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Quality: Red Reishi mushrooms have been consumed for centuries and are sources of many nutrients including triterpenoids, polysaccharides (Beta-D-glucans), and Adenosine. Half Hill Farm’s Red Reishi Mushroom Dual Extract processes the fruit bodies and mycelium of USDA Certified Organic Red Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum or Lingzhi) mushrooms through a lengthy hot water (distilled water), vacuum extraction, and alcohol (USDA Certified Organic pharmaceutical grade USP) extraction processes. We use a 10 micron filtration process that does not remove spore. Our full spectrum dual extract is manufactured and bottled in our FDA registered manufacturing kitchen for our USDA Certified Organic farm in Woodbury, TN and has a shelf life of 1 year.
Our Red Reishi Dual Extract comes in two size: 100 ml (3.38 oz. – ten servings $38) and 200 ml (6.76 oz. 20 servings $65). Use in tea, coffee or infuse into baked goods, candy or other food products to add Reishi mushrooms to your diet. Reishi has a distinct bitter flavor that dilutes with full servings of food and drink.
Powder capsules vs. liquid extract: The reason it is not recommended people eat Red Reishi mushrooms is because the body cannot digest the tough, chitinous tissue of the woody mushroom. Powder capsules are basically the mycelium and sometimes fruit body of this mushroom grown on grain (usually a rice substrate) and ground into a capsule. Powders created in this manner are certainly the easiest to manufacture and most widely available and marketed. Capsules made in this manner are less bio-available and ensuring even a small percentage of the growing substrate isn’t also ground up into the end product is a challenge that creates inconsistent comparisons between powdered capsules. Dual extracts that combine the hot water and alcohol extractions make the full spectrum of compounds more bio-available than powdered capsules. Liquid extracts are more consistent because of a standardized process that also ensures none of the growing substrate is part of the end product. Liquid extracts are an ancient method and preferred method for extraction by ethnobotanists.