Reishi benefits : Anti-cancer effects•
Posted on January 26 2022
In China, Rrigorous experiments made by the section director Professor Zhong Yuemao from the institute of fundamental research in the cancer chemical medical center and institute of cancer research are contributing to a better recognition of the Ganoderma Lucidum by the scientific community, even if Reishi are consisdered as first rate medicine for more than 2000 years.
The immune-boosting action works wonders in the prevention and treatment of cancer, as the T-cells are then able to fight cancer cells more effectively. However, Reishi may help the body defeat cancer in not just one, but four ways. In addition to boosting the immune system, the glucan in Reishi helps immune cells bind to tumor cells. Many experts believe that it a/so actually reduces the number of cancerous cells, making it easier for T-cells and macrophages to rid the body of them. Another substance in Reishi, called canthaxanthin, slows down the growth of tumors, according to "Prescription for Dietary Wellness" author Phyllis A. Balch and other experts. As a result of these amazing anti-cancer abilities, laboratory research and traditional medicinal usage of Reishi to fight cancer is so positive that the Japanese government officially recognizes it as a cancer treatment.
The result of his experiment are as follow:
Regardless of the quantity administrated, there 1s no toxicity
In some case where anti-cancer agents have no effect on cancer. The oral administration of Ganoderma lucidum improved the general condition of the subject.
It' s main effect is to reinforce the immune system
Although it has no strong effect on the cancer cells in the subject, direct effects on those cells had been observed.
After Dr. Zhong Japanese cane reports on the Lucidum .
Yue's representation, the federation of society and other institutions also made reports on the good anti-cancer effects of Ganoderma lucidum.
The following you will see testimonials from customers who have taken Reishi.
Dear Mr. Okita, I have written my current thoughts on Reishi. I hope it will be useful.
(65-year-old woman, diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, treated in 2011)
The word "Ganoderma Lucidum" brings to mind the image of a fantastic mushroom that was favored by Yang Guifei during the Tang Dynasty in China. In fact, the Chinese believe that the occurrence of Reishi is a sign of good fortune as it brings happiness, and it is also said to be a mushroom with "spiritual powers". In Japan as well, it is mentioned in the "Nihon Shoki" (Chronicles of Japan), which was compiled about 1,300 years ago, as "Shibakusa".
Six years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and had my right breast removed because it was in the second stage of the five stages. After that, I went through the usual eight rounds of intense anti-cancer medication, and after I left the hospital, I was put on several kinds of medication every day, had monthly blood tests, and had tests every six months and every year.
When I was on the board of the neighborhood association, I was in charge of the group health checkup, and while I was leading the people who wanted to go, I put my name in the box for "breast cancer checkup," which I had never had before, without thinking. And to my surprise, I was the only one who was found to have cancer. The scary thing about cancer is that there are no subjective symptoms until it reaches a certain stage.
While I was suffering from the side effects of the anti-cancer drugs I have already mentioned, I received a phone call from Mr. Okita, a former business partner of mine, who asked me to translate his book into English. I told them about my illness, and they immediately sent me some Ganoderma lucidum tea and drink. That was my first encounter with Ganoderma lucidum, which changed my life.
I immediately brewed a cup of Reishi tea in a clay pot and drank it that night. When I woke up the next morning, I felt much lighter and my body, which usually has trouble waking up from sleep, was filled with energy and I had the strength to do the housework that had been piling up. I thought that a "turnaround reaction" was usually a kind of rejection reaction that occurs when a new foreign substance enters the body, while the body's instinct to protect itself scrutinizes the foreign substance, but my first experience with Reishi started with an unexpected turnaround reaction.
However, my first experience with Reishi began with an unexpected positive reaction, and as I continued to take Reishi, I realized that, unlike chemicals, Reishi is a plant, and it is natural for it to have a positive reaction or negative reaction depending on the individual's physical condition and illness, and if it does, whether it is strong or weak.
My first dramatic reaction is probably a minority case, but I think it's more important to keep taking it to experience the gentle improvement of your overall condition, such as prevention of diseases, anti-cancer effects, blood sugar lowering, blood pressure regulation, etc., by enhancing your body's immunity. It goes without saying that self-management is essential so that you can have as much time as possible.