Some benefits of these three mushrooms are:
Studies have demonstrated that lion’s mane helps increase Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) levels, which protects against degenerative brain diseases that contribute to memory loss. Lion’s mane can bolster our defenses by helping to stimulate gut bacteria to trigger the immune system.
In a world filled with stress and anxiety, Reishi has become one of the most popular mushrooms to help support a state of calmness. Reishi contains a potent amount of the active compound triterpene, shown in studies to help reduce stress. The triterpene found in Reishi has also been shown in studies to enhance immune system response by helping increase white blood cells’ activity in the form of natural killer cells that fight off infections.
Antioxidants minimize cell damage from free radicals, thus also minimizing oxidative stress. This makes antioxidants important for overall health. Turkey Tail mushrooms are rich in antioxidants. Mushrooms are known for a carbohydrate called polysaccharides, specifically a type called beta glucans. Beta glucans are shown to support immune health and overall wellness, as well as normal, healthy cell growth and turnover. With Turkey Tail mushrooms, this goes a step further. They are famous for containing two polysaccharides with very strong immunological values. Turkey Tail mushrooms contain something called prebiotics. Prebiotics modulate human intestinal microbiome composition. Prebiotics are, essentially, “food” for your gut microbiome. They provide the nourishment that probiotics (the good bacteria in your gut) need to flourish and grow. Your immune system is directly impacted by your gut so, in supporting your gut health, Turkey Tail mushrooms also support your immune health. Turkey Tail mushrooms help protect the liver.
Elderberry has been clinincally proven to fight the flu virus. Elder flowers supports respiratory health. Cinnamon adds flavor and a digestive aide. Comes in 8 once bottles
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