Product Description

In Malaysia, Lignosus rhinocerotis (Cooke) Ryvarden is also known as ‘tiger’s milk mushroom’ in English or ‘cendawan susu rimau’ in Malay. It is considered as a unique “National Treasure” that can only be found in a small geographic region in Southern China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and Australia. According to folklore, the name is based on a story in which the relatively uncommon fungus grows on the spot where a tigress drips her milk while feeding her cubs.

In Malaysia, L. rhinocerotis is the most popular medicinal mushroom used by the indigenous communities of Peninsular Malaysia4. The benefits of its underground tuber or sclerotium (where most of the nutritional and medicinal components are deposited) compared to its basidiocarp are well documented.

According to the ethnopharmacological reports, the sclerotium is sliced, boiled and drunk as an effective tonic for overall wellness and to treat several ailments including

fever,

cough,

asthma,

chronic hepatitis,

gastric ulcer,

cancer, and

food poisoning 

Ingredients

Tiger's Milk Mushroom Powder

What Are The Benefits?

- Respiratory tract & lung protection

- Relieve respiratory systems

- Anti-asthmatic 

- Enhance Immunity

- Anti-inflammatory

- Antioxidant

Who Needs Tiger's Milk  Mushroom?

o Students

o Teachers

o Senior Citizens

o Lack of Immunity

o Coughing Person

o Night Owls

o Vegetarian

Recommended Usage

Use ½ to 1 teaspoon per time

- It can be consumed directly or incorporated into meals or beverages such as coffee, tea, milk, fruit juice, hot water, morning cereal, porridge, etc

Storage Suggestions

Store in a cool and dry place

Shelf Life

2 years

Place of Origin

Malaysia


Malaysia

Ganofarm R&D Sdn Bhd

Product Description

In Malaysia, Lignosus rhinocerotis (Cooke) Ryvarden is also known as ‘tiger’s milk mushroom’ in English or ‘cendawan susu rimau’ in Malay. It is considered as a unique “National Treasure” that can only be found in a small geographic region in Southern China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and Australia. According to folklore, the name is based on a story in which the relatively uncommon fungus grows on the spot where a tigress drips her milk while feeding her cubs.

In Malaysia, L. rhinocerotis is the most popular medicinal mushroom used by the indigenous communities of Peninsular Malaysia4. The benefits of its underground tuber or sclerotium (where most of the nutritional and medicinal components are deposited) compared to its basidiocarp are well documented.

According to the ethnopharmacological reports, the sclerotium is sliced, boiled and drunk as an effective tonic for overall wellness and to treat several ailments including

fever,

cough,

asthma,

chronic hepatitis,

gastric ulcer,

cancer, and

food poisoning 

Ingredients

Tiger's Milk Mushroom Powder

What Are The Benefits?

- Respiratory tract & lung protection

- Relieve respiratory systems

- Anti-asthmatic 

- Enhance Immunity

- Anti-inflammatory

- Antioxidant

Who Needs Tiger's Milk  Mushroom?

o Students

o Teachers

o Senior Citizens

o Lack of Immunity

o Coughing Person

o Night Owls

o Vegetarian

Recommended Usage

Use ½ to 1 teaspoon per time

- It can be consumed directly or incorporated into meals or beverages such as coffee, tea, milk, fruit juice, hot water, morning cereal, porridge, etc

Storage Suggestions

Store in a cool and dry place

Shelf Life

2 years

Place of Origin

Malaysia


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