Species of Ganoderma , commonly called reishi in Japan or lingzhi in China , have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years, and their use has gained interest from pharmaceutical industries in recent years. Globally, the taxonomy of Ganoderma species is chaotic, and the taxon name Ganoderma lucidum has been used for most laccate shiny Ganoderma species. However, it is now known that G. It is likely that differences in the quality and quantity of medicinally relevant chemicals occur among Ganoderma species.

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Reishi “GOLD” – (Ganoderma curtisii)

Murrill Derivation of name : Ganoderma means having a "shiny or lustrous skin"; curtisii indicates the species is named in honor of Moses Ashley Curtis, an American Epicopal priest, teacher, botanist, and mycologist who lived from Flesh of cap: The cream to pale brown flesh context contains brownish-black melanoid deposits or bands but lacks the concentric growth zones of G. Pore surface : Whitish to brownish; pores per mm. Stipe : Lateral, usually at a pronounced angle to the cap, varnished, reddish-brown, glabrous. Edibility: Inedible. In the Northeast, laccate Ganoderma species i.


Ganoderma curtisii

Polyporus curtisii Berk. Cooke Scindalma curtisii Berk. Kuntze Ganoderma curtisii is a wood-decaying polypore whose distribution is primarily in the Southeastern United States. The name was originally established by Miles Berkeley in as Polyporus curtisii , and later transferred to the genus Ganoderma by William Alphonso Murrill in This species is tentative and is a subject of debate as to its viability as a distinct species from North American specimens described as G.

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