You know, I haven’t had reishi in donkeys. Don’t ask me why because I don’t know. But I have to tell you that I’ve been adding it in to my smoothies the last three days and have noticed something. Actually, I’ve noticed a few things. Not only have I noticed a few things, I’ve also made up a few things about Reishi. Think about this post as ‘All the things you ever wanted to know about Reishi or wanted someone to make up about Reishi but were too afraid to ask’.
Reishi poweder goes really rather well with cacao. If it doesn’t have cacao mixed in with it, forget it. I’d rather eat dog poo.
Reishi root can be used to make tea. It tastes rank. See above.
Reishi makes me feel AMAZING. About half an hour after consuming it, I’m an all singing, all dancing, hippy happy love machine. True.
Reishi makes me dance 47% better. Scientifically tested.
Reishi will help you tidy your flat.
Reishi will not help you clean the toilet.
Reishi will make you live to a billion years old. Even if there’s no planet left in a billion years, you’ll still be here, able to breathe without the planet and everything!
Reishi looks like a giant ear. It probably helps ears in some weird way, you know, Doctrine of Signatures and all that.
Reishi makes you hear better. You can hear a midge go to the toilet from half a mile away.
Reishi makes you make things up.
Reishi makes you feel spacey. Which rhymes. Kind of.
Reishi rhymes with crazy. Kind of. Case in point.
Reishi might be the only known deterrent to the lizard people. They don’t dig mushrooms. Plus they’re not very good at making smoothies. Don’t have the opposable thumbs, see?
Reishi has been known to make people INVISIBLE.
Reishi would be a great name for a child. Someone have a child and call him or her Reishi, I insist.
Amazing stuff, right?
For more serious (and boring) information about Reishi, check out this website.
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This blog was written by Raw Food Scotland's previous owner, Emma Calvert. You can reach her at her new website, https://missmanifestation.com/