- Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.)
- Helps to strengthen the immune system
- Product of China
Reishi mushrooms have a reputation that is legendary, and are said to enhance health, promote longevity and increase wisdom and happiness. These mushrooms are very rare. From a group of 10,000 aged trees, only two or three can grow Reishi mushrooms. These mushrooms are known as the "King of Herbs" in Chinese medicine.
Reishi Tea - Break down the dried reishi mushroom in smaller pieces which are better for hot water extraction. Use about 4 - 5 cups of water for every 3 - 5 grams of reishi. Bring the water to a boil in a stainless steel or ceramic pot. Don't use aluminum. Add the broken down mushroom pieces and Reduce the heat until the mixture is simmering, not boiling. Let it simmer for 2 hours. Remove from the heat, strain, and set aside. Let the liquid cool for a little and it will be ready to drink.
How to Store - It is very important that dried mushrooms are stored properly to insure long term and maximum freshness. Place the mushrooms into either a plastic or glass container with a tight fitting lid. Our first recommendation, though, is freezing or storing in a refrigerator or freezer. Place the dried mushrooms in a clean, tight sealing freezer bag. The reason for maximum cold storage is because heat and moisture are the greatest enemies. The mushrooms should keep well for six months to a year.
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.
There were eight mushrooms in the bag. Worth the price, after all! Also whole black reishi are not that easy to find. The others I found were out of stock.
I ordered this Black Reishi I had low expectations of the product but it surpassed my expectations. Great product and wonderful delivery!
This was a fast shipment. I opened the sealed pack, a good slight earthy chocolatey smell. Black Reishi smooth not as bitter like Red Reishi. This product is mis-labeled as Ganoderma lucidum instead of Ganoderma sinense.