-glucose. In many researches, beta-glucan effectively stimulates the host immune response to defend against bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infections. Moreover, it is known as biological response modifier since it primarily achieves its disease protective activity through modulating the host immune system. The stimulation of beta-glucan to macrophages, neutrophils, and natural killer (NK) cells is proved by binding to the receptor (dectin-1) of these cells and modulates the systems. In clinical applications, beta-glucan is usually used as an adjuvant to enhance the effectiveness of the medicine.
A common trend you see in the medicinal mushroom industry are various brands claiming that their medicinal mushrooms products contain high amounts of polysaccharides. This looks and sounds great on paper but this can be very misleading considering that polysaccharides can also come from starches. What we’ve discovered is that the polysaccharides in many so-called mushroom products are made up of alpha-glucans and not beta-glucans.
Mushrooms (or basidiomycetes) contain many different forms of polysaccharides but the most important compounds are identified as the beta-D-glucans. Beta-glucans come in various forms. The main one has what is known as 1-3,1-6 branching, or (1-3)(1-6) beta-D-glucans. This refers to the structural characteristics with particular designations (1-3) describing the linking pattern in the long chain molecule. (1-3)(1-6) beta-D-glucans are specific to fungi and yeast.
Oats and grains also contain beta-glucans but they have a different branching structure, which is (1-4)-beta-glucans.
The term beta-glucan refers to the beta-linked glucose molecules that form the typical fungal polysaccharide. The important difference when comparing the various sources of polysaccharides is that beta-glucans (and cellulose) are beta-linked while other forms such as starch are alpha-linked, otherwise known as alpha-glucans (α-Glucans).
So, a medicinal mushroom product should quantify the beta-glucans so you know the important medicinal compounds that much of the research is based around are present. This will help you in making an honest decision when selecting the right mushroom product.
At QinShanTang, we use the Megazyme method to measure beta-glucans and starch on all our products to show the potency and to confirm that they contain no fillers or grains.
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