Reishi & Diabetes.

Reishi mushroom is considered to be one of the best herbal medicines. It is  said to benefit every organ within the body. It has been used for over 4,000  years in herbal medicine, and is regarded as the “Mushroom of Immortality.”  Among the many benefits of Reishi, is the effect that it has on blood sugar  levels and diabetes.

Blood Sugar Levels

Reishi contains polysaccharides, also known as complex carbohydrates, which  according to studies are able to significantly lower blood sugar levels. They  can also increase the production of insulin within the pancreas, allowing more  sugar to enter into the cells of the body.

Prevents Kidney Problems

Kidney problems are often associated with diabetes. Diabetic nephropathy, is  a common complication of diabetes, and can lead to death if not dealt with.  According to studies, the Reishi is able to effectively reduce the risks of this  conditions by reducing the serum creatinine levels.

Other kidney problems that can be prevented include chronic nephritis, which  is a kidney inflammation; nephrosis, which is a non-inflammatory condition; and  rheumatic fever. Reishi has been shown to lower the amount of protein in the  urine and the amount of cholesterol in the blood. Thus Reishi can actually help  to improve the function of the kidneys, even after they have been damaged,

Eye Protection

Excess amounts of sugar in the bloodstream can contribute to eye conditions  such as cataracts and damage to the retinal. Reishi, once again can protect the  eyes against this condition.

Protection Against Diabetes

For those who do not have diabetes, or are at risk, can take Reishi in order  to prevent the disease. This is due to the protection that it provides for the  pancreas. Reishi is high in powerful antioxidants that help to eliminate and  neutralize free radicals that can wear the pancreas down, and eventually result  in diabetes.

Compared To Insulin

Unlike insulin, Reishi is said to be able to improve the condition of  diabetes. Insulin can contribute to premature aging of the pancreas, but Reishi  can do the opposite and replenish it. When taking insulin, the body can become  dependent on it, but when taking Reishi, the body is able to manage without  extra insulin.

Reishi is also able to detoxify the body, including the kidneys and other  vital organs, which can help in fighting diabetes naturally.

Reishi, however, can have its side effects when taken on a long term basis.  It is not recommended for taking longer than three months, as it can contribute  to a dry mouth, upset stomach, nosebleeds and dizzy spells.

Felisa Gatchalian-Lalas of the Philippines, at age 61, lost her leg when it
was too late to discover that she had Diabetes. She was devastated and
felt no hope until she was introduced to DXN’s Ganoderma products. First
she took two pairs of RG/GL together with 3in1 coffee and Spica tea in
the first week. It was when she noticed she was gaining strength. She
increased the dosage by another two pairs the second week and kept it
for a month. Her husband used to piggy back her while going up and down
the stairs but eventually she was able to do the flight of stairs on her own.
People who knew her were astounded be her fast recovery. Even with a
prosthetic leg, and at her age, she is seen by her friends out and about
doing her errands. Her son, a medical doctor, was also surprised at her
recovery and advised her to keep doing what she was doing.Story is taken from DXN Phillipines website

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