Ganoderma Info : About Ganoderma

About Ganoderma

Ganoderma Amboinense

Polysaccharide and Beta-D-Glucan

Ganoderma Spores

Wild Ganoderma

Cultivated Ganoderma

aposwNot only does Ganoderma help users increase their general well-being, stong evidence from medical studies suggest that Ganoderma has properties that could fight against cancerous cells, liver damage and enhancing one's immune system. Throughout history, Chinese Medicinal practices have been using Ganoderma for healing virtually all aspects of the human body.

About Ganoderma

Ganoderma is a fungus, and is the genus (type) to GHC's featured herb, Ganoderma amboinense. 150 types of Ganoderma is known to exist on earth, and more than 90 of them is originated from China. Chinese people have been known to take ganoderma for numerous types of health care applications for thousands of years.

From the oldest Chinese Materia Medica, Shennong Ben Cao Ging, Ganoderma is listed as a superior herb. Since it is very rare to find naturally occuring ganoderma and being an extremely valuable herb, it was only limited to royalties and aristocrats back then.

In modern times, the knowledge to Ganoderma's efficacy is clearer. Scientists have found more than 150 types of polymers to exist in Ganoderma. Clinical applications confirm that Ganoderma has valuable qualities in the medical field.

Modern scientific research have proven that Ganoderma can effectively eliminate free radicals; a healthy individual taking Ganoderma would experience a boost in the immune system. Ganoderma has become the modern antoxidant, and anti-aging trend.


Ganoderma have the following special features:

1. Is non-toxic, does not produce side effects.

2. Produces positive, holistic results in normalizing the body's state.

3. Pysiologically help adjust the human body's normal functions.

In a Chinese Materia Medica "Ben Cao Jiang Mu", Ganoderma is classed into 6 general types based on color, including Green Ganoderma, Red Ganoderma, Yellow Ganoderma, White Ganoderma, Black Ganoderma and Purple Ganoderma, but according to a finding by Scientist Yukio Naoi from Tokyo, Japan, Red Ganoderma can be grown into the six types of colours. When traditionally known to be "Six colors with six different uses" it is in fact "One type with six uses"


Black Ganoderma


Green Ganoderma


Purple Ganoderma


White Ganoderma


Red Ganoderma


Yellow Ganoderma


More than two hundred types of polysaccharides and active unique compounds can be extracted from Ganoderma. This includes Ganoderma Polysaccharide, Ganoderic Acid, Ganoderma Adenosine, Protein, Organic Geranium, Vitamins and Minerals.

In particular, Ganoderma Polysaccharide is the most valuable compound; and the higher the level of polysaccharides in Ganoderma, the more effective it is in health care.

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The Chinese have studied Ganoderma for thousands of years, beginning from applications in traditional chinese medicine, to more recently, clinical trials in medicine.

Throughout the history of chinese medicine, the active constituents and effectiveness have been verified. In chinese medical terms, Ganoderma has the ability to replenish the whole body including the 'chi' of the 5 main organs (heart, lungs, kidneys, spleen and liver), reviving it from a weak state; Ganoderma is suitable for anyone to take.

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