Anti-oxidant AND Aphrodisiac?!

Medicinal mushrooms, typically attached to trees or their roots, are some of the most powerful herbs in the world.   The CORDYCEPS mushroom gained fame when Chinese Olympic athletes in 1992 credited their successes to their ingestion of this mushroom. A … Continue reading

How Many Enzymes?!

Although most medicinal mushrooms are too tough to eat, native peoples discovered that when boiled, a rich tea with health strengthening effects and antimicrobial properties could be made.  SHIITAKE mushrooms, eaten for nearly 6000 years, contain more than 50 different … Continue reading

Natural Killer Cells?!

Early on, indigenous peoples discovered medicinal mushrooms were exceptionally good at preventing and curing infection. The medicinal properties of the MAITAKE mushroom have been studied since the mid 1980?s and studies have shown MAITAKE to have anti-tumor, anti-diabetic and anti-viral … Continue reading

Mushroom of Immortality?!

Medicinal mushrooms are said to profoundly improve the quality of human health. Known as the mushroom of immortality, the REISHI mushroom dates back over 4000 years.  Long-term use is said to influence sleep-promoting factors as it increases slow-wave sleep. Researchers … Continue reading