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Reishi as an Alternative Medicine

Updated on January 6, 2016
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Reishi Mushroom

Reishi Mushroom...It is the most widely used medicinal mushroom in the world. Their scientific name is Ganoderma lucidum. In Chinese Medicine, reishi mushrooms are known as ling zhi, which means spiritual plant as the Chinese herb believe is healing the person's body.

The Latin name Ganoderma means shiny skin, which describes the reddish brown caps of the mushrooms. Reishi mushrooms are kidney-shaped and grow to 8 in (20 cm) or more in diameter. They grow in moist and temperate forest areas of Asia, Europe, South America, and the United States. Reishi mushrooms typically attach themselves to trees, particularly oak and plum trees.

For centuries, this mushroom is claimed as "King of Herbs" by herbal practitioners in China and Japan for its efficacy in the maintenance or improvement of general well-being. This mushroom has been listed as a Chinese herb and classified as a superior herb dating back to 2800 BC.

Ganoderma contains more than 200 active elements which can be categorized as water soluble, organic soluble and volatile compounds. The major elements found are Polysaccharide, Adenosine and Triterpenoids, each having their own medicinal effects.

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DXN INTERNATIONAL

Established in 1993, DXN is a multi-level marketing (MLM) company founded by Dato Dr. Lim Siow Jin. Based in Malaysia, the company is well known for its Ganoderma business. Its product lines include dietary supplements, food and beverages, personal care products, household products and water treatment system. DXN Holdings Bhd. was listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) on 30 September 2003.

DXN sells dietary supplements based on the Chinese mushroom called ganoderma (Polyporus lucidus; also known as reishi or lingzhi), which is considered the food of the immortals in Daoism. Ganoderma has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of such diseases and disorders as cancer and arthritis, and its biomedicinal value is now being established through a wealth of published literature.

DXN Farm

DXN's International headquarter has a 30 acre Ganoderma farms located at Bukit Wang, Malaysia and a 10 acre farm at Bukit Pinang in Kedah, Malaysia.

DXN Pharmaceutical

DXN Pharmaceutical, established in June 2001, is a processing factory for DXN supplements with front-to-end facilities and equipment. It is located in an area of 28,000 square meters.

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Skinny Spinach and Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms

This is so easy that you can prepare them with your kids and serve as your bonding!

I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy this meal with the whole family.

Skinny Spinach and Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms
by Skinnytaste.com


Cook Time

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 20 min
Ready in: 40 min
Yields: Makes about 11 medium sized mushrooms.

Ingredients

  • 14 oz (1 package) fresh mushrooms, stems separated
  • 2 cloves garlic, sliced thin
  • 4 cups fresh baby spinach
  • 4 slices bacon, center cut
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1/4 cup Italian seasoned bread crumbs
  • 2 tbsp Parmesan cheese, shredded
  • Smart Balance cooking spray

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Lightly spray a foil lined baking pan or baking dish with cooking spray. Remove stems from mushrooms and mince fine.
  2. Heat a medium sized skillet. Rinse spinach and add to the skillet; cook until it wilts, about 2 minutes. Remove from the pan, squeeze excess liquid and chop fine. Set aside.
  3. Dry skillet, add bacon to the skillet and cook on low heat until bacon is cooked through. Set aside on a paper towel. Coarsely chop.
  4. Clean skillet and add olive oil to the pan. Add garlic and saute until golden, about 2 minutes. Add minced mushroom stems and saute until soft, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat and combine mushroom stems with sauteed spinach, bacon, bread crumbs, and parmesan cheese.
  5. Season mushroom caps with salt. Fill mushrooms with spinach mixture, rounding tops off. Place on an oven safe dish and lightly spray the tops with oil.
  6. Bake 20 minutes or until golden. Eat warm.

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Mushrooms as an Alternative Medicine by Naiza Oclares is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.
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