Reishi - Ling Zhi

€ 18,50
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100 capsules: 18,50 €

Weerstandsverhogende paddestoel met vele eigenschappen die  levensverlengend kunnen werken - al eeuwen in de Thaise, de Ayurvedische en traditionele Chinese geneeswijzen gebruikt,

Het immuunsysteem Een goed functionerend immuunsysteem is van vitaal belang voor de gezondheid in het algemeen en bij de bestrijding van kanker. Reishi bevat polysacchariden (lange suikerketens) die immunostimulerende eigenschappen hebben. De polysacchariden uit G. lucidum zorgden in studies met gekweekte cellijnen (in vitro) en diermodellen (in vivo) voor een verhoogde expressie van cytokinen en activiteit van macrofagen B- en T-lymfocyten en NK-cellen.[1] [2][3]

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http://www.iocob.nl/kanker/reishi-potentieel-bij-kanker.html

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English:

Benefits

Overall benefits include immune enhancement, resistance to disease, re-balancing metabolic functionality, and supporting longevity. Specifically, various constituents of Reishi fruit bodies and/or mycelium have the following properties/effects: anti-oxidant; anti-inflammatory and inhibit platelet aggregation; anti-tumor and immuno-stimulating; anti-ulcer; hypoglycemic; enhance protein synthesis and nucleic acid metabolism; anti-allergenic and inhibit histamine release; inhibit cholesterol synthesis; anti-hypertensive and ACE-inhibiting; cardiotonic; anti-viral and anti-bacterial; immuno-modulating; analgesic; anti-hepatotoxic; adrenocortical tonic; diuretic; laxative; sedative; tonic; expectorant and anti-tussive. 

Reishi is used in Western medicine to treat many aging-related diseases including: cancers; hyperlipidemia/elevated cholesterol and coronary heart disease; diabetes; chronic bronchitis; asthma; rhinitis; HIV-aids; hepatitis B; neurasthenia; dizziness; insomnia; anorexia; Alzheimer’s disease; leucopenia; progressive muscular dystrophy; gastric and duodenal ulcers; atrophic nyotonus; osteogenic hyperplasia and arthritis; liver failure; lupus; and conditions of suppressed or low immunity including mononucleosis as well as conditions of hyper-immunity such as some types of allergic reactions. Reishi can also be used as an antidote for poisonous mushrooms and as an ingredient in skin oils and creams for protection from UV radiation.

Reishi has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years. In TCM Reishi is referred to as a Fu Zheng herb, meaning that it helps a person to resist disease. In TCM Reishi is considered to be warming and acts to nourish, tonify, remove toxins, astringe, and disperse accumulation. It is used to treat ‘deficient’ principles of qi (in blood/fluid; kidney).  Reishi has an affinity for low qi-emitting phenomenon in the body – areas that are stagnant, not moving, or are very slow moving and where accumulation of toxins occurs. Reishi, in combination with other herbs, can help in cleansing and moving toxins. Reishi helps with yin deficiency quickly and powerfully but it is contra-indicated in extreme yang deficiency.