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Mushroom extracts

Updated: Dec 16, 2023




Which one does what?! Help, I forgot! We understand so here's a quick synopsis of each. Chinese Medicine, as well as many other cultures around the world have been using mushrooms for thousands of years. If you want to take a deep dive into all of the benefits that mushrooms are reported to have, Google, can help. We recommend only using sites that are reputable: Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Med MD etc...I've included some interesting links at the bottom.

Lions Mane: Works on the neurological health of the brain and nervous system. Benefits include: Focus, Memory, May slow neurological disease progression in things like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and MS. Shown to regrow nerve cells and reduce nerve inflammation. Reishi: Works on the heart and circulatory system. Called the Mushroom of Immortality in Chinese Medicine. Benefits include: Immune booster, anti-inflammatory, heart health, lung inflammation, liver issues, and may have some anti-cancer properties. Focusses on the liver and up and may help with memory loss as well. Also shown to protect against breast cancer. Turkey Tail: Works on the liver and down. Benefits include: Best immune system booster, liver health, gall bladder, kidneys, bowels, and prostate. Has been shown to have significant anti-cancer properties, particularly for the prostate and pancreas.


Oyster: Works on Cholesterol levels and blood sugar. Benefits include: Lowering bad cholesterol, lowering blood sugar, and leveling insulin response.


Cordyceps:

Works on blood oxygen levels and kidney health.

Benefits include: Increases blood oxygen saturation levels, Increases stamina, energy, and muscle recovery after exercise.

Has been shown to improve kidney health by helping to eliminate pharmaceutical build up in the kidneys.


Dosage:

Start with a couple of drops under the tongue or in a drink, such as coffee, or juice. After 2 to 3 days, increase to one dropper full.

If taking more than one mushroom, start with one. Take a couple of drops under the tongue, or in coffee or juice. After 2 to 3 days, increase to one dropper full. Take that for a couple of days.

Then add in a second mushroom extract, by putting a couple of drops of that one, in with the extract/ drink mixture you’re already using. (Or under your tongue, if that’s your preferred way of taking them,) After 2 to 3 days, increase to a full dropper of the second one, as well.

Continue the same regimen with each additional mushroom extract type. *We are not Doctors, and are not offering medical advice. If you are on any medications you should check with your Dr. before taking anything.

https://www.mayoclinichealthsystem.org/hometown-health/speaking-of-health/mushrooms-make-healthy-meal-magic https://cancer.umn.edu/mncctn/news/minnesota-cancer-clinical-trials-network-funds-reishi-mushroom-study-breast-cancer https://www.forbes.com/health/body/health-benefits-of-lions-mane/ https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/oyster-mushroom-benefits#2.-Source-of-antioxidants https://www.uclahealth.org/news/turkey-tail-mushrooms-act-as-nonspecific-immune-modulators https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3909570/


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