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Your Immune System is The Best Doctor

A Strong Immune System means Having a Healthy Body

  • Nature has gifted man with a natural doctor right from his birth.

  • The name of this doctor in our body is " immune system ".
    This doctor is born with us and dies with us.

  • If your immune * system is strong, the body is able to effectively fight diseases caused by bacteria, virus, chemicals or simply body imbalances (e.g. elemental or nutritional deficiencies).

  • However, when your immune * system goes weak, the "foreign invaders" or toxins penetrate into the cells of the body and cause diseases.

  • If lung cells are affected , they create asthma or other respiratory diseases.

  • If heart cells are affected , they give rise to blood pressure, heart related problems, etc.

  • If kidney cells are affected , the kidney organs lose the ability to excrete waste products leading to kidney failure, then dialysis will be required and eventually kidney transplantation.

  • If joints and bone cells are affected , they lead to arthritis causing pain and impaired mobility.

  • If brain cells are affected , they affect sensory and  loco motor functions of the body. They can lead to migraine, meningitis, paralysis, blurry vision, etc. They may also affect the psychological and emotional state of the mind.

  • Worst of all, if those affected cells become extremely abnormal in structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) that would spread affecting the good cells, we call them cancer cells. 

  • Thus, when the doctor in us looses his power of resistance, we become weak and contract diseases in various organs of the body.

The Immune System is our best defense against disease. It is a network of cells, tissues and organs that work together to protect the body against attacks by  "foreign" invaders or toxins . It destroys infected and malignant cells, and removes cellular debris. The system includes:

  1. Protective Barriers: Mucous membranes and Skin

  2. Creation of Antibodies: Tonsils, Thymus, Lymph Nodes and Tissues, Spleen and Bone Marrow

  3. Soldiers Cells: T lymphocytes and B lymphocytes

Exposure to toxins:

  1. Dust

  2. Pollens

  3. Smoke (1st & 2nd hand smoking) or polluted air

  4. Microorganisms (virus, bacteria, fungi & protozoa)

  5. Cumulative "mild" chemicals (preservatives, chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, asbestos, etc.)

Many of these toxins get into our body as we breath, eat, drink, and are exposed to the environment. Due to these daily exposures in varying degrees, our body cells become "out of balance". Then, health problems or diseases develop to the point that they become chronic or lifetime and deadly. To avoid this, we should always keep our Immune-System strong.

Exposure to toxins cannot be avoided as we cannot stop breathing, drinking or eating. So, we need a PERMANENT PROTECTOR against toxins!

Why do people get sick?

¨ Body exposure to toxins

¨ Immune_System reacts to toxins

¨ Immune_System uses up its existing cell population
(immune_system cells or “soldier cells”)

¨ Immune_System uses up existing supply of raw materials
(proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleotides, vitamins, etc.)

¨ Immune_System used up existing supply of raw materials
(proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleotides, vitamins, etc.)

¨ No more Immune_System cells or “soldiers" are produced
or rate of production is slower than needed

¨ “Stressed out” Immune_System

¨ Body of person gets SICK!

The experts speak on Reishi:
One key function, identified long ago by Eastern medical science, is defense--that is, the body has the need and ability to defend itself against threats to its equilibrium, whether they be physical, emotional, or energetic. Having noted and studied the body's defensive capabilities, Chinese doctors then explored the natural world to find ways of maintaining and enhancing them, and they discovered a number of ways to do so, including the administration of herbal remedies. Among these remedies is Ganoderma lucidum (known to the Chinese as ling chih and the Japanese as Reishi).

8 Weeks To Optimum Health By Andrew Weil MD, page 15
Not all of the active components in Reishi have been isolated; like many other organic substances, the molecules in this plant are quite complex, though they are probably mostly polysaccharides and peptides. Dr. Terry Willard, a proponent of the medical uses of this mushroom, maintains that Reishi also decreases free radicals by 50.4 percent through an as yet, unidentified antioxidant. ... Other researchers suspect that Reishi may not have an antioxidant of its own but rather stimulates production of the body's own free radical scavenger, an enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD).

Attaining Medical Self Sufficiency An Informed Citizens Guide by Duncan Long, page 196
Reishi is a purely medicinal mushroom, not a culinary one, both because it is hard and woody and because it tastes very bitter. But it is nontoxic and has been the subject of a surprising amount of scientific research, both in Asia and the West.

8 Weeks To Optimum Health By Andrew Weil MD, page 140

Reishi Mushrooms known are the "lucky fungus," in Japan. Reishi mushrooms were originally used in China in both cooking and traditional healing. Reishi mushrooms, which are quite pricey, are available in Asian markets and gourmet shops. However, they may be worth their weight in gold.

Earl Mindells Soy Miracle Earl Mindel RPH PHD, page 107
Mushrooms, particularly Eastern varieties, revitalize the body. Various cultures consider them to contain the secrets of staying young. They also provide key B vitamins and a high concentration of pantothenic acid.

Food Swings by Barnet Meltzer MD, page 258
Ganoderma: Ganoderma lucidum, the Chinese "mushroom of immortality" called ling zhi (in Japan, Reishi) has been extensively studied in the laboratory. My teacher of Chinese medicine, the late Dr. York Why Loo, kept a specimen of dried wild Chinese ling zhi in a jar for use in his old age. So revered by Chinese doctors is ling zhi that it is frequently pictured on their business cards or displayed in their shop windows as a sign of respect for its importance.

Viral Immunity by J.E, page 292
In China, many pharmacological, chemical, and biochemical studies have been conducted with this remarkable mushroom. Results show that Reishi meets all qualifications of being an Adaptogen and tonic.

Miracle Medicine Herbs by Richard M Lucas, page 9
Reishi is one of the most versatile medicinal mushrooms. It has long been used in Asia as an energy tonic to promote longevity and overall health. Studies indicate that Reishi is an antioxidant and contains polysaccharides and other compounds that may boost the immune system.

Off The Shelf Natural Health How To Use Herbs And Nutrients To Stay Well By Mark Mayell, page 88
Ancient Chinese herbalists considered the Reishi mushroom the most beneficial of all medicines. Today, the Japanese government officially recognizes the Reishi mushroom.

Prescription For Dietary Wellness by Phyllis A Balch, page 167
Sabley said that Reishi contains two major groups of organic compounds: Ganoderic acids (compounds with a structure similar to steroid hormones) and polysaccharides (long chains of naturally occurring sugar molecules or carbohydrates).

Attaining Medical Self Sufficiency An Informed Citizens Guide by Duncan Long, page 196

This mushroom is prized in Japan and China, where its rare qualities have been known for over 4,000 years. Scientific studies have confirmed its medicinal properties. Since the raw mushroom is woody and inedible, the traditional method of preparing Reishi is to make a tea by simmering it for a long time in water. Fortunately, it is also available in a powdered form. (capsules)

The Herbal Drugstore by Linda B White MD, page 327

Perhaps one of the reasons the Chinese regard mushrooms as spirit medicine is the claim found in the oldest recorded botanical monograph on this powerful Chinese medicine.

The Way Of Chinese Herbs by Michael Tierra LAc OMD, page 431

* This information is intended only as a general reference for further exploration, and is not a replacement for professional health advice. This page does not provide dosage information, format recommendations, toxicity levels, or possible interactions with prescription drugs. Accordingly, only use this information under the direct supervision of a qualified health practitioner such as a naturopathic physician.


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