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Reishi helps reduce stress and enhance the Immunity
2020-03-09   Source:    Hit:32   Font: 
Good immunity is the key to maintaining health, but stress is the number one killer of immunity and health. In the 1930s, Hans Selye, a Hungarian endocrinologist living in Canada, spent months experimenting with mice in order to understand how an extract isolated from the ovary works.

As a result, all experimental mice (including the control group injected with normal saline only) had problems of adrenal hypertrophy, gastric ulcer and atrophy of immune tissue.

These problems represent endocrine disorders, abnormal inflammation and low immunity. Since all the mice had these problems, it was found that the sources of the problems were irrelevant to the "extract isolated from the ovary."

Later, after careful analysis, it became clear that Hans Selye, who was a novice at the time, was awkwardly blamed because every time when he gave mice injections, the mice broke free, and Hans had to catch the mice with a broom to drive the mice from the water channel to the cabinet, which scared the mice.  Hans found the fact that psychological stress and physical health are linked and became the famous father of stress theroies.
 


▲Hans Seley, the scientist who first discovered the link between stress and
disease, and his article published in Science in 1955

 
Professor Lin zhibin's research team from the department of pharmacology, Peking University Health Science Center, also conducted a similar experiment in the early 1990s:

Researchers forced hypophobic mice to swim in cold water at 14°C for 5 minutes every day for 15 consecutive days and tested the mice's immune system's ability to produce antibodies and clear pathogens every 3 days.
 
It was found that the mice's immune systems' ability to produce antibodies would be affected by external environmental stimuli and psychological stress.
 
However, if these stressed mice were fed low, medium and high doses (25, 50, or 100 mg/kg) of Ganoderma lucidum fruiting body polysaccharide extract for 8 days, the mices' immunity would return to normal.

 


▲ Professor Lin Zhibin's "Discussions on Ganoderma Lucidum" (published by Peking University Medical Press in 2016) has an incisive discussion on how Ganoderma lucidum can resist pressure and protect immunity.
      
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