Miracle Mushrooms



Reishi mushrooms have been used in Oriental Medicine for thousands of years to regulate the immune system and restore health. They are also known to help lower  blood pressure and alleviate allergies. Taken as a nutritional supplement, they help the body’s organs to function at optimal levels and thereby help prevent disease and maintain good health. They are non-toxic and can be consumed without harmful side effects.

 

You may want to consult your doctor before taking any supplement, especially if you are taking any medications. In the marketplace, their powders are sold to make tonics, tea, or soup.

 

Here’s what they look like growing wild.

 

 

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  6. Marion says:

    Hi Djuna, does this muschroom grow on a living tree stem, or on dead wood?

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