Reishi Mushroom - The Mushroom of Immortality: Fight Cancer, Boost Immunity & Improve Your Liver Detox | Paperback
by Marcus D. Adams (Author)
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February 18, 2017
Product Description Reishi Mushroom – The Mushroom of Immortality Fight Cancer, Boost Immunity & Improve Your Liver Detox Agaricus blazei, Cordyceps, Reishi – So many mushrooms, where do I start? You can start by reading ‘Reishi Mushroom – The Mushroom of Immortality’ and find out all you need to know about the amazing effects of medicinal mushrooms, in particular, the Reishi mushroom. The Reishi mushroom known for its anti-cancer properties, its ability to reduce the risk of cancer, and even known to treat insomnia, arthritis, asthma and so much more. It is even used to make healthy coffee! Read ‘Reishi Mushroom – The Mushroom of Immortality’ now and find out why they call it the mushroom of immortality and also the king of herbs.
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