Great Emperors have become part of ganoderma history.
For over 2000 years, the Chinese have given Ganoderma, or what they call Lingzhi, the highest ranking in Traditional Medical Theory. The name Ling Zhi means "Divine Herb that Energizes the Chi or Life force". The first Chinese Emperor Chin Shi Huang Ti even called it the "Herb of Deathlessness".
The Emperors of the ancient period respected
the mushroom so much that they have given it names like "The Elixir of Immortality", "Herb of Spiritual Potency" and "Soup of the Emperor with a Thousand Mistresses".
The Japanese name for the red mushroom, Reishi, was taken from Reishi Senshi, "An Ancient Goddess of
Health, Life and Eternal Youth".
1970 China and Japan successfully
planted Ganoderma in Laboratory using spore separation cultivation method.
1975 Commercial production in Japan.
1980 Commercial production in Taiwan.
1983 Commercial production in Malaysia.
Spore Separation Method
Using the spore
to reproduce. The disadvantage of this method is the instability in species
Tissue Culture Method
Exact reproduction of the mother plant, so the control of high quality species
is possible. DXN
Global is using this method of cultivation.
Organic Cultivation Method
100% organic farming
No chemical fertilizer, insecticide, hormone, etc.
Highly nutritional cultivation method, using paddy,
brown rice, powder, etc.
Highest therapeutic effect is obtained from Red
Many species are developed from Red Ganoderma which is
a common term for a family of gano species.
There are more than 200 species from the red family.
6 species has the highest therapeutic effect.
DXN's Gano product is a combination of these 6 species.
Natural Concentration Method
Dehydration - Freeze and dry 5 kg. (fresh) gano into 1
Fibre Separation - Remove the less therapeutic fibre
from the dried gano using special technique developed by the company 4 kg.
(dried) gano reduced to 1 kg. Total concentration 20:1.
Ultra-Violet Treatment - Treated with ultra-violet ray
to enhance the therapeutic effect.
Micro Powderation - Crush the hard cover of the micro
spores and reduce them to micro size using special technique developed by the
company. All active ingredients of Ganoderma are conserved throughout the