Reishi Log

What is Reishi? Red Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum), commonly known as Ling Zhi in Chinese, is a herbal mushroom known to have miraculous health benefits what’s so good about red reishi? · It is non-toxic and can be taken daily without producing any side effects. · When it is taken regularly, it can restore the body to its natural state, enabling all organs to function normally. · Immune modulator – regulates and fine tunes the immune system. Place logs in a shaded area and keep moist. Elevating the logs from the surface, creating stacks, or leaning against each other for support is best. Frequent and normal rainfall should keep them moist, but periodic soakings may be required during dry spells. If the logs receive no rainfall for two weeks, we recommend soaking them overnight in a tub or bucket of water. Spring inoculated logs may produce mushrooms by Fall, but will typically take up to one year to mature. Once the log has matured, mushrooms will begin producing in spring when daytime temperatures have started reaching 75F. Because of their lower humidity requirements, Reishi mushroom logs may also be grown "potted" indoors. Simply place one end of your log in a planter and fill with a mixture of sand and small gravel. "Water" your log at least once every two weeks by pouring water into the sand gravel mix, the log will soak it up. Mushroom conks and antlers will begin forming when the log has matured. Their slow and steady growth is fun to observe! Properly maintained logs will continue to produce mushrooms for many seasons! We will contact you with shipping info
Updated 28-Nov-2011
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