Reported by Dr. Yoshinori Imanishi of the Imanish Gynecology and Obstetrics Hospital
The writer, who is an OB-GYN specialist, prescribed Ganoderma Lucidum to women patients who had menstrual cramps, dizziness, irregular menstruation, menopause disturbances and difficulty in becoming pregnant.
There were three cases which had positive results...
A 46 year old woman took Ganoderma Lucidum for one month when her dizziness and shoulder pain was relieved.
A pregnant woman had tightness in her chest and no appetite. After treatment with this herb, her condition improved.
One woman with a physiological disorder was married for many years without conceiving. After taking Ganoderma Lucidum for three months, she became pregnant.
There are two cases where positive results were obtained from combining Ganoderma Lucidum and herbal medicines. In the first case, serious dizziness and shoulder pain was relieved in three months. In the second case, abdominal pain was reduced.
This herb can relieve postpartum symptoms, acting as a hemocatharsis, diuretic and detoxicant.
When a daughter becomes pregnant, her parents may wonder if it is safe to give her Ganoderma Lucidum. The expectant mother may become moody, especially for the first pregnancy.
During pregnancy, women are quite sensitive to outer stimulation, both mentally and physically. Though it is a natural phenomenon, most women have difficulty adapting.
During this period, taking Ganoderma Lucidum may act as a hemocatharsis, diuretic, and detoxicant and will allow the fetus to develop normally. This herb may also help woman who is difficult to get pregnant or who had habitual abortion before.
Prof. Kanata of Tohoku University believes that taking this herb can strengthen sexual ability of both the male and female, intensifying the activity of spermatozoa and regulating ovulation of the female.
Information of different sources reveals that Ganoderma Lucidum may be thought of as "friend of the female". It should be considered a required supplement for women.
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