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Ganoderma lucidum and Ganoderma tsugae | Types Of Ganoderma Mushroom | Ganoderma Classification

Ganoderma lucidum and Ganoderma tsugae | Types Of Ganoderma Mushroom | Ganoderma Classification

Ganoderma lucidum and Ganoderma tsugae

  • G. lucidum and related species have the longest historical usage for medicinal purposes, dating back at least four millennia (Zhao and Zeuny, 1994). 
  • In Japan it is called Reishi or Mannetake (10,000 year mushroom) and in China and Korea it is variously called Ling Chu, Ling Chih and Ling Zhi (Mushroom of Immortality). 
  • It is the mushroom most depicted in ancient Japanese, Korean and Chinese Art and has been extensively depicted in Chinese royal tapestries. 
  • Reishi is also widely used in the Orient as a talisman to protect a person or home against evil. The fungus grows in many parts of the world and in Japan is to be found mainly on old plum trees.
  • Originally, rare and expensive it can now be artificially cultivated, which makes it more accessible and affordable.
  • The mushroom and mycelium contain steroids, lactones, alkaloids, polyssacharides and triterpenes. Pharmacologically, a number of the water-soluble polysaccharides have demonstrated antitumour and immunostimulating activities. 
  • At least 100 different alcohol-soluble triterpenes have been identified including highly oxidised lanostane-type triterpenoids such as ganoderic, ganoderenic, lucidenic, and ganolucidic acids. 
  • These triterpenoids have been shown to possess adaptogenic and antihypertensive as well as anti-allergic properties.

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