Quick, what Chinese herb does it live in? This is the reishi, or Ling Zhi as it’s known in Chinese herbal medicine nomenclature. The magic medicinal properties of the reishi mushrooms have long been recognized. How does Ling Zhi’s western and eastern traits compare? You can see soulcybin review for more information.
This fungus travels to the five Yin Yin organs in Chinese medicine. Its sweetness and warmth make it a soothing and warming medicinal. This nourishes the heart, liver, spleens, kidneys, and lungs. Reishi mushroom’s primary actions are to nourish and calm the spirit. Heart health is also affected by the reishi mushroom’s cardiovascular functions (lowering blood pressure, cholesterol).
Western research into this mushroom’s properties has shown it can have a significant effect on the T and N cells of the immune system. Patients suffering from cancer, HIV and AIDS are more likely to have these cells proliferate. Ling Zhi has been used as an immune booster by many people who feel they are getting the flu or have symptoms like a cold. One of the cardiovascular benefits is lower blood pressure. This may be due to Ling Zhi opening up blood vessels that travel to the heart and increasing blood flow. Reishi mushroom and liver are involved in cholesterol production. Therefore, reishi mushrooms may be able inhibit the production of cholesterol. This could lead to lower levels of blood cholesterol. You can see why Ling Zhi, with all its amazing properties, is considered to be the king among kings in the longevity/immune system boosting arena.