Ganoderma benefits on Diabetes and Kidney function

As we know, insufficient insulin secretion is the main cause of diabetes, and this result in some serious complications.

Currently, Western physicians use insulin injections as the only treatment. Though insulin is able to lower blood sugar level, symptoms recur very soon.

Furthermore, like cortisone hormone injection, it has many side effects. Insulin is unable to recover pancreas function and it speeds up the aging of the organ.

The Medical Research Institute of Kinki University found in yearly experiments that Ganoderma Lucidum has the same effect as insulin.

Accordingly, after taking this herb, not only can insulin deficiency be supplemented, it can also make the pancreas regain its original function. In addition, it does not have any side effects like injections do.

Ganoderma Lucidum may affect significant cure for kidney disease

Kidney disease is one of the most difficult diseases to cure. They include acute or chronic nephritis, diabetic renal syndrome, nephrosis and rheumatic fever. These may be due in part to high cholesterol count and high blood sugar level.

The kidneys are overloaded and blood can not reach renal capillaries. Nephrosis results, with edema, urine retention, fatigue and possibly serious uremia.

Prof. Fumio Tsurudani of Nagoya University Medical Institute, Japan did an experiment with patients suffering from renal disease to check the effectiveness of Ganoderma Lucidum. It was found that it could not only lower proteinuria and cholesterolemia, but could maintain renal proper function.

Based on our experimental results, renal disease can be cured significantly by taking Ganoderma Lucidum. It is indeed a surprising achievement.

As a Type-2 Diabetic myself, I am benefiting greatly from taking Ganoderma, including:

  • safe, low glucose readings and much lower after eating spikes
  • significantly lower Cholesterol readings
    • Higher HDL levels
    • Lower LDL levels

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