Reishi Mushroom Extract

Reishi Mushroom Extract

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The Reishi Mushroom is native to eastern Asia and has been used in traditional medicine in China, Japan and Korea. Over the last 30 years a number of scientific studies have noted it’s role as a ‘normalising’ mushroom. Essentially, Reishi helps balance the body by acting as a detoxifier and modulator of the immune, nervous and circulatory systems. As a super food, it is considered to be an all-rounder in that it is not used to give any one area a big boost, but rather to help the body level out all of its functions, and as such give a soft lift to all of our natural systems and processes, which can benefit our energy levels, sleep patterns, digestive absorption and mental focus.

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Instead of creating another capsule supplement or powdered coffee, The Mushroomist have gone one step further and used their unique symbiosis of professional mushroom cultivators backed by a medicinal herb extraction laboratory to create a tonic which condenses the strength of Reishi into an easy to absorb liquid, with each pipette equivalent to roughly 3 servings of an equivalent coffee mix or capsule.

By cultivating, harvesting and extracting the mushrooms themselves, the team at The Mushroomist can maintain control over every part of the production process, which ensures their products contain only the freshest, purest, and strongest sustainably produced extract available.

Stabilised and flavoured with organic maple syrup, this extract comes in a 30ml pipette cap bottle which is made from high-quality Miron-glass. Unlike normal glass, this allows only ultraviolet and infrared light to pass through it, and as a result, the active components degenerate much slower and your tonic is kept as potent as possible.

Designed to be used as a dietary supplement, we recommend using 1-2 pipettes of extract daily. This condensed liquid delivery system allows fast and full absorption, with the body using 98% of the extract, as opposed to 40-50% absorption rates for capsules or tablets.