Howto Grow Reishi Mushrooms + Reishi Tea


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Reishi truly is the mushroom of immortality!
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Reishi Mushroom Health Benefits
Common Names:
Basidiomycetes Mushroom, Champignon Basidiomycète, Champignon d’Immortalité, Champignon Reishi, Champignons Reishi, Ganoderma, Ganoderma lucidum, Hongo Reishi, Ling Chih, Ling Zhi, Mannentake, Mushroom, Mushroom of Immortality, Mushroom of Spiritual Potency, Red Reishi, Reishi, Reishi Antler Mushroom, Reishi Rouge, Rei-Shi, Spirit Plant.

Link to How to Grow Reishi Mushrooms kit: (Coming SOON)

Reishi mushroom is a fungus that some people describe as “tough” and “woody” with a bitter taste. The fruiting body (above-ground part) and mycelium (filaments connecting a group of mushrooms) are used as medicine.

Reishi mushroom is used for boosting the immune system; viral infections such as the flu (influenza), swine flu, and avian flu; lung conditions including asthma and bronchitis; heart disease and contributing conditions such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol; kidney disease; cancer; and liver disease. It is also used for HIV/AIDS, altitude sickness, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), trouble sleeping (insomnia), stomach ulcers, poisoning, and herpes pain. Other uses include reducing stress and preventing fatigue.

In combination with other herbs, reishi mushroom is used to treat prostate cancer.

How does it work?
Reishi mushroom contains chemicals that seem to have a variety of potentially beneficial effects, including activity against tumors (cancer) and beneficial effects on the immune system.

Insufficient Evidence for:
Herpes-related pain. Some people report that hot water extracts of reishi mushroom decreases pain when conventional treatment doesn’t work.
Boosting the immune system.High blood pressure.High cholesterol.Viral infections.Tumors.Prostate cancer.Heart disease.Asthma and bronchitis.Stress.Kidney disorders.Liver disease.HIV disease.Altitude sickness.Fatigue.Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).Trouble sleeping (insomnia).Stomach ulcers.Poisoning.Shingles.Other conditions.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of reishi mushroom for these uses.

Moderate Interaction Be cautious with this combination
Medications. Read more here

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25 Replies to “Howto Grow Reishi Mushrooms + Reishi Tea”

  1. Thank you for creating this video! I was browsing YouTube and came across your video and realized quickly that this was one of our Reishi Kits! You obviously did a great job caring for and growing the reishi.  Thank you for your diligence and appreciation for this amazing medicine. Jimm Stack  – 100th Monkey Mushrooms

  2. i just saw instructions from a company selling spawn plugs, they said if you leave the plugs too long they might grow mushrooms and to pinch off the mushrooms and plug the plugs into logs.

  3. be easier to put the kit down in the big bag and mist and close the bag instead of taking bag off and on every time.use sticks to keep bag from touching the mushroom.

  4. we just realized that what grows in abundance here in Alabama is the tsugua. i think that is the correct spelling. it's a slightly different one but they love this tropical weather!

  5. I'm interested in growing red reishi mushroom on a large scale. What kind of substrate are you using, rice flour and vermiculite? do you need a casing layer?

    If I remember correctly, they are a saprotrophic. They grow on plum trees, but I've found very little on modern cultivation methods.

    if you know of any books that I could read it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  6. Please use a ceramic lined pot or a glass pot when making tea. Reishi will draw the cadmium from the stainless steel. Very bad.

  7. it actually doesnt need any sunlight at all, its a fungus, not a plant, it isnt capable of photosynthesis, it lives off of digesting its substrate.

  8. mycelium from the mashroom is 10 times stronger them mushroom itself. then if for medicinal use is better to use white part of the brick.

  9. So i found the Reishi growing on my property, can i pick them and use the natural spores/mycelium or whatever to reproduce? i can only find info about using grow kits, nothing about reproducing them from naturally grown ones. any type of tips or information on this is appreciated

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