β˜•πŸ€”πŸ„ What is so special about Organo Health and Slimming Beverages? β˜•πŸ€”πŸ„

The secret to the amazing results produced by our beverages is the most important ingredient – The Ganoderma Mushroom.So what is this little mushroom all about?

A red-varnished,kidney-shaped cap and peripherally inserted stem gives it a distinct fan-like appearance. When fresh, the lingzhi is soft, cork-like, and flat. It lacks gills on its underside, and instead releases its spores via fine pores. Depending on the age, the pores on its underside may be white or brown.

There are different components of the Ganoderma mushroom:

β–ͺ️ The Spores (β€œseeds” ready to pollinate)
β–ͺ️ The Lucidum (the mature plant)
β–ͺ️ The Mycellium (early harvest, has its own unique properties)

πŸ„Spores are the seeds of the Ganoderma lucidum. The shell of the Ganoderma lucidum spore is as hard as the shell of a coconut and requires special care to crack open and capture the spores at the right time. There is also a second inner layer and not all companies β€˜double crack’ the shells to release the most important part of the spore. The Spores are considered amongst the most important of rare antioxidant sources

πŸ„The Ganoderma lucidum is harvested at its peak of maturity, around 8 months of age. With age the benefits of the Ganoderma lucidum are enhanced.

DID YOU KNOW?
Ganoderma lucidum is a large, dark mushroom with a glossy exterior and woody texture. The Latin word lucidus means β€œshiny” or β€œbrilliant” and refers to the varnished appearance of the surface of the mushroom. In China, G. lucidum is called lingzhi, whereas in Japan the name for the Ganodermataceae family is reishi or mannentake. The power of this mushroom has been used for over 2000 years and was documented in ancient scripts

πŸ„Mycellium is the name of the early harvest or β€˜baby’ Ganoderma lucidum. Mycellium threads are the root-like body that produces mushrooms, resembling a network or web of activity. The living body of the fungus is a mycelium made out of a web of tiny filaments called hyphae. The mycelium is usually hidden in the soil, in wood, or another food source. The mycelia network that emanates from a fungal spore can extend over and into the soil in search of nutrients. A mycelium can be tiny, or cover large spaces of land in search of nutrients to feed the flowering of the mushroom

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