Ancient Chinese Ganoderma history
The ancient Chinese Ganoderma lucidum culture "Ganoderma lucidum" has been sublimated from the biological sense of Ganoderma lucidum to the Ganoderma lucidum in the cultural concept in ancient China. It not only shows its natural attributes, but also focuses on expressing its social attributes. It is the humanity of human and nature communication. The product, so the pursuit is a godlike rather than a similar.
Yucheng in the city of Yucheng, Yucheng, is said to be the place where the highest weight of the Kunlun Mountains is built, also known as Yujing. It is the ruler of the Western Queen Mother, where the immortals live. Among them, there are about 12,000 kinds of Ganoderma lucidum, which are cultivated by the immortals. What this futuristic shows is the scene in which the gods use the dragon to plow the ground to plant the ganoderma lucidum.
Legend has it that the snake white lady was drunk and revealed the original shape of the snake and scared Xu Xian. The white lady died and went to the Kunlun Mountain to steal the Lingzhi Xiancao to save Xu Xian. This picture tells the story of Bai Niangzi’s fight in the Kunlun Mountains, the death of the crane, the nine deaths, and finally stealing the Ganoderma lucidum grass, so that Xu Xian can be brought back to life.
The Emperor and the Yellow Emperor of the ancient times were honored as the ancestors of the Chinese nation and outstanding contributors to the Chinese civilization. Yandi is Shennong, and is the founder of Chinese farming culture. Legend has it that Shennong tasted the herb and said "Shen Nong's Materia Medica" to teach people to take medicine and treat diseases. Huang Di is Xuanyuan, and there are many inventions, such as teaching people cooked food, clothing crowns and so on. In accordance with the "Yin Fu Jing", he ruled the country and the people, and the people lived and worked in peace. Ancient records such as "Road History": Shennong was given to the Kunlun by the red pine, and Xuanyuan was given to the mountain by the Guangchengzi. The sculpture is designed according to this.
Shou Xing, surnamed Qian, and famous, also known as Peng Zu, Lao Shou Xing, and Nanji Xian Weng, are well-known images of healthy longevity in China. He is a child of peace, kindness, fame and fortune, and pursuing simplicity. Yin Wang asked him to be the minister, and he categorically refused. He often takes Ganoderma lucidum and other things. It is said that he is still young and fascinating when he is 760 years old. He carried the gourd medicine with him for the sick.
In the Warring States Period, during the Jin Dynasty, Ge Hong proposed the theory of immortality that can be learned by the gods, shortening the distance between the world of the gods admired by the world and the earthly world, and thinking that as long as you learn the art of refining, you can live forever and become a fairy. In the Taoist classics and the folklore of the time, there were many stories of serving Ganoderma lucidum and becoming immortal. In fact, the medicinal value of Ganoderma lucidum has been recognized by people since then. The most typical one is that after Qin Shihuang unified the six countries, in order to live forever, he sent Xu Fushi (Taoist alchemist, proficient in astronomical geography) with 3000 pairs of boys and girls to go to the East China Sea Pazhou to find the grass, and brought a lot of seeds. And tools. Now there is a mark on the shore of Xu Fu in Japan. There is a Xufu Temple and a 50-year anniversary to commemorate Xu Fu. They think that Xu Fu is the ancestor of the Japanese.
After Qin Shihuang unified the "six countries", he looked for medicines for immortality. Fang Shi Xu Fu reported that the East China Sea Penglai, Abbot, Pazhou Sanxian Mountain has a fairy medicine, can grow immortal after eating. Qin Shihuang was overjoyed. In 219 BC and 201 BC, Xu Fu led 3,000 boys and girls to take the fairy medicine. This giant relief is divided into five parts, which are connected by a cloud of Ganoderma lucidum.
Under the control of the mysterious superstitions in the Han Dynasty, many anomalies in nature were said to be Ruiying. Ganoderma lucidum, like mascots such as Kirin and Phoenix, is also known as "Ruizhi" or "Ruicao". The feudal rulers at the time believed that the emergence of Ganoderma lucidum was a tribute to them. When Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, the palace was in disrepair, and the ganoderma-like fungi were grown on the eaves. The ministers said to the Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty that this is because the emperor's merits are infinite, so the blessings of the gods will grow the ganoderma. Han Wudi was very happy after listening to it, ordered the folk tribute to Ganoderma lucidum, and raised the enthusiasm for collecting and tribute Ganoderma lucidum.
Han Palace Zhirui
According to legend, in the time of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, the palace was in disrepair, and the Ganoderma lucidum grew on the eaves. The imperial court ministers said to the Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty that this is because the emperor’s merits are infinite, so the gods will be blessed to grow the Ganoderma lucidum. After the Han Wudi listened, he was very happy. He ordered the folks to tribute to Ganoderma lucidum, so he raised the enthusiasm for collecting and tribute Ganoderma lucidum. What we are seeing now is the grand scene of the Wenwu Baiguan who offered the Ganoderma lucidum to the Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty.
In the long years of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Ganoderma lucidum has always been the protagonist of traditional art. In addition to the classics, poems, paintings, sculptures and other works related to Ganoderma lucidum, there are many mythological stories such as "Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea" and "Ma Gu Xian Shou". Ganoderma lucidum, as a health supplement, began after Ge Hong refined the ganoderma lucidum into a medicinal herb.