Adaptogens are substances that helps the body adapt to stressors. They restore balance to the body by activating or calming the physical, chemical, or biological processes that have been disrupted. They are non-toxic and generally safe for most of the population, even for long-term use.

Beta-Glucans are soluble fibers that come from the cell walls of bacteria, fungi, yeasts, and some plants. They might lower the risk for heart disease. Beta-glucans might prevent the body from absorbing cholesterol from food. They might also stimulate the immune system by increasing chemicals that prevent infections.

Chitin is the cell wall of a fungi. The chitin of the reishi is similar to the exoskeleton of a lobster.

Fruiting Body contains the cap and stem of the mushroom.

Ganoderic Acid A is a type of triterpene/triterpenoid that has been reported to exhibit antinociceptive, antioxidative, cytotoxic, hepatoprotective and anticancer activities. 

Homeostasis is the healthy state of self-regulation by biological systems that allows for survival. For example, your body has to make continual adjustments to maintain a normal temperature, blood pressure, and breathing rate.

Mycelium or mycelia is a root-like structure of a fungus consisting of a mass of branching. Fungal colonies composed of mycelium are found in and on soil.

Triterpenes or Triterpenoids are a chemical compound found naturally in animal, plants and fungi.