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Are Ganoderma mushrooms edible?

Reishi mushrooms are one of the easiest mushrooms to identify, and a great place to start for beginning mushroom foragers.  They have no poisonous look-alikes, so they’re relatively safe as well.  Though reishi is generally too tough to eat, their medicinal properties have been well documented. Biobritte supply Ganoderma mushrooms. You can buy all types of mushroom products from the Biobritte cart. There are a number of different reishi species, and each grows in a different region around the world.  For the most part, their medicinal properties are the same and there is some argument that they’re actually the same species occupying different habitat niches.

In a class of medicines known as Adaptogens, reishi mushrooms help you to adapt to cope with physical and mental stresses.  It’s best taken daily over an extended period, as it often takes a few weeks for reishi to build up in your system to have a positive impact. They’re known to be analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, anti-allergic, and anti-tumor.  Reishi mushrooms have also been shown to reduce blood pressure, blood cholesterol, blood sugar and reduce platelet aggregation that results in blood clots.  Its effects on blood sugar were significant enough that it has been successfully used in the treatment of diabetes. The antioxidant activity of compounds found in reishi mushrooms seem to target free radicals responsible for aging, and reishi helped reverse the effects of aging in lab mice.  Reishi works to protect and strengthen the liver and has been successfully used for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B.  

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