In Malaysia and Singapore, the product is known as Yung Kien Ganoderma.
Ganoderma is the scientific name for Lingzhi.
The born of Yung Kien Ganoderma 2 mainly for serving customers who have specific needs, with many of them having to consume large doses of the first generation Yung Kien Ganoderma in order to see its health improvement results.
As researches shown, there are many people having difficulty in swallowing, the need to gulp down 10 to 20 capsules a day can indeed prove to be a daunting experience.
That is exactly the reason why many patients discontinued with its consumption, leading to the loss of opportunity in improving health or even saving lives.
It was under this background that BTRI began its R & D drive 5 years ago with the objective of substantially reducing the consumption amounts and yet maintaining the efficacy of our Lingzhi health food.
For patients of critical diseases, triterpenoids as an effective constituent of Lingzhi offer remarkable curative benefits.
As such, we were inspired to work on bringing about a compositional realignment of this effective constituent in the product.
Research at China Tongji Medical University showed that after taking 12 capsules of Yung Kien Ganoderma per day for 2 weeks, the rate of platelet aggregation was inhibited by up to 32%
Prevents hardening of blood vessels – elasticity of blood vessels becomes compromised when there is too much fat and cholesterol in the blood, this also causes high blood pressure.
Lingzhi is very effective in lowering the blood pressure and ensuring the blood vessels remain elastic.
The best results were shown in high blood pressure patients who consumed higher doses of lingzhi for minimum of 6 months.
Ganoderma is effective in reducing blood pressure. The most important point is that long-term administration (at least 6 months) of ganoderma is required. Approximately 12 capsules of Yung Kien Ganoderma per day is recommended to see improvement.