The most potent and pure Reishi – read our story



Supports Healthy Aging & Longevity*

100% pure research-grade Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) spores – high quality, high polysaccharide count. These Reishi spores come from The Academy of Agricultural Science in China where they are studied for their remarkable immune stimulating bio compounds. The Reishi spores are pure and uncontaminated by pollution or any chemicals – in fact, they are grown in the mountains where they naturally grow in the wild and grown on the very wood logs sourced from the trees in the mushroom’s natural habitat.



Supports Cell Health*

Highest level of key bio-active compounds of any Reishi supplement (500% more than most other brands). t-Cell Master contains extracts of 50% polysaccharides, 10% triterpenes. (Compare with other brands averaging less than 10% polysaccharides and negligible triterpenes). t-Cell Master also contains Reishi spores which have their own unique bio-compounds, also researched for their extraordinary support for cell health*

Why Reishi?

Here’s what is important to know about Reishi

Widely used through many centuries for promoting health and longevity in China, the red Reishi mushroom (also known as Ganoderma lucidum or Lingzhi) is the subject of numerous studies by modern scientists. They are now identifying hundreds of powerful immune-supporting and life-extending compounds in the mushroom.  More than 400 of these compounds have been identified, resulting in an explosion of scientific studies referencing their immune cell support.

Reishi’s most important bio-active compounds are its novel polysaccharides and triterpenes.

Reishi’s potency is in it’s concentration of its unique polysaccharides (beta-glucans) and its triterpenes. These bio-compounds alone are the subject of hundreds of recent published scientific papers from around the world.

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To bring the world’s best Reishi – and supporting scientific validation – to people round the globe. Reishi is now one of the most researched natural herbs in modern science, supported by over 3,000 scientific papers.