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Mikei Red Reishi Mushroom On Sloan Magazine

17 Mar 2016

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MIKEI RED REISHI MUSHROOM

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Unlock Japan’s wellbeing secret to relieving stress, anti-ageing and maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Mikei Red Reishi Mushroom gives your brain a caffeine-free healthier boost, replenishes and rehydrates dry skin and provides a whole host of other health benefits.

Many of us have decided that 2016 is the year for better health and wellbeing. But detoxing the previous year’s sins in order to look as healthy and youthful as our idols isn’t always easy. However the Japanese (who have the longest life expectancy in the world) have known the simple secret to great health for centuries. The red reishi mushroom has been called the most revered herb in history and now has a celebrity following with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow said to be a fan! Already hailed as one of the Top 5 Superfoods, it’s no wonder that more and more people can’t wait to get their hands on Mikei Red Reishi Mushroom!

mikei_red_reishi_muhsroom_60_caps_5What you may think is a humble and rare fungi growing in the earth is in fact the champion of mushrooms, that will bring a balance to your life. Used for centuries, the rest of the world is now about to realise the red reishi mushroom reaps benefits, from boosting immunity, maintaining your energy levels to improving circulatory health, and anti-ageing.

Health benefits

The traditional uses of red reishi include fighting hepatitis, inflammation of the kidneys, hypertension, arthritis, fatigue, insomnia, bronchitis and asthma. It is understood that these mighty mushrooms can help with the following:

  • Supporting the immune system
  • Balancing energy levels
  • Helping fight fatigue
  • Reducing stress
  • Supporting cardiovascular health
  • Supporting liver health
  • Providing anti-oxidants
  • Providing anti-ageing properties
  • Helping to maintain healthy skin
  • Supporting a healthy immune system
  • Improving muscular strength
  • Reducing risk of diabetes and cholesterol
  • Helping with weight loss

Supported by experts

In 2012, The British Journal of Medicine reported a clinical study where participants with slightly elevated blood pressure and cholesterol took red reishi daily for three months. The results showed positive effects on their insulin and cholesterol levels.

Nutritionist and Leading Author Patrick Holford, in his new book, The Stress Cure, says, “The three most reputable adaptogens are the ginseng family, reishi mushroom (also known as lingzhi in China) and rhodiola. In Asia, especially China and Japan, reishi has been revered for 5000 years. Chinese reishi mushroom (Ganodermum lucidum) is often used to modify or enhance the effects of other stress-fighting herbs. It also helps to lower insulin levels and adaptogenic herbs, such as ginseng, rhodiola and reishi, will support the natural production of energy and help balance stress hormones when you are under pressure or feeling burned out. Higher levels of B vitamins, plus amino acids.” Patrick concludes, “Of all the adaptogenic herbs that help give stress resilience and an energy boost I like reishi and Ginseng the best.”

Mikei® Red Reishi Essence uses the highest quality red reishi and the most advanced Japanese production techniques to ensure only the best results. Grown organically, in controlled conditions, free of any pesticides and pollutants, the mushroom is only harvested when fully mature to ensure it is full of natural benefits. Red reishi mushroom, taken in concentrate form as a daily capsule, makes the active ingredients from the mushroom more potent and easier for your body to absorb. From those with dehydrated and dull skin to those feeling vulnerable from illness, Mikei® is the solution to maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle in 2016.

Mikei Red Reishi Mushroom costs £47.99 for 30 Capsules (1 month supply) and it is available from Revital, Planet Organic, Natural Health, www.mikei.co.uk and independent health stores. For further information, please visit www.mikei.co.uk