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Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine to maintain immune system health and in Western Herbal Medicine to relieve symptoms of indigestion.
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A consciously created plant-active blend of Licorice, Lemon Balm, Reishi mushroom, Shiitake mushroom and Maitake mushroom.
Immune system health: Reishi is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to maintain immune system health and reduce cough.
Gastrointestinal health: Licorice is traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support gastrointestinal system health, help relieve symptoms of mild gastritis and help relieve mild gut inflammation.
Indigestion symptom relief: Lemon Balm is traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to relieve symptoms of indigestion and relieve digestive discomfort.
Vitality and Qi: Reishi is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to support vitality, relieve tiredness and replenish Qi.
Antioxidant: Reishi is used as an antioxidant to reduce free radicals formed in the body.
General health and wellbeing: Licorice and Lemon Balm are traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support general health and wellbeing.
Take one capsule daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each capsule contains:
Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi) fruiting body ext. dry conc. 150 mg.
Derived from dry 3 g.
Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm) herb top ext. dry conc. 50 mg.
Derived from dry 2 g.
Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice) root ext. dry conc. 285.71 mg.
Derived from dry 5 g.
Lentinula edodes (Shiitake) whole plant ext. dry conc. 12.5 mg.
Derived from fresh 250 mg.
Grifola frondosa (Maitake) fruiting body powder 25 mg.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy or egg. Nothing artificial. Vegan friendly.
Also contains the following plant derived excipients:
Do not take while on warfarin therapy without medical advice.
If symptoms persist or worsen talk to your medical practitioner.
If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Talk to a TCM practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you.
If you have symptoms relating to COVID-19, seek health advice about getting tested.
Licorice, Lemon Balm, Reishi, Maitake and Shiitake sourced from China.
Native to Asia, but due to its widespread availability across the globe, this oriental fungus is also recognised by its Chinese name, Lingzhi, or more commonly referred to by its Japanese name, Reishi.
Its botanical name Lucidum, is derived from the Latin word meaning ‘shiny or brilliant’, referring to the varnished glossy appearance of the mushroom’s surface.
The Chinese name, Lingzhi is symbolic for spiritual potency, representing success, well-being, divine power and longevity. Reishi is the Japanese interpretation of the mushroom’s ancient Chinese name ruizhi meaning ‘auspicious mushroom’.
Recognised as a wood-decaying fungus (commonly known as lignicolous), it grows on and digests moist wood, causing it to rot. By helping start the decomposition process, it serves as an important and unique function in forest ecosystems. It breaks down the lignin (organic polymer) found in the wood of the trees so that other soil organisms can access the nutrients. Without the help of mushrooms, dead trees and fallen branches would simply sit on the forest floor and not decompose into rich forest soil.
Reishi is used as an antioxidant and traditionally used in Chinese Medicine to:
Reishi has a long history of use. It is also rooted deeply into Chinese and Japanese culture where it is a focal point in ancient works of art. For example, the Forbidden City, the heritage site at the heart of Beijing, is carved with Lingzhi throughout the imperial palace.
Native to South East Asia it is now widely grown across the world. Today, it is the second most grown mushroom in the world, behind the common button mushroom.
The meaning of Shiitake translates as ‘oak mushroom’ with shii meaning ‘oak’ (a reference to its common host tree) and take meaning ‘mushroom’.
The cultivation of Shiitake is believed to date back thousands of years with a belief it originated in China during the Sung Dynasty (960-1127). Chinese legend credits Wu San Kwung as the originator of Shiitake cultivation, and as such, almost every mushroom growing village in China has a temple in his honor.
This wood-inhabiting fungus is native to China however is now naturalised in other parts of the world. Maitake forms at the trunk base of old trees or dead trunks, typically oak but also other deciduous hardwoods or conifers.
The meaning of Maitake translates as ‘dancing mushroom’ with mai meaning ‘dance’ and take meaning ‘mushroom’. It is also commonly known as Hen of the Woods, as it closely resembles the texture and meatiness of cooked chicken. It also looks like a hen sitting on her nest in the woods.
Historically, the Japanese culture has revered Maitake as a popular and highly prized edible mushroom. It is now widely commercially cultivated and marketed.
This mild lemon-scented member of the mint family is a European native and is now grown throughout the world.
Its botanical name Melissa officinali is derived from the Latin word meaning ‘honey bee’. It refers to the plant being considered a favourite food of bees, with a connection to the ancient religious thought that any plant that kept bees away from their hive was considered sacred.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to:
This herb has historically been valued as a culinary, medicinal and cosmetic herb.
Native to Asia and Southern Europe, this flowering plant is a member of the bean family Fabaceae, from the root of which a sweet, aromatic flavouring can be extracted. This herbaceous perennial that has been used as a flavouring agent in foods and drinks, and medicinal remedies for thousands of years.
The botanical name, Glycyrrhiza is derived from the Greek words glykos meaning ‘sweet’ and rhiza meaning ‘root’.
Used in traditional Western Herbal Medicine to:
Use of Licorice dates to ancient Egypt, where the root was made into a sweet drink for the pharaohs.
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