10 Mushroom Complex - The Immune Support and Brain Health Supplement

10 Mushroom Complex - The Immune Support and Brain Health Supplement

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This cutting-edge new formula has been fortified with ten different varieties of medicinal mushrooms, each specifically chosen for their unique health properties, as a way to provide support for your immune system and achieve maximum brain function. The super potent formula includes mushrooms like chaga, cordyceps, reishi, lion's mane, and many more. These are among the best natural sources of antioxidants and anti-inflammatories available on the market today.

Your health, both physical and mental, are among the most important things everyone needs to protect and this supplement is designed specifically to do just that. It's true, these ten mushroom selections have been used individually as medical components all over the world and for thousands of years, but only now have they been brought together in this way.

This great new supplement not only helps to boost your immune system and boost brain health, but also gives you a natural energy boost at the same time. Each capsule is vegetarian, and each ingredient brings a host of other natural benefits which we will discuss in greater detail ahead.

10 Mushroom Complex Ingredients

Cordyceps Sinensis

The earliest recorded use of this element as medicine can be found in ancient Tibetan medical texts. It has been a part of the playbook for traditional healers for thousands of years and for several diseases, but modern science has discovered it most useful as a treatment for kidney issues and immune health. The good bacteria that can be found alive inside Cordyceps Sinensis reacts with gut chemicals and works to stimulate cell activity within the entire immune system providing it with a jumpstart. It is also known to assist kidneys in the self-cleaning process and may even have properties that help to fight cancer, which is still being studied at multiple facilities around the world.

Reishi Mushroom Extract

Equally known around the world as the 'Lingzhi' Mushroom, this fan-shaped fungus tends to grow in the warmest regions of Asia. It has been a staple in Eastern medicine for centuries, but in more recent years has been hailed around the world for its incredible benefits to the human immune system. The molecules in this mushroom, whether eaten or utilized as a supplement, are known to speed up the production of white blood cells. It is these cells that have been shown to kill infections and certain types of cancers in the human body.

Shiitake Mushroom Extract

Most likely, this savory mushroom is the one that's most likely been on a menu that you've seen, but its popularity tends to go far beyond any culinary uses. Shiitake mushrooms contain several important amino acids, many of which are bio-reactive and can work to reduce inflammation and even protect against a number of types of cancer. Several of the amino acids within them can also help to reduce cholesterol levels, which provides an additional protective layer to heart health care regimen.

Lions' Mane Mushroom Extract

Found as fluffy clusters, these mushrooms have two very special compounds: hericenones and erinacines. These are core elements in the human brain and are integral to stimulating new brain cell growth and forming new synaptic connections. In fact, research has shown that Lions' Mane could help protect against diseases such as Alzheimer, but even healthy individuals who take it as a regular supplement may receive those incredible mental-boosting effects. Lastly, it has also been shown to diminish anxiety and depression levels while also increasing cognitive function and responses.

Maitake Mushroom Extract

The highly beneficial beta-glucan polysaccharides contained in the dense, leathery gills of this mushroom have been shown to activate natural disease killer (NK-T) cells.5 These are the cells our bodies already have and utilizes to combat infections. By regularly consuming maitake, the human body could have continuously higher levels of these essential cells. Also, like most members of the fungi family, Maitake is shown to be naturally high in antioxidants in study after study.

Trametes versicolor (Turkey Tail) Extract

These potent mushrooms tend to bloom in bright, wide fans which look a lot like big, feathered bird tails giving it its well-deserved nickname, Turkey Tail Mushrooms. That may not want you to take this variety of fungus very seriously but they won't make you sleepy like those Turkeys on Thanksgiving. As a matter of fact, Turkey Tail mushrooms are known to have polysaccharide-K (also known as PSK) which is a critical part of what it takes to stimulate and activate the immune response.6 Put that together with its natural powers as an antioxidant and you end up with something that is definitely no Turkey.

Inonotus Obliquus (Chaga) Extract

Often classified as a parasite, the Chaga fungus can only be found feasting on living birch trees in a small number of cool climates. Numerous studies have shown that it can reduce inflammation throughout the body, as well as increase immune response time.7 Although its outward appearance can be far from inviting and its exterior tough to penetrate, the fleshy interior is excellent when it comes to drying and grating. One the downside, these mushrooms can be hard to cultivate in large quantities, as they tend to be heavily dependent on the specific conditions in the place where they grow.

Agaricus blazei (Royal Sun Agaricus) Extract

Mushrooms of this type have been in wide use in eastern medicine for hundreds of years as a preventative for numerous illnesses including chronic hepatitis, high cholesterol, and diabetes.8 The total pharmacological effects of this mushroom are far from completely understood. Still, ongoing research continues to uncover more and more potential benefits.

Agaricus Bisporus (White Button) Extract

You don't need to have exotic varieties of mushrooms in order to get some benefits to your immune health. In fact this common variety provides a solid foundation upon which to build a multi-layered mushroom complex. All by itself, the white button mushroom has a lot to offer. As a matter of fact, it has been repeatedly proven effective in battling type 2 diabetes, hardening of the arteries, and preventing osteoporosis, among others things.9 Adding some to your regular menu wouldn't hurt, either.

Auricularia Auricula (Black Fungus) Extract

It might have a pretty dark sounding name but that doesn't mean that this fungus is not highly desirable. In fact, It's a close relative of the wood ear mushroom, and the two are often used in the same dishes when cooking. However, the same is not true when it comes to medicinal purposes. Specifically, the Auricularia Auricula mushroom has a prebiotic that its cousin does not have. This makes the Black Fungus far superior to most others in the family in terms of benefits to overall digestive health.10

  1. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-scientific-evidence-for-the-health-benefits-of-cordyceps/
  2. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/reishi-mushroom-benefits
  3. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/shiitake-mushrooms
  4. https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/49158-Hericium-erinaceus
  5. https://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fungi/nov2006.html
  6. https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/integrative-medicine/herbs/coriolus-versicolor
  7. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/chaga-mushroom
  8. https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/integrative-medicine/herbs/agaricus
  9. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/white-mushroom-nutrition
  10. https://www.organicfacts.net/black-fungus.html

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