Vita Green Lingzhi

If you are a chinese/asian, you probably will know what is Lingzhi. However, the habit of consuming lingzhi, a chinese supplement, is not commonly seen in youngsters in our era.

Lingzhi is a form of mushroom where it has been used as a medicinal mushroom in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years,[1] making it one of the oldest mushrooms known to have been used medicinally.

What’s Lingzhi good for?

  • Increases the body’s antioxidant levels

  • Strengthens the immune system 

  • Helps protect kidney cells 

  • May posses anti-ageing properties such as increasing appetite and energy levels, reducing white hair and age spots, and aiding sleep.

Vita Green Lingzhi is make up of 6 different types of colour Lingzhi.

Each colour of Lingzhi serves different functions and benefits:

  • white for lungs

  • green for liver and eyes

  • black for brain and kidneys

  • violet for replenish vital energy

  • red for joints skin and heart 

  • yellow for spleen and intestines

Read up more on product description HERE.

If you see beauty bloggers taking up this sponsorship, don’t criticize them for not blogging about beauty too fast coz Vita Green Lingzhi brings beauty benefits like anti-­aging, antioxidant, reduce allergy symptoms, white hair, age spots & helps sleep too!

I have been a fan of chinese medications and supplements (western or chinese). Maybe I grow up with weak immunity and Mom used to make me take tonics and all, so I have the same mentality to continue caring for my body with supplements.

I have been taking a lingzhi pill daily for 2 weeks and even though I have not observed any drastic changes on the face or feel unusually more energetic (I still feel fatigue), I do notice that the sensitive skin has been a tad less sensitive. The pill has no strong, unacceptable taste. It’s capsule afterall so it’s pretty tasteless as long as you don’t break it & swallow the powder inside.

I believe that supplements have to be taken for a mid-long term to truly show their effects. Hence, I will be finishing the whole bottle before deciding to repurchase. A bottle will cost me around $1.80 per pill; not exactly very cheap, but definitely affordable for working adults.

 

Retail price: Guardian introductory offer $109 (usual $129)

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