Organic Mushroom Complex Full Spectrum Vegetarian Herbal Supplement 150 Capsules Bronze 10 Mushrooms Mix


(No reviews yet) Write a Review
US $17.99
Calculated at Checkout
Adding to cart… The item has been added

Product Overview

Origin: China
Packaging: Bag
Description: Mushrooms are classified as a fungus and not a plant because they do not undergo photosynthesis. There are over 5,000 different species in North America alone and many of them are wildly popular in the culinary world. Several Eastern cultures have used mushrooms for their health promoting benefits for over 5,000 years. Over the last fifty years, scientists have begun to validate how the proteins, trace minerals, polysaccharides, amino acids, fiber, and other compounds of over 300 different mushroom species provide many health benefits such as:
Optimizing immune function
Promoting normal cellular growth
Protection against environmental stressors
Supporting your body's normal detoxification process
Preserving cellular structure
Supporting healthy gut flora
Promoting optimal digestion
In other words, mushrooms are increasingly thought to play many different roles: adaptogens, antioxidants, detoxifying agents just to name a few.
Beta Glucans & Proteoglycans
Beta glucans and proteoglycans are the primary biologically active compounds in mushroom fruit bodies and mycelia that support the immune systems of humans, and some animals, too. Beta glucans are chains of polysaccharides, and proteoglycans are special proteins, often found in connective tissue. They are great for optimal immune function without over-stimulation. The beta glucans found in mushrooms are large and complex long-chain molecules. What sets certain beta glucans apart are their unique side-branching patterns. Just like a key and lock, the beta glucan compounds in mushrooms must "fit" perfectly with cellular receptor sites to support the immune system. By binding to receptor points on cells important to the immune system, the beta glucan polysaccharide compounds can have a positive effect on your immune cells. Each individual mushroom species contributes a variety of beta glucan molecular structures. When you combine several species, you multiply the number of immune cell receptor sites that may be activated. While beta glucans have been the most studied component, mushrooms contain many other bioactive compounds and proteins that support immune function such as: alpha glucans, antioxidants, enzymes, pectins, ribonucleases, ubiquitin-like proteins, peptides, and good lectins.
The Gut-Brain-Immune System Connection
Mushrooms' complex nutritional matrix of nutrients, dietary fiber and fungal enzymes has been shown to support healthy digestion and gastrointestinal tract function, too. Mushrooms produced via fermentation have the extra-cellular digestive enzymes produced by the mycelium that can help promote optimal digestive function. A healthy digestive system is critical for breaking down food to extract and absorb the nutrients necessary for optimal health. In addition, 80% of your immune system lies in your gastrointestinal tract in the form of beneficial bacteria so if you want to help support your immune system, you must support your digestion. Your gut originates from the same type of tissue as your brain. When a fetus develops, one part of this "brain" tissue turns into his central nervous system and the other part develops into his enteric nervous system (the gut). These two systems are connected via the vagus nerve, the tenth cranial nerve that runs from your brain stem down to your abdomen. This nerve explains why your gut and your brain influence each other so powerfully. And that explains why your intestinal health can affect your mental and neurological health. Including fermented foods into your daily diet is an effective way to naturally help optimize your gut flora and support your immune system and brain health, too.
Lion's Mane
Lion’s mane mushrooms, also known as hou tou gu or yamabushitake, are large, white, shaggy mushrooms that resemble a lion’s mane as they grow. They have both culinary and medical uses in Asian countries like China, India, Japan and Korea. Lion’s mane mushrooms can be enjoyed raw, cooked, dried or steeped as a tea. Their extracts often used in over-the-counter health supplements.Lion’s mane mushrooms contain bioactive substances that have beneficial effects on the body, especially the brain, heart and gut.
