Reishi Scientific Articles

reishi-mushroom-2The Reishi Mushroom is one of the most studied natural medicinal compounds in the world with thousands of peer reviewed scientific studies showing the potency and effectiveness of Reishi against a myriad of ailments. Most of the clinical research concerning Reishi’s healing potential utilizes extracts of Reishi Spores and Triterpenes isolated from Reishi Spores. Living Nutritionals offers the only pure undiluted Reishi Spore Oil and pure Triterpene Crystals available.   Here is a compilation of just a few of the published studies of this incredible immune boosting natural remedy.

 

 

 

  • A polysaccharide isolated from Reishi found to stimulate the immune system and induce anti-tumor activity against lung cancer cells (Read study)
  • Spores from Reishi found to strengthen human immune system (Read study)
    Reishi spore extracts and mycelium benefit human immune cells and may be beneficial adjuvants to cancer immunotherapy (Read study)
    Reishi spores contain compounds with possible anti-aging effects (Read study)
  • Reishi spores could help protect epiddymal cells that would otherwise be damaged in a diabetic condition (Read study)
  • Reishi spores can protect the testes of diabetic rats from damage associated with the diabetic condition (Read study)
  • Reishi spores can protect the testis of diabetic rats by reducing free radical-induced damage to the testicular tissue (Read study)
  • Reishi spores may protect the hippocampus in the brain, this may provide useful information for future research on the pathogenesis and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease (Read study)
  • Reishi spores have protective effect on the liver of mice against cadmium induced toxicity (Read study)
  • Anti-aging effects of ergosterols isolated from the spores of Reishi (Read study)
    Reishi Triterpene Extract found to inhibit breast cancer cell proliferation (Read study)
  • A solution of mainly Reishi Triterpenes halts the ability of breast cancer cells to proliferate by damaging the cancer cells’ DNA (Read study)
  • Study suggests that Reishi Triterpenes may be a potential agent for treatment of breast cancer due to its ability to disrupt cancer growth. (Read study)
  • Isolated Reishi Triterpenoids found to attack cervical cancer (Read study)
    Triterpenoids and other compounds isolated from Reishi attack several different cancer cell lines(Read study)
  • Several Triterpenoids and other compounds isolated from Reishi found to attack several different tumor cells (Read study)
  • Triterpenoids extracted from Reishi discovered to inhibit the growth and spread of liver cancer cells (Read study)
  • Triterpenoids isolated from Reishi shown to have protective and growth stimulating effects on healthy brain cells (Read study)
  • Reishi spores had remarkable antitumor effects and significantly inhibit three different tumors (Read study)
    A Polysaccharide isolated from Reishi displays antitumor activity against sarcoma and lung cancer in mice (Read study)
    Reishi spores inhibit tumor cell proliferation growth and high doses of reishi spores can also kill cancer cells (Read study)
  • Reishi spores display anti-tumor activity against Lewis lung cancer in mice and may be a promising adjuvant remedy for anti-tumor therapies. (Read study)
  • Reishi spores may possess potential anti-tumor and anti-angiogenic activities. (Read study)
  • Reishi has demonstrated strong activity against breast and prostate cancer cells (Read study)
  • Triterpenes from the spores of Reishi attack 2 types of tumor cells (Read study)
    Long Chain fatty acids in Reishi may possess anti-tumor activity (Read study)
    Reishi spores can inhibit proliferation of lymphoma cells and induce the lymphoma cancer cell death (Read study)
  • Reishi mycelium and Reishi spores showed strengthening effects on the immune system and maybe be useful as a natural adjuvant to immunotherapy cancer treatments (Read study)
  • A polysaccharide isolated from Reishi shows anti-tumor activity against sarcoma and lung cancer (Read study)
  • Ganoderma lucidum has demonstrated strong activity against breast and prostate cancer cells (Read study)
  • Reishi spores contain lipids that attack cancer cells (Read study)

 

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