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Tremella has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. Due to its high polysaccharide content, it may support immune, skin, and heart health.

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Honey Mushroom

The honey mushroom is one of the largest and longest-living organisms on Earth. In fact, it is reported that the largest organism on the planet is a honey mushroom that covers over 2400 acres in Oregon, that is estimated to be up to 8650 years old! The honey mushroom has a long history of use in folk medicine throughout Eastern Europe and China. As it is very high in polysaccharides, …

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Enoki mushrooms are native to China, Japan, and Korea. These mushrooms provide a great source of B vitamins, phosphorus, iron, selenium, and calcium, as well as high levels of linoleic acid (a fatty acid), polysaccharides, and other nutritional phytochemicals and antioxidants. Thanks to this strong nutritional profile, enoki mushrooms support healthy immune, cardiovascular, nerve, and liver function.

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Artist’s Conk

The Artist’s Conk grows on dead and fallen trees in forests around the world. This mushroom is traditionally considered to have antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, they are full of additional antioxidant vitamins and minerals!

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True Tinder Polypore

True Tinder Polypore mushrooms have a long history of use – there’s even record of Greek physician Hippocrates using true tinder polypore in his practice way back in 370 BC! An amazing adaptogenic, true tinder polypore is also known in Traditional Chinese Medicine to work as an anti-inflammatory and immune booster.

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Agarikon (Laricifomes officinalis) is found in old-growth forests across Europe, Asia, and North America. It has been used as a food and traditional medicine for thousands of years! Agarikon boasts tremendous immune boosting and adaptogenic properties. Agarikon has a long history of use – so long that it was even found in the stomach of Ötzi the Iceman (from ~3200 BC!)

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With evidence of use going back over 3000 years in Asian cultures, Hiratake is a mushroom that is prized for its culinary use as well as its health boosting benefits. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), this mushroom is often used for muscle, joint and tendon relaxation, to improve blood flow and to support healthy kidney function. The may be as good for the planet as they are for your body, too! …

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Also known as the “Split-fold mushroom”, suehirotake is known for its particular polysaccharide structure, which has been used in Eastern and Western medicines to support immune health. Suehirotake is like a Super-Hero také for your immune system!

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Poria is also known as Fu Ling, and is an oft-used medicinal mushroom in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Rich in polysaccharides and antioxidant triterpenoids. Poria is treasured for being a source of pachymic acid, which is hailed as an immune booster.

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Originally from the rainforests of Brazil, blazei has a long history of use in traditional Brazilian folk medicine. Research has shown blazei has high levels of immune-boosting polysaccharides, making it especially useful for staying healthy in the modern world.

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