I heard Ganoderma is effective in supporting cancer treatment, so Ganoderma inhibits cancer cells like? Do high doses need to work?
According to research, Ganoderma has the ability to inhibit metastatic cancer cells and prolong life as well as support increasing resistance during the treatment process. The Germanium beta-D-glucan in Ganoderma helps prevent tuna and helps eliminate and inhibit the growth of cancer cells. For cancer, Ganoderma red as a "lever" helps strengthen and help regulate the immune system and endocrine, improve circulation and eliminate harmful free radicals, is a supplement in chemotherapy or radiation therapy to reduce side effects such as fatigue, loss of appetite, hair loss, bone marrow suppression and infection risk for cancer patients during radiation therapy.