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GERASIMOS N. TSIOLIS Ganoderma the Miraculous

Copyright for all Versions Š 2014 by Gerasimos N. Tsiolis First Greek Version February 2014 Chrysochou Publications Kountouriotou 6, Lavrio 19500, Attiki, Greece Tel. +31 22920 60804 & +31 69772 15060 Find us on www.ganodermathemiraculous.com

Author: Gerasimos N. Tsiolis Translation (for English Version): Lilian Galanou

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ISBN: 978-618-81165-0-4


Welcome In this book we are going to explain the pharmacological effects of the Gl mushroom, as determined and recorded by university researchers. Also, there exist recordings proving that many university clinics use this herb on patients along with other formulations or on itself. Relevant bibliography provided. The information included in this book does not substitute your doctor’s advice on health issues and treatment. The author is not responsible for any misinterpretations or/and misuse of this information by an individual or legal person that could lead to their health getting damaged. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means-electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwisewithout permission in writing by the author.


Contents Introduction.......................................................................................9 Are herbs therapeutic? ....................................................................11 Herbs: More necessary than ever ...................................................13 Herbotherapy and adaptogens ........................................................17 History of the Gl ............................................................................19 Ingredients of the Gl .......................................................................21 Immune system ..............................................................................23 Polysaccharides ................................................................................25 Triterpenes - triterpenoids or Ganoderic acids ...............................27 Organic germanium .......................................................................29 Adenosine ......................................................................................31 Enzymes ..........................................................................................33 Superior Unsaturated Fatty Acids ...................................................35 Proteins, aminoacids, Peptides and Polypeptides ...........................37 The overall activities of the Gl .........................................................39 Special mention to the anticancer activity of the Gl .......................43 Timetable of the Ganoderma activities ...........................................49 Another gift given to us by the Ganoderma ....................................53 Bibliography ....................................................................................57


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Are herbs therapeutic? The usage of plants for pharmaceutical reasons is as old as civilization and the first writings on therapeutic plants comes from the Sumerians in 2200 BC. The father of medicine, Greek Hippocrates, recorded about 400 herbs whose usage was already known in the 5th century BC. In the 1st century BC Dioskouridis wrote a botanical manual in which 600 plants are mentioned. Later botanical research was based on this work. Claudius Galinos (129-199 AD) was the 2nd most important Greek doctor, after Hippocrates. The complex pharmaceutical preparations he produced himself are known as Galenics in literature and were based on pharmaceutical herbs, numerous of which are still used today. 11


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Herbology and adaptogens Gl is on top of the list of adaptogens. The term adaptogens refers to plants which have the ability to adapt to every organism depending on its uniqueness and offer it exactly what it needs, balancing and correcting its functions. That is, the same herb taken by two different people- one suffering from hypertension and the other from hypotension- will regulate both people’ s blood pressure. Adaptogens can identify the particular needs of every organism and stimulate the organic functions that will restore the balance in the human body. It should be pointed out that adaptogens have no unpleasant, undesirable or even dangerous side effects that can occur during treatment. Besides, most adaptogens form part of the food chain, as they are actually food.

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Nowadays, more than ever, we need to turn our attention to ourselves as well. It may sound selfish, but in order to be useful to others, we should protect ourselves. Living a daily routine that can be hurtful at times, we are constantly and inexplicably, both physically and psychologically, tired. That is a sign that something should be done. And as we cannot change everything in the blink of an eye, let me tell you that there exists something simple enough to immediately attract your attention, but at the same time so great that in a short period of time you will be convinced that making it part of your everyday life was the right thing to do. And this is none other than the Ganoderma. You may already be familiar with it. Or more probably not. In both cases, seek information for this miracle provided to us by nature and some important people. I can assure you that you will not regret it.

Gerasimos N. Tsiolis


Ganoderma the Miraculous