Ganoderma Lucidum is generally thought to be the most powerful and versatile of all the so-called “therapeutic mushrooms”. The reasons for both its expense and its unique chemical personality lies in the fact that it only grows in the most ideal circumstances in the wild. Of the most challenging issues surrounding both the cost and quality of Reishi Mushrooms and refinements of Ganoderma Lucidum is the cultivation and clinical refinement of its seemingly miraculous properties.
One of the most profound influences Gano Excel has exerted over the globalization and international marketing of organic Ganoderma lucidum has been its perfection of the planting, growing and harvesting of the delicate Ganoderma lucidum mushroom. Not only is the ecology of the Reishi both fragile and unpredictable, it also comes to us with a very narrow window of opportunity. It usually takes about three months for Ganoderma lucidum to grow to full maturity. To capture its maximum potency, it has to be harvested swiftly and processed into forms that will hold that potency intact.
Of over 200 species of the Ganoderma family, six types were found to be the most beneficial. Subsequently, these six species are used to produce Gano Excel’s products.
Gano Excel has found a way to cultivate Reishi Mushrooms on special plantations with organically enhanced growth media elevated in special soil beds and kept under climatic conditions that are ideal for the pest-free cultivation of this remarkable “wellness food.”