Functional Mushrooms To Support Your Lifestyle
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Reishi mushroom, also known as lingzhi in China (mushroom of immortality) and mannentake (10,000 year mushroom) in Japan, receives these titles thanks to its many healing benefits and how it seems to grant longevity to its users. Like many mushrooms, reishi can offer enhancement to the immune system, it may improve cognitive abilities and also often decrease inflammation.
At first glance you may see it as burnt charcoal, but actually this is what chaga mushrooms look like. They're rich in a wide variety of minerals, vitamins, and nutrients! Chaga has been used over the centuries for boosting immunity and helping treat stomach illness. It may also improve physical performance and reduction of inflammation in the body.
Turkey Tail Mushroom
Also known as Coriolus, this mushroom gets its more common name since it looks so much like the tail of a turkey. It's been used for centuries for the help it may give in modulating the immune system, fighting infections, and aiding in better digestion.
Lion's Mane Mushroom
Named after its mane-like appearance, this mighty mushroom has long been used in Chinese medicine for boosting immunity and offering assistance in treating stomach problems. Research suggests that lion's mane may be antibacterial and has also been said to promote nerve cell function, particularly in the brain, making this shroom excellent for mental performance.
Cordyceps is favored as an adaptogenic herb in Chinese medicine. Adaptogens are often known for their ability to support the body, offering resistance to stressors and providing a boost of help for dealing with life's challenges. Many have used it to help depleted energy levels, hormonal imbalances, inflammation, and more.