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Best time to take reishi

Reishi mushrooms are beloved in the world of functional mushrooms and holistic health. 

Revered for centuries for its profound potentials in the human body and human spirit,

The best time to take reishi is in the evening—after dinner, but close enough to bedtime that you know those holy compounds are journeying through your circulatory system as you’re transitioning to a horizontal state. 




Of course, timing and dosage depend on the person and what goals you have in mind. 

Reishi also supports your immune system and circulatory system, so taking the mushroom before traveling, in the morning on a winter day, before entering a populated area, etc, is just as valid. 



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