Boostceuticals Announces Release of Groundbreaking Reishi 900mg Supplement

The prestigious company has combined science and nature to create Reishi supplement manufactured with the highest quality standards in the USA in an FDA certified facility adhering to all GMP requirements. Reishi is recommended for many people due to its wide range of benefits.

New York NY, United States - April 27, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The reishi mushroom--"the mushroom of immortality", also known as Ganoderma lucidum and lingzhi, is a fungus that grows in various hot and humid locations in Asia. It is an edible type of medicinal fungus that has been used for its healing abilities for thousands of years and fits the definition of a true superfood.

They are part of the adaptogenic herbs family which means they help the body deal with the negative effects of stress such as increased inflammation, depleted energy levels, damaged blood vessels and various types of hormonal imbalances. Several studies have shown that reishi mushrooms have antioxidant abilities that may allow individuals to strengthen the body’s defenses against cancer, autoimmune conditions, heart disease, allergies, infections and more. Reishi supplementation is highly recommended for its natural benefits.

The problem for most supplement consumers is that they are forced to make difficult decisions when choosing which product to use. Most supplements are usually manufactured with flow agents or lubricants to help run processing equipment faster that actually detract from product quality. Moreover, the vast majority of these products are filled with potentially toxic ingredients and contaminants that can potentially do more damage than good.

Boostceuticals Nutrition, a rapidly growing supplement brand that has the right balance of nature and science, recently re-introduced their highly-anticipated Reishi 900mg supplement. This potent Boostceuticals Reishi is non GMO and contains none of the following - stearates, coloring, additives, lactose, soy, sugar, gluten, or wheat,and it surpasses the necessary 99% purity rating set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

“We’ve always admired the amazing power of Reishi supplementation, but we’ve been disappointed to see how many products contain potentially hazardous fillers that outweigh the benefits of this super ingredient,” said Leo Eliades, CEO of Boostceuticals Nutrition. “We created Boostceuticals Reishi 900mg to bring a 100% unrefined, safe and effective supplement to the public, so they can experience what we’ve known for years.”

In supplement form, it seems like reishi mushrooms contain little to no calories and only a small amount of dietary fiber and protein. Nonetheless, the true reishi mushroom health benefits come from the ingredients that aren’t found on the nutrition label. It has powerful compounds that have been linked to a number of health benefits and can be shown to account for many of the anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and anti-diabetic properties of the reishi mushroom.

The healing abilities of Reishi mushroom lies in its active ingredients which include complex sugars known as beta-glucans, plant sterols that act as precursors to hormones in the body, polysaccharides that may fight cancer cell development and acidic substances called triterpenes, which turns off the body’s response to allergies. Studies have indicated that the reishi mushroom may also eliminate existing cancer cells in the body. On Pharmacological 2010 Reports, they published a study that highlighted the role of ganoderic acid, a triterpinoid found in the reishi mushroom, in the inhibition of the development and metastasis of tumors.

“Our main goal with Boostceuticals Reishi 900mg was to showcase the limitless benefits of Reishi as not just any supplement,” said Eliades. “We wanted to show people how a premium-quality Reishi supplement can potentially change lives for the better, and that’s exactly what we’re doing.”

BOOSTCEUTICALS Reishi 900mg has been re released on Amazon.com. To celebrate, Boostceuticals is giving away a special 20% off Amazon discount coupon code so anybody can try their Reishi 900mg. This way more people can experience this breakthrough supplement at the lowest possible launch price.

To get yours now, visit https://boostceuticalsnutrition.com/reishi-relaunchw7zak0jl

The Reishi supplement is popular and can go fast, hence the company may have a limited supply.

About Boostceuticals Nutrition
Boostceuticals is dedicated to supporting people on their pursuit of health and wellness. With the right blend of nature and science, all Boostceuticals supplements are manufactured to the highest-quality standards in the USA in an FDA certified facility adhering to all GMP requirements.Every step is taken to ensure the development of superior and fine quality nutritional supplements. With its use of natural ingredients and being GMO free, it has become the sensible and healthier choice for every American household.

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