Yet another wonderful product from you guys! I add it to my morning exercise juice and needless to say I already notice a difference. Thanks guys!
Loving this product, especially along with the cocotropics and Bone Broth Protein Powder! I have energy to keep up with my 2 year old and 4 month old all day. The Maca has benefited me in multiple ways, and the turmeric seems to help a bit with the inflammation in my back and joints. The cocoa powder also keeps my mood and blood pressure even and it all tastes amazing too! I am a loyal customer of this product and will be keeping it stocked in my pantry for the foreseeable future. Thank you once again Wild Foods!
love this fungi! In combo with Chaga and Lions mane I feel great energy and focus!
Very good! Mixes well
Cordyceps mushrooms were traditionally used for help with combating fatigue and general weakness.
Incorporate Wild Shrooms into your daily life to aid in promoting long term health and well-being with the power of Wild nutrition!
A Cordyceps Factoid
In 1993, a group of Chinese runners broke nine world records in the World Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Germany.
How did they pull this off?
Their coach said they regularly drank a cordyceps-based tonic.
This single promotion of this super-shroom has helped bring cordyceps into the limelight as a mushroom well worth considering.
Cordyceps Ginger Tea Recipe
8 ounces Water
1 inch piece of Orange Peel
1 inch nub of Ginger
1 tsp Raw Honey
¼ tsp Mint Extract, optional
1 tsp Wild Shroom #5 Cordyceps Mushroom Extract Powder
1. Place Orange Peel and Ginger in a small pot with the water and bring to a boil.
2. Pour into a cup with the Wild Shroom and cover to steep for 5 minutes.
3. Remove the Orange Peel and Ginger. Stir in the Honey and Mint. Sip and enjoy!
Wild Cordyceps Mushroom Resources
Wild Cordyceps Mushroom FAQ's
10:1 means 10lbs of raw material is used to produce 1lb of finished product.
1/2 TSP = 1000mg
2oz Container Servings: 56
4oz Container Servings: 112
No chemicals. Just water. It is triple water extracted.
We work with a small supplier in China. All mushrooms (other than our chaga which comes from Tibet) are grown and harvested in high altitude mountain regions of China. 80% of the world's medicinal mushrooms come from China, and almost all commercial viable ones do.
Yes! Every batch must pass COA testing to ensure safety for microbial and heavy metal content.