Cultivation

 Organic Cultivation Process 

DXN Farm applies Organic Cultivation that uses natural materials such as rice chaff and saw dust instead of traditional fertilizer, insecticide or hormone. This method provides 200 kinds of primary and secondary elements such as enzymes, coenzyme, amino acids, vitamins, carbohydrate and trace elements that can help improve the crop’s quality, quantity, growth and resistance to pest. 

Our locally produced Ganoderma takes only 3 months to harvest compared to other countries, which requires 6 months or even longer. More importantly, our Ganoderma is bursting with nutritional value and has been proven of effectiveness. 

Our factory, which has been conferred the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Certificate by The National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau from the Ministry of Health, is fully equipped with the latest and state-of-the-art machineries and laboratories to assist in quality control and product development.

The advance techniques that have been adopted in all factories were developed by our own specialist to ensure that our product quality is able to meet the international standards as stipulated by foreign and local government. Our recent award of the internationally recognized ISO 9002 Certification vouches for our success in managing a quality manufacturing system that produces exceptional quality products.

In addition, every ingredient used is of the finest quality and is derived from its natural source, making it safe for the human body. During the production stages, every single step is closely monitored and stringent measures are carried out to ensure that each product’s quality is at its best. For instance, the active elements of raw materials are preserved during the production stage so that the products will retain their natural state.

How Ganoderma Cultivation affects its health efficacy?

In ancient times, you can only find Ganoderma in deep forest and mountain cliffs. Scientific Ganoderma cultivation was not well known by then. As a very rare herb, it was very precious.

In 1970, a technician of Kyoto University Foodstuff Scientific Research Institute, Mr. Yukio Naoi, used “Spore Separation Ganoderma Cultivation Method” to successfully cultivate this fungus.

This cultivation method was introduced to China in 1975. Since the climate and soil conditions are ideal, this technique has been widely adopted. The enables more people around the world to benefit from this ancient herb.

Ganoderma growth can be grouped into:

natural growth
capsulated cultivation
log wood cultivation
Each has its own growth pattern, advantages and disadvantages.

Natural ganoderma growth
This is grown in nature, commonly known as wild Ganoderma. It depends on decomposed wooden particle of tree to form its fruit body.

However, this scarce fungus is usually found in high and steep mountain areas.

Even if someone finds it by chance, its effects are always lost due to aging. It becomes hard like leather. Furthermore, wild Ganoderma Lucidum may also be toxic if the wood is contaminated.

By then, Ganoderma spore powder in the fruit body has already been released. Hence its potency is very low. And since these fungi are haphazardly collected, quality control is impossible.

Capsulated cultivation (Vacuum packing)
Until now, this is the most popular Ganoderma cultivation method. It uses crams of wood dust and chemical materials. Such Ganoderma Lucidum has a short growth period. It can be harvested in two months.

A high productivity and low cost of this cultivation makes it highly cost effective. However, as the fungus is grown on wooden crams and chemicals, it causes much consideration by the consumer.

 In addition, such Ganoderma Lucidum are unable to take in natural sunlight, rain and essence of nature. So, its body is soft, loose and even split in shape.

The content of Organic Germanium, Triterpenes and Polysaccharides are lower. Furthermore, the most precious Ganoderma spore powder cannot be extracted.

Hence its healing effect is much lower than log wood Ganoderma Lucidum.

Log wood cultivation
Log wood Ganoderma Lucidum is cultivated on natural log wood, taking one year to harvest. The process is time consuming and requires much effort.

However, as it takes time to fully absorb sunlight and water, it has a solid and firm body. It also contains the invaluable Ganoderma spore.

The Organic Germanium, Triterpenes and Polysaccharides in log wood Ganoderma are about 6 times higher than natural and capsulated Ganoderma.

Hence the active components and medicinal values of log wood Ganoderma Lucidum cannot be matched by other Ganoderma cultivation methods.

Ganoderma for Health
Today, scientists around the world are very interested in the healing property of this ancient herb. Using advanced technology, they uncover the truth about this herb that explains why it was highly praised in ancient time.

Currently, there are many herb supplements that include Ganoderma Lucidum. Some are good but many are not effective. It depends on several important factors to get the maximum health efficacy.

Source: DXN Websites