Eight medicinal mushrooms in ONE ultimate tincture
Wild Harvested Organic Chaga, Wild Harvested Organic Reishi, Wild Harvested Organic Turkey Tail, Wild Harvested Organic Birch Polypore, Wild Harvested Organic Artist Conk, Wild Harvested Red Belted Conk, Organic Lion's Mane, Organic Cordyceps, Water & Alcohol
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
1-2 full droppers in any beverage
1-2 times a day
Prime and full-grown Chaga, Cordyceps, Reishi, turkey tail mushroom, Artist conk, Birch Polypore, Lion's mane, and Red Belted Conk, all eight medicinal mushrooms, concentrated in ONE bottle. If you’re going to buy an herbal product to boost your whole-body health, this is IT.
Artists Conk Ganoderma applanatum is known to be extremely high in β-glucans. Underrated, but not understudied, this Ganoderma mushroom species has been proven to effectively increase white blood cell production in mammals and fish.
Birch Polypore Fomitopsis betulina modern pharmacological studies have confirmed its potential benefits, indicating significant antimicrobial, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective activities. This is the mushroom found on ancient iceman. Read more about the Birch Polypore here.
Chaga mushroom Inonotus obliquus is believed to fight inflammation, lower blood sugar, reduce blood pressure, alleviate arthritis, and even prevent or slow the progression of cancer.
Cordyceps mushrooms Cordyceps Sinensis, have been shown to have anti-aging properties, the potential to treat cancer, benefit heart health, and improve measures of exercise performance. Cordyceps may keep blood sugar levels within a healthy range by mimicking the action of insulin.
Lion's Mane Hericium Erinaceus is gaining popularity for the promising studies on brain health, which may be beneficial in the treatment of anxiety and depression. May help digestive health by fighting inflammation, control blood sugar levels as well as help boost the immune system.
Red Belted Conk Fomitopsis Pinicola, considered a digestive tonic, this mushroom is thought to relieve inflammation of gastrointestinal tissues. Red belted polypore is also indicated for immune system stimulation and antihistamine qualities.
Reishi mushroom Ganoderma lucidum is one of the best medicinal mushrooms out there. It is known to enhance immune function through its effects on white blood cells, which help fight infection and cancer. Additionally, reishi has been shown to improve heart health, help decrease anxiety and depression, and lower blood sugar level.
Turkey Tail Trametes Versicolor, is recognized by the FDA to fight disease, it's packed with antioxidants, contains components such as polysaccharopeptide and Coriolus Versicolor glucan that may suppress the growth of certain types of cancers, may positively impact gut bacterial balance by enhancing the growth of beneficial bacteria while suppressing harmful species.
What is a tincture? A tincture is an alcoholic derivative herb. Tinctures are effective in extracting the medicinal components and preserving them for longer periods of time. Tinctures are also simple to use and easily absorbed by the body. This tincture is about 65 percent water extracted and 35 percent alcohol extracted, “Dual extracted” providing the best of both worlds to fully extract all the bio-active compounds found in the fungi.
This is a great product to add to tea or coffee to get the FULL effect of the herb.
Store in a cool dark place for up to two years
SUGGESTED CONSUMPTION LIMITS:
There are no known side effects
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