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Complex 6 Mushrooms – 150ml

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Mushrooms have been used for their medicinal purposes for thousands of years.

Medicinal mushrooms offer a range of benefits, including immune system support, anti-inflammatory properties and potential cancer-fighting abilities. They are rich in antioxidants and nutrients, promoting overall health and well-being. Some are also known to enhance cognitive function and reduce stress.

Here are some additional benefits of mushrooms:

  1. Immune Support: Many medicinal mushrooms, such as reishi, shiitake, and maitake, contain compounds that can enhance the immune system. Beta-glucans, polysaccharides, and other bioactive compounds found in these mushrooms may help modulate the immune response, making them potentially useful in fighting infections and supporting overall immune health.
  2. Anti-inflammatory Properties: Certain mushrooms, like turkey tail and lion’s mane, contain compounds that exhibit anti-inflammatory effects. These properties may help reduce inflammation in the body, which is linked to various chronic diseases and conditions.
  3. Antioxidant Activity: Medicinal mushrooms are rich in antioxidants, such as phenols and flavonoids, which can help neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. This antioxidant activity may help protect cells from oxidative damage and reduce the risk of chronic diseases, including cancer and heart disease.
  4. Stress Reduction and Adaptogenic Effects: Adaptogenic mushrooms like reishi and cordyceps are believed to help the body adapt to stress and support overall well-being. They may help regulate the body’s stress response, promote relaxation, and improve resilience to stressors.
  5. Brain Health and Cognitive Function: Some mushrooms, particularly lion’s mane, have been studied for their potential cognitive benefits. Compounds found in lion’s mane mushrooms may stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF) production, which could support brain health, enhance cognitive function, and potentially protect against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.
  6. Cardiovascular Health: Certain mushrooms, such as shiitake and oyster mushrooms, may help promote heart health by lowering cholesterol levels, improving blood circulation, and supporting healthy blood pressure levels.
  7. Digestive Health: Medicinal mushrooms like reishi and turkey tail contain prebiotic fibers that can nourish beneficial gut bacteria, promoting a healthy gut microbiome. This may support digestive health and improve overall gut function.
  8. Antimicrobial and Antiviral Properties: Some mushrooms exhibit antimicrobial and antiviral properties, which may help fight infections caused by bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Compounds like beta-glucans found in these mushrooms may enhance the body’s natural defense mechanisms against microbial invaders.

 

Incorporating mushrooms into your daily routine can be a natural way to support various aspects of health and well-being.

This Complex 6 contains Chaga, Cordyceps, Shiitake, Reishi, Lions mane and Maitake.

 

Below is some more information about each individual mushroom :

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)

Chaga has long been revered in traditional medicine for its immune-enhancing, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties, and is believed to support immune function, combat oxidative stress, reduce inflammation, and promote digestive health. Its potential anticancer properties have also garnered attention, with research suggesting its ability to inhibit cancer cell growth and induce apoptosis.

Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis):

Cordyceps mushrooms are prized for their adaptogenic properties, meaning they may help the body adapt to stress and support overall well-being. They contain compounds like cordycepin and polysaccharides that may enhance energy levels, improve exercise performance, and support respiratory health.

Shiitake (Lentinula edodes):

Shiitake mushrooms are rich in polysaccharides, including beta-glucans, which have been studied for their immune-modulating and anti-inflammatory properties. They also contain compounds like eritadenine, which may help support cardiovascular health by lowering cholesterol levels and improving blood circulation.

Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus):

Lion’s mane mushrooms are gaining attention for their potential cognitive benefits. They contain compounds like hericenones and erinacines, which may stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF) production and support brain health, memory, and cognitive function.

Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum):

Reishi is known as the “mushroom of immortality” in traditional Chinese medicine due to its long history of use for promoting longevity and vitality. It contains bioactive compounds like beta-glucans, triterpenoids, and polysaccharides that are believed to support immune function, reduce inflammation, and promote relaxation and stress reduction.

Maiitake (Grifola frondosa):

Maitake mushrooms are known for their immune-enhancing properties and are often used to support overall immune health. They contain beta-glucans and other polysaccharides that may stimulate immune cell activity and help the body fight infections.

 

Directions of use : It is always a good idea to take any kind of detox/healing slow. Start off with 1-2 sprays a day, under the tongue, for some days and see how the body feels. This can slowly be increased every couple of weeks, until you feel like you have reached the right amount for your body. For some, 5 sprays either orally is the most their body can handle. For others, they may be on 15-20 sprays. So for everyone, the dosage will vary. When detoxing/healing, it is also not uncommon to experience herxheimer reactions which are short term detoxification reactions in the body. This is often the case when the user is not well hydrated or eating well. When doing any kind of detoxing, it’s essential that you are eating and drinking as well as possible, and also as active as can be, getting that lymphatic system moving. Good to use for atleast 3-6 months. After this, some continue to use a spray a day or every other day, and others stop for a few months and then start again, so very flexible ways to use.

Through customers feedback, we’ve also discovered that this works better when used along side Mag dose, everyday, using that as a foot massage oil before bed.
For an adult, 10-20 sprays under each foot before bed.
5-10 sprays for a child.

Ingredients: Pure water, frequencies of Chaga, Cordyceps, Shiitake, Reishi, Lions mane and Maitake.

Disclaimer:

We do not make any claims for any of our products, and results vary from person to person.

Information contained on the site is intended for educational purposes only, and should not be substituted for medical advice from a doctor or healthcare provider.

If you feel better after using our products, its totally coincidental 🙂

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