The Magic of Medicinal Mushrooms
Maitake,Chaga and Turkey Tail mushrooms are responsible for the immune boosting properties. The maitake mushroom has been shown to support the immune system by supporting healthy white blood cell activity and production. Chaga mushroom helps to regulate the production of cytokine—specialized proteins that regulate the immune system. This may help your body’s inflammatory response. Chaga mushroom has the ability to support a healthy inflammatory response, helping our immune system to work at optimal levels. Turkey Tail contains a wide variety of phenol and flavonoid antioxidants which help your immune system by promoting a healthy inflammatory response.
Nature offers us natural solutions for maintaining healthy energy in the form of mushrooms. People use cordyceps sinensis as a tonic to restore health, or as an adaptogen, which is used to increase energy, and enhance stamina. Cordyceps helps the body utilize oxygen more efficiently and enhance blood flow during exercise. Cordyceps have been shown to not only improve energy and athletic performance, but also speed up post-workout muscle recovery. Royal Sun Agaricus contain special types of polysaccharides known as beta glucans. Studies show that beta glucan stimulates the activity of “natural killer cells” which are a vital part of the immune system, and help to promote cellular health.
Mental Clarity Aid
By supporting neurons in the brain, mushrooms support mental clarity. Lion’s Mane is said to have been used as a tea for thousands of years by Buddhist monks to enhance brain power, and heighten their ability to focus during meditation. Lion's mane may benefit older adults to support a healthy cognitive function throughout the natural aging process. Reishi have been known to be a powerful brain tonic, that's used to energize and enhance your mood, plus support concentration. They help nerves and neurons have a healthy response to inflammatory reactions, which can help with brain fog.