Lingzhi was known as a mushroom for over 2000 Years, and its powerful effects are documented in scripts. The proliferation of Ganoderma lucidum pictures in art began in 1400 AD, and they are connected with Taoism. But, Ganoderma lucidum graphics extended beyond religion and has been seen in paintings, carvings, furniture, and even women’s accessories. The very first book wholly devoted to the description of herbs and their medicinal value was written by Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing during the Eastern Han dynasty of China (25-220 AD). It describes mineral substances, zoological, and botanical remedies, and was composed under the pseudonym of Shen-nong in the second century. The book has been improved and updated throughout the years since its inception. It describes the favorable effects of many mushrooms using a reference to the medicinal mushroom Ganoderma lucidum. This book has been regarded as the primary pharmacopoeia in China. The mushroom was attributed with therapeutic properties, such as tonifying effects, enhancing critical energy, strengthening vascular function, increasing memory, and antiaging effects. Ganoderma lucidum functions to replenish Qi, relieve the mind, and reduce coughing for those with asthma, and it’s advised for dizziness, insomnia, palpitation, and shortness of breath.
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