Reishi – Asthma.

Ganoderma herb for Asthma

Other immunity regulators are Interferon Alpha, Interferon Beta and lymphatic cells. This group of immunity regulators will suppress over active immunity cells and enhance the weaker one. Thus, it maintains a balance in your complex immune system.

Ganoderma Lucidum herb can enhance Interferon Alpha and Interferon Gamma. Therefore, this herb also helps in improving asthma. However, combining Ganoderma with Cordyceps gives better improvement.

I once had an asthma attack at my office and my throat started closing up. I
thought I would have to go home. But I mixed a spoonful of Reishi powder into
hot water and drank it. Within minutes my throat relaxed and I could breathe
regularly again. It worked so quickly, I was amazed.

During the 1970s and
1980s, Red Reishi’s anti-allergy action became the subject of ongoing research.
Studies showed that Reishi extract significantly inhibited all four types of
allergic reactions, including asthma, bronchitis, and swelling from contact
dermatitis. In 1990, researchers at the University of Texas in San Antonio found
that Reishi could be effectively used in treating stiff necks, stiff shoulders,
inflammation of the eye and eyelids, bronchitis, rheumatism, and improving the
immune system, all without any significant side-effects.

Part of the
anti-inflammatory effect of Reishi is because it significantly elevates the free
radical scavenging ability of the blood, especially against the particularly
harmful hydroxyl radicals. The scavenging effect of Reishi is so strong that
even after Reishi was absorbed and metabolized, the scavenging action of Reishi
still continued.

I have used Red Reishi extract and Red Reishi powder
with great results.

The extract has been found effective in reducing and in some cases eliminating asthma attack. The recommended dosage begins with 1 capsule 3 times daily for five days, increasing to 2 capsules 3 times a day for 1 week and then to 3 capsules, 3 times daily. It is important that the patient starts with a low dose as a higher dose might initially trigger an asthma attack.


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