Mushroom Supplements

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Looking to harness the benefits of mushrooms in a convenient and discreet way? Well, now you can, thanks to mushroom tinctures. These handy, pocket-sized bottles come ready to use with a dropper to allow for consistent dosing.

Mushroom tinctures are made from common edible mushrooms such as lion's mane, reishi, and chaga. Available in many different varieties, they offer various potential effects, such as increased focus and energy. Not only this, but they provide convenience, discretion, and can be transported with ease, thanks to their small size.

Tinctures have been a method of herb and fungi consumption for many centuries, and although they can be produced at home, why not leave it to the experts? This will ensure the highest-quality extracts and maximum potency, allowing you to purchase and consume with confidence.

Mushroom tinctures are in stock and ready to buy. Simply take a look at what's on offer. But don't just take our word for it. Check out the reviews left by our customers to get first-hand information before you purchase.

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Lion's Mane Mushroom Tincture (Foodsporen)

No happy accident, the lion's mane mushroom's name comes from its thick, fur-like appearance. However, looks aren't everything; but with some potential energising and focus-sharpening benefits to be had, there's little wonder this humble mushroom is so popular. Now available in a handy tincture, you can take lion's mane with you everywhere you go.

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Lion's Mane Mushroom Tincture (Mushinto)

Long used in traditional Chinese medicine, the Lion's Mane mushroom is utilised for its focusing and sharpening effects—allowing them to make the most of their day. These effects can now be experienced on the go as well as at work or home with the use of this convenient tincture. Simply apply a few drops under your tongue, to your favourite foods or morning coffee, and add to your daily...

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Reishi Mushroom Tincture (Foodsporen)

The reishi mushroom has long been used in East Asia, and for some great reasons. Now, you too can experience its benefits with this handy tincture from the team at Foodsporen. Easy to use, long-lasting, and with plenty of different applications, there's very little not to love about these expertly extracted tinctures. For those looking to soothe the nerves, this is a tincture to check out.

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Reishi Mushroom Tincture (Mushinto)

The use of the Reishi mushroom can be traced back many thousands of years. Harnessed for its potential soothing and relaxing qualities, it's not hard to see why it's found a place in busy, modern times. Now it's never been easier to enjoy what the Reishi mushroom has to offer with this quick and easy to use tincture. Perfect for taking on the go and has a simply huge range of applications.

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Chaga Mushroom Tincture (Mushinto)

Long harnessed for its antioxidants and potential ability to positively affect the immune system, there's little wonder why people are still turning to the chaga mushroom for its benefits. Now, it's never been easier to sample chaga from home and on the go with this convenient tincture. Containing high-quality and expertly extracted chaga, this is just what you're looking for.

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Chaga Mushroom Tincture (Foodsporen)

The chaga mushroom is packed full of antioxidants and promotes a healthy immