Reishi: The Mushroom of Immortality

The benefits of Reishi Mushroom (also known as Ling Zhi) have been prized for over 5000 years. Reishi provides a rich source of beta glucans and polysaccharides. Reishi is a tonic herb that cultivates spiritual energy, modulates the immune system, and promotes longevity.

In this Video You’ll learn:

*Why Reishi is so prized for it’s ability to extend life span
*What compounds found in reishi actually help to “train” your immune system
*Why Reishi might actually be one of the most effective weapons against cancer
*And More!

Here’s where you can find the best source of Reishi on the market: Immortal Quest – Reishi

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  • Derrick
    20 Dec 2010, 4:40 pm

    Started using this product yesterday with the chocolate elixir you made on 12/4. Can I be versatile with this, using it in other drinks/smoothies? Do you have any suggestions on how to use?

    • Shawn
      22 Dec 2010, 9:17 pm

      Great question, Derrick, and congratulations of getting the Reishi. The best way to use reishi is in combination with other herbs and teas. I don’t tend to use it in drinks that have lot of fruit and greens, but it’s really great with berries (Like the Longevity Elixir). Another drink I like to add it to is The Chocolate Immortal (in the Quantum Health book). That one it out of this world!

  • ReishiLover
    24 Dec 2010, 6:13 am

    This is one of few herbs that I will consume forever, period, such a powerful herb.

    • Shawn
      26 Dec 2010, 9:28 pm

      In total and complete agreement. Reishi has something about it that it helps you to change so gracefully that it’s unnoticeable until you look back on it. You’re to busy feeling good and feeling connected to realize that you’ve changed. That’s my experience… I’m sure many others will second that as well.

  • Cosby
    27 Dec 2010, 3:20 pm

    This is the defining ingredient in my healthy coffee + buisness.thankyou bro.shawn for all the helpful info.

    • Shawn
      27 Dec 2010, 1:21 pm

      You’re more than welcome, Cosby. Use that info to keep transforming lives!
      All the best.