Mushroom complex with Reishi - Information

Mushroom facts

Reishi is a mushroom with traditional use for over 2000 years, mainly in China. It is a large red-brown mushroom that grows wild in many different countries. Reishi is rich in active substances, so-called polysaccharides. There are many different polysaccharides, but Reishi mainly contains beta-glucans and triterpenes. Reishi contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.

Lion's mane is an edible mushroom with an appearance reminiscent of a lion's mane. Lion's mane has a long history in Chinese health philosophy and is called hedgehog mushroom in Swedish. The fruiting body of the mushroom is used, which contains high levels of active substances, mainly in the form of polysaccharides including beta-glucans. Lion's mane is usually classified as a so-called nootropic, i.e. it contains substances that are considered to affect our mental function.

Chaga, called sprängticka in Swedish, is a slightly different mushroom as it does not grow on the ground but on the bark of certain types of trees, above all on birches. It thrives in cold climates such as in North America, the Nordic countries (including Sweden) and parts of Asia. Chaga has been used for a long time in, for example, Russia, Korea and Eastern Europe. It contains several active compounds including beta-glucans, triterpenes and polyphenols.

Shiitake is an edible mushroom that originates from eastern Asia, especially from Japan, China and Korea. It has long been an important part of Asian cooking. Shiitake contains several vitamins and minerals as well as polysaccharides including beta-glucans.

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