Protect Against Dementia
Helps Relieve Mild Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety
May Speed Recovery from Nervous System Injuries
Protects Against Ulcers in the Digestive Tract
Reduces Heart Disease Risk
Helps Manage Diabetes Symptoms
Reduces Inflammation and Oxidative Stress
Boosts the Immune System
Lentinula edodes (Shitake) is well-known and often used in Asian cuisine and both the fruit body and mycelium of the shitake are also highly valued in Asian cultures for their health-promoting benefits. Cultivation of this mushroom has been practiced for over one thousand years dating back to at least 100 AD in China. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Shiitake was used to support a wide range of body functions. In vitro and animal research shows shitake to be useful for helping to:
Support immune function
Support normal cellular growth and development
Support liver function
Promote optimal blood circulation
Support oral health
Promote healthy cholesterol levels already in the normal range
Promote normal response to stress as an "adaptogenic"
Almost resembling a butterfly in flight, Maitake, or Grifola frondosa, is a large mushroom characterized by multiple overlapping layers. The fruit bodies and mycelia of Maitake provide immune-supporting beta glucans. Compared to extracted fractions of Maitake, the whole powdered fruit body and mycelium show a wider variety of benefits. The synergistic chemistry of Maitake's complex variety of polysaccharides, amino acids, proteins, enzymes and antioxidants contribute to its many health-promoting benefits, including:
Supports immune function
Supports normal cellular development
Promote healthy glucose levels already in the normal range, as well as a normal insulin response
Help support weight management when combined with a healthy diet and exercise
Promote healthy blood pressure levels already in the normal range
Promote skin health 
Of all the health-promoting mushrooms, Reishi or Ganoderma lucidum is not only the most revered, but also has the longest recorded history of use. Reishi is considered a "warming" ingredient in TCM. Known as a "three treasure" herb, it's thought by the Chinese to harmonize jung (life force), qi (energy), and shen (spirit). A richly colored mushroom, Reishi is found in the wild around the world, especially in subtropical regions. Active compounds are found in its fruit bodies, spores, and mycelia. Studies, including animal studies, suggest that they help:
Support immune function
Support normal cellular growth and development
Promote the body's normal detoxification processes
Support healthy blood pressure levels already in the normal range
Support liver and kidney function
Promote restful sleep
Help support optimal cellular energy
Support healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range
Promote normal response to stress as an "adaptogenic"
Support muscular and joint comfort and movement
Help support optimal neurological and psychiatric health
Promote optimal blood flow and healthy heart muscle function
If you're currently taking medication for high blood pressure, wait until you are weaned off the medication before taking Immune Support Organic Mushroom Complex.
Used for centuries for a wide variety of health-promoting properties, Cordyceps, or Cordyceps militaris, looks the least like a mushroom. It's long, slender fruit bodies and its mycelia both show important health-promoting properties. Compared to Cordyceps sinensis, researchers have found Cordyceps militaris to provide additional bioactive ingredients. It has been shown in studies, to potentially help:
Support athletic performance and energy
Support sexual function
Promote optimal circulation
Promote lung and respiratory health
Support kidney health
Support immune function
Support healthy cholesterol levels already in the normal range
Chinese herbalists believe that Cordyceps replenishes Yin and Yang Jing and acts to help the body better respond to exertion, stress, or normal aging.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a type of fungus. It mainly grows on the outside of birch trees in very cold climates. Chaga mushrooms grow wild in places like Siberia, northern Canada, Alaska, and some northern areas of the continental United States.
It actually has one of the highest ORAC scores of any food! ORAC stands for “Oxygen Radical Absorbent Capacity.” The higher the ORAC value, the better a food’s ability to protect the body from disease-causing free radicals. It also means that chaga mushrooms are one of the best sources of antioxidants, with an ORAC value of 146,700. 
Nutrient-dense superfood
Slowing the aging process
Lowering cholesterol
Lowering blood pressure
Supporting the immune system
Fighting inflammation
Lowering blood sugar
Preventing drug side effects 
Turkey Tail
The Turkey Tail, or the Trametes versicolor mushroom, with its fan-shaped, colorful overlapping layers of fruit bodies truly resembling turkey tails, is a common inhabitant in the northern forests of the world. And it also happens to have one of the longest histories of health-promoting use in China and Japan. Known for its supply of a particular type of polysaccharide PSK Turkey Tail has been widely studied. Some of its purported benefits include: 
Promotes respiratory health
May support urinary and digestive health
Supports immune health
Supports normal cellular growth 
Also known as Royal Sun Agaricus or Agaricus blazei species, Himematsutake falls into the same genus as the common button mushroom. Setting it apart from its every day cousin, Agaricus has a rich almond scent and:
Immune-supporting polysaccharides
Normal cellular growth-supporting compounds
Promotes optimal insulin response
Supports heart health
Supports liver health
Promotes optimal gastrointestinal health 
Tremella fuciformisis is also known as snow fungus. Snow fungus is a white, nearly translucent, "trembling" fungus throughout Asia and in warmer climates worldwide. The fungus gets the common name of wood ear for the way it looks on the decaying logs on which it grows. Good-quality snow fungus has a pale, yellowish-white color and a mucilagelike texture. Chinese and Japanese herbalists have used snow fungus for more than 2,000 years, primarily to increase fluids in the body, for dry coughs, and for palpitations. It has been used as a tonic herb and as a beauty enhancer to improve the complexion. 
Helping maintain the health of blood-vessel walls
Helping prevent clots and enhance circulation
Lowering cholesterol
Increasing the superoxide dismutase activity of the brain and liver.
Promoting nerve growth
Assisting with improving learning and reducing memory deficits
Supporting skin-health, including as a moisturizing agent in cosmetic preparations
Supporting the immune system
Maintaining white blood cell counts
Alleviating skin dryness and redness
Black Fungus
Black fungus, or Auricularia polytricha, is sometimes known as wood ear, cloud ear, Judas ear or tree ear. It is a mushroom that is dark brown to black and native to Asia and some Pacific islands with humid climates. It is edible and often used in Asian cooking. It is a beneficial fungus in helping with health issues for lungs, stomach and liver. 
Improves Circulation
Lowers Cholesterol
promote positive emotions and help with feelings of isolation, fear and insecurity.
Assist prevention of blood coagulation, thrombosis, and embolism. 
Bronze (10 mushrooms included, 150 capsules) 
serving size one capsule: 
 Lion's Mane  50mg
 Shiitake  50mg
 Maitake  50mg
 Reishi  50mg
 Cordyceps  50mg
 Chaga  50mg
 Turkey Tail  50mg
 Himematsutake  50mg
 Tremella  50mg
 Black Fungus  50mg
Ingredients: 50:1 extraction blend of mushrooms.
Other Ingredients: Stearic acid, colloidal silicon dioxide, and modified cellulose gum.
gluten free. Suitable for vegetarians. Contains no yeast, dairy, egg, soy or wheat. Contains no sugar, starch, salt, preservatives, or artificial color flavor or fragrance.
Concentration: 50:1
Maintenance Dose: Take 1 to 3 capsules daily with meals.
Therapeutic dose: Take 3 - 6 capsules three times daily with food.
Quantity: 150 capsules
Our organic mushroom complex provide an array of enzymes, nutrients, antioxidants and immune-supporting compounds and is:
* Cultivated using organic oats instead of rice for its substrate, adding valuable plant beta glucans and enhancing the mycelia's bioactivity.  * Some of the rare mushrooms are harvested from wild.
* Some of the rarest and most biologically active mushrooms
* Retains its potent bioactivity through carefully controlled processing methods
* Gluten-free
* Free of unhealthy levels of toxic heavy metals
* 100% Certified Organic
* Free of additives and fillers
* Vegetarian
* Non-GMO
* Manufactured to ISO9001 and GMP quality assurance
* All extracts are tested in the lab for heavy metals and toxins, pesticide residue. 


(No reviews yet) Write a Review