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Growing Stage Of Ganoderma

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Growing of Mycelium (1 week): This is the initial stage of Ganoderma cultivation. Mycelium is the root-like structure of the fungus that serves as the foundation for the growth of the mushroom. During this week-long period, the mycelium undergoes rapid expansion and colonization of the substrate, which provides the essential nutrients for its growth.

Growing of Deer Horn Ganoderma (1 Month): In this stage, the mycelium begins to transform into the distinctive form of Deer Horn Ganoderma. This transformation involves the development of characteristic antler-shaped branches, which are a unique feature of this particular Ganoderma variety. Over the course of a month, these branches continue to grow and take on their recognizable form.

Intermediate Growing Stage (2 Months): As the Deer Horn Ganoderma continues to mature, it enters the intermediate growing stage. During these two months, the mushroom further strengthens its structure and develops its bioactive compounds, which are responsible for its potential health benefits. The Ganoderma absorbs nutrients from the substrate and the surrounding environment, enhancing its therapeutic properties.

Matured Stage (3 Months): At this point, the Ganoderma has reached its full maturity. After a total cultivation period of three months, it is ready to be harvested. During this stage, the mushroom’s bioactive constituents, such as triterpenoids and polysaccharides, have reached optimal levels. These compounds are known for their potential to support various aspects of health, including immune system function and overall well-being.

Throughout these stages, DXN ensures that the cultivation process adheres to their organic methodology, avoiding the use of fertilizers, pesticides, and hormones. This careful and natural approach helps DXN Ganoderma attain its highest quality and retain its potential health benefits, making it a sought-after product in the world of herbal supplements.