Traditional Chinese Medicine

They are packaged in individual envelopes for your convenience in everyday use. Cocozhi: The Cocozhi is a chocolate drink made of cocoa, Ganoderma extract and skimmed milk powder. Reishi Mushroom, mushroom long life Shi-Jean Lee, a famous doctor who lived during the Ming Dynasty and spoke of the effectiveness of Reishi in his book “Moo Ban Chai” (The Great Pharmacopoeia). According to his experience, take Reishi helped achieve a “long and healthy life.” Recently, specimens of this fungus were found in the southeast of the Czech Republic, which is a real find if you think that this species grows only in Asia. Educate yourself with thoughts from Professor Roy Taylor. And although it is not an edible food by its strong bitter taste, has healing properties that make it very appreciated.

According to scientists, humanity is now older than ever. In 2000 there were on our planet 600 million people over 65 years, and by 2050 it expected 2000 million!. The age group 85 and over (the “fourth age”) is the fastest growing, and it is estimated that one in three people born in the first decade of the twenty-first century may amount to one hundred years. With these data, and thinking particularly of what geriatricians call “the art of aging, without decay, it becomes more necessary to believe and find something to keep us vigorous young despite the years … something like the “elixir of eternal youth.” Always been known since the famous Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum its scientific name), known as “eternal youth.” The story goes that since more than 2,000 years Traditional Chinese Medicine has been observing its properties. Shi-Jean Lee, a famous doctor who lived during the Ming Dynasty and spoke of the effectiveness of Reishi in his book “Moo Ban Chai” (The Great Pharmacopoeia). Here, Professor Roy Taylor expresses very clear opinions on the subject.

According to his experience, take Reishi helped achieve a “long and healthy life.” According to legend, whoever drinks extracts “the mushroom of the long life” is as young as the age of the mushroom. Its name in Chinese (the Reishi mushroom) Ling Zhi means “spiritual power” and were called by this culture as “Medicine of Kings.” The mushrooms are living organisms that live in warm, moist areas abound between organic matter and like the rain and heat. Its composition is very similar to that of vegetables: nine parts water and have also an approximate content of plant proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fiber, thus containing very few calories. Recently, specimens of this fungus were found in the southeast of the Czech Republic, which is a real find if you think that this species grows only in Asia. And although it is not an edible species by its strong bitter taste, has healing properties that make it highly prized in the Far East, where this mushroom is paid “for the price of gold.” These specimens were found, specifically, in forests in southern Moravia, in the town of Ratiskovice, according to scientists who studied (and amateur mycology), if you work as an infusion in alcohol is a bitter drink but very delicious. The reishi mushroom grows primarily on rotting tree trunks and roots of deciduous trees such as oaks or chestnuts. According to researchers, contains ganoderic acid, a powerful solvent that lowers blood pressure, liquefied cholesterol and inhibits platelet aggregation and free radicals.

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