100% natural medicinal mushrooms growing in the wild forests of northern Canada.
As Easy as Making Tea and 100% Natural!
Tired? Stressed? Allergies or Asthma giving you a hard time?
Reishi tea twice a day will help you to reduce your stress, improve your immune system and make you sleep better.
Reishi or Ganoderma Lucindum is known in Japan as “Spiritual mushroom” and in China as “Tree of life mushroom”. Of the many mushrooms used throughout history, reishi is the most admired mushroom in Asia. Having many beneficial properties (which were once folkloric but are now substantiated by science).
It has been recognized as a medicinal mushroom for over 2000 years, and its powerful effects have been documented in ancient scripts. Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing, written in the Eastern Han dynasty of China (25-220 AD).
Reishi can help you with:
- High Cholesterol
- Kidney and Liver illness
- During and after Chemotherapy treatments
- Viral infections such as Flu and Colds
- High Blood Pressure
- Stomach ulcers
- Also recommended for: Dizziness, insomnia, palpitation, shortness of breath and anxiety
Only the Red kind has medicinal properties!
Yes out of the six varieties of Reishi only the red kind has medicinal properties. Reishi is a bitter mushroom and untastefull when eaten raw. For best use it is dried then either sliced or turned into powder to make teas.
How to prepare Reishi
Use 5-10grams of Reishi per liter of water. Boil it for 30 minutes then let it steep for 30 minutes or overnight to give it more time to diffuse. Drink 2 to 3 cups a day before your meals. It is advised to drink more water during the day. It will enhance the effects of Reishi by helping the body get rid of poisonous waste.
What will Reishi do first?
The first benefit of a regular consumption of Reishi is its ability to support and modulate the immune system to an optimal level, and improve blood circulation. Reishi will be beneficial even for a healthy person. It is wise in making red Reishi a part of your daily routine for preventative health. Reishi is an adaptogen, immune modulator, and a general tonic.
What is an immune-modulating substance?
Being highly resistant to a disease because of the formation of humoral (body fluids) antibodies or the development of
immunologically competent cells, or both, or as a result of some other mechanism, as interferon activities in viral infections. (source Medical Dictionary).
Reishi is classified as a “Class 1” Herb that can be safely consumed when used appropriately (McGuffin and others 1997). No side effects were reported in the available clinical literature. Clinicians have reported occasional mild digestive upset and skin rashes in sensitive individuals. These side effects are usually of short duration." Published by the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia®.
Reishi is a natural health supplement and there are no reported counter indications in over 2,000 years of study! However, all immune-modulating substances such as Reishi should be taken with care if you are undergoing organ transplants and using immunosuppressive drugs.
For best practice it is recommended to consult a qualified health physician just to be safe when taking any natural health supplement.
Will slow down your aging process too!
Reishi may also play an important role in minimizing the effects of aging by reducing damage from oxidative stress associated with free radicals. This mushroom has a low toxicity even at relatively large doses (Chen and Miles 1996).
Reishi in the wild is hard to find and doesn’t grow in very big quantities. Therefore grown Reishi is what you will mainly find on the market today. The advantage of grown Reishi is that it grows in a controlled environment which regulates its potency. And makes it available all year long.
Start using Reishi now with these two options.
Forestia Zen’s Reliability
All the products you see or will see on this site have been thoroughly tested by Pascal L’Archeveque, Forestia Zen’s President for a minimum period of two months. We will never present you a mushroom that we haven’t used ourselves in the first place. We are your human guinea pigs!