Wall-Broken Ganoderma Spores

Ganoderma lucidum spores found in nature have an extremely hard outer shell made with high-molecular weight chitin. Chitin is usually difficult for the human digestive system to break down. A lengthy process, the digestion of chitin normally requires symbiotic microbes that can ferment and break down the long-chained polymer.

Using our advanced wall-breaking technology, our carefully harvested spores are broken down at a rate of 99.5%. This wall-breaking technology exposes triterpenes, oligosaccharides, and many other effective ingredients, making it easier for the body to absorb the nutrients within the Ganoderma spores. A unique microencapsulation technology then covers these broken-down spores with a biological membrane to prevent the effective ingredients from being oxidized. Figures below compare the structure of natural Ganoderma spores (left) with spores that have been processed using our wall-breaking technology (right).

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