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Our HQ Lingzhi Capsule Consists Of...?

Lingzhi is a important plant traditionally used in the medical systems of China, Japan, and Korea. They’ve also become one of the most popular, best selling supplemental mushrooms in the world—for good reason. Lingzhi Cracked Spores have compounds that may provide health benefits, including beta-glucan, a type of dietary soluble fiber. The purported health benefits of Lingzhi Cracked Spores include increasing immune response, fighting inflammation, and improving blood glucose.   Each capsule of HQ Lingzhi Cracked Spores supplement contains, Lingzhi (Ganoderma Lucidum) Cracked Spores Powder 350mg, Concentrate Lingzhi Extract 100mg, Vitamin B Complex 50mg. We are also a Singapore brand with GMP standards certified by HSA and also halal-certified. Consume 2 capsules daily before meal for the best results! Buy...

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Lingzhi Cracked Spores, From Farm to Table.

At HQ, We ensure that our lingzhi cracked spores is 100% free from heavy metals. We utilize the best practices in organic herb growth, elevating Perionyx Excavatus to Perionyx Excavatus Vermicard (which is the world's best organic fertiliser). Sourced from Japan, our farm uses only Reishi mushrooms of Japan. Using our own formulation, we mix rice bran and corn bran to produce "organic Lingzhi embryo bags". For 250 days of culture in our irrigation process, we use purified water - as tested and verified by the Pasteur Institude.   For only 10 days a year, Lingzhi releases fine powdery seeds. When the mushrooms fully mature into fruiting or spore producing fruiting bodies, we harvest the cracked spores, which are more...

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Lingzhi Major Bioactive Components

Polysaccharides, peptidoglycans, and triterpenes are three major physiologically active constituents in Lingzhi cracked spores. Various polysaccharides have been extracted from the fruit body, spores, and mycelia of lingzhi; they are produced by fungal mycelia cultured in fermenters and can differ in their sugar and peptide compositions and molecular weight (e.g., ganoderans A, B, and C). G. lucidum polysaccharides (GL-PSs) are reported to exhibit a broad range of bioactivities, including anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, antiulcer, antitumorigenic, and immunostimulating effects. Various bioactive peptidoglycans have also been isolated from Lingzhi, including Ganoderma lucidum proteoglycan (GLPG; with antiviral activity; Li, Liu and Zhao 2005), Ganoderma lucidum immunomodulating substance (GLIS; Ji et al. 2007), PGY (a water-soluble glycopeptide fractionated and purified from aqueous extracts of Ganoderma lucidum...

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History Of Lingzhi - 2000 Years Old Heritage

Lingzhi has been recognized as a medicinal mushroom for over 2000 years, and its powerful effects have been documented in ancient scripts. The proliferation of Ganoderma lucidum images in art began in 1400 AD, and they are associated with Taoism . However, Lingzhi images extended beyond religion and appeared in paintings, carvings, furniture, and even women’s accessories. The first book wholly devoted to the description of herbs and their medicinal value was Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing, written in the Eastern Han dynasty of China (25-220 AD). This book is also known as “Classic of the Materia Medica” or “Shen-nong’s Herbal Classics.” It describes botanical, zoological, and mineral substances, and was composed in the second century under the pseudonym of...

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What Is Reishi Or Ganoderma Lucidum?

Reishi is a type of mushroom used to promote health and longevity in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. Also known as the lingzhi mushroom, reishi had a red, kidney-shaped cap and finger-like spores on its underside rather than gills. The species of reishi most commonly used for supplements is Ganoderma lucidum. At HQ, we harvest the best quality Lingzhi cracked spores from  Ganoderma lucidum through our very own farm.   Many of the purported benefits of Lingzhi cracked spores are attributed to a group of compounds called ganoderic acids, which have a similar structure to steroid hormones. Lingzhi cracked spores is also rich in beta-glucans (which can help improve cholesterol and glucose levels).   Reference: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jnme/2012/851362/   Because of...

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