A lot of information can be found on the Internet about the Ganoderma mushroom and about ganoderma products. The vast majority of these page contain the positive effects of these products exclusively. But it is worth to know about the potential dangers, harmful effects.
Some side effects are normal but other one can be harmful, and it can be more harmful to the patient with continued exposure to the herb.
The most common side effects of ganoderma use in hypersensitive individuals is a red, itchy skin rash.
Low blood pressure may occur upon the utilization of ganoderma and its derivatives.
Ganoderma may increase your risk of bleeding.
Consumers Association in China: “Ganoderma spore oil does not have any therapeutic effect, not to treat cancer. ”
General side effects include dizziness, dry mouth and throat, nosebleeds and upset stomach.
Ganoderma may lower blood sugar, so people taking diabetes/hypoglycemic drugs should avoid the ganoderma.
Ganoderma extract can adversely interact with many other common herbal supplements.
Ganoderma may react with certain prescription drugs.
Ganoderma extract or other products of the genre can also cause a slight swelling in the arms or legs.
Ganoderma may result in additive effects when taken with herbs and supplements like guggul, red rice yeast, or garlic.