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  • What part of the mushroom do you use?
     - We only use the fruiting body, where the bulk of the beneficial bioactive compounds are found, in higher numbers compared to mycelium. 
  • What is mycelium?
    It is the “threads” from which mushrooms grow. It breaks down matters found on the forest floor, and turns it into soil.  It is very hardy and can live for centuries, and through very diverse ecological environments.  When a good environment is present, it will grow the writing body.  Some beneficial nutrients are found in this pasty pf the fungi, but can not be separated from some non beneficial compounds. 
  • Are your mushrooms natural?
    Of course and we use no fuller, just 100% powder from the full fruiting body. 
  • What are polysaccharides?
    A long chain carbohydrate that, simply put, are the “medicinal” pert of the mushroom.
  • What are functional mushrooms?
    Unlike the common mushrooms you find at your local grocer, functional mushrooms can offer health benefits, when consumed daily.  Eastern medicine has used mushrooms for centuries to aid in digestion, cognitive thinking, increase energy, and help with diseases such as cancer and auto-immune diseases
  • What are beta-glucans?
    They are polysaccharides that occur naturally in the cell walls of functional mushrooms, such as Reishi, Turkey Tail, and Shiitake. This is one of the most beneficial compounds of functional mushrooms.
  • What makes up the fruiting body?
    Is what most people think of when they think of a mushroom and is the part you see growing. This part of the mushroom contains high concentrations of beta-glucans, triterpenes, and other special compounds like cordycepin
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