Producing Ganoderma spores of this quality is inevitably costly – it takes 1,000 kg of mushrooms to make less than 1 kg of spores. Most cheaper Ganoderma products – from the US and China alike – are bulked up with fibers and oxidized spores, despite claims on the labels – we checked this with independent microscopists. If the price is low, you won’t be getting pure Ganoderma spores.
What exactly are Spores?
Spores are the reproductive structures of mushrooms – each spore can produce a new mushroom, rather like a seed can produce a plant. But spores, unlike seeds or pollen grains, are composed of only single cells.
It’s because these single cells have to germinate and grow into new mushrooms that they’re loaded with natural chemical compounds. This is why the spores are so potent. They contain large amounts of natural compounds – such as ganoderic acid and β-D-glucans – that have conspicuous health-promoting effects in experiments. Our spores contain 40% polysaccharides.
It is also important to know that Reishi spores have the consistency of very fine powder – so fine that you can barely feel it. If there is a grainy texture, the product is not pure and may not even contain any spores
Purespores Reishi spores is FREE of gluten, lactose, pesticides and herbicides. It’s Non-GMO and BSE-Free. And, contains no fillers. No dextrin.
Combine with t-Cell Master for added protection and repair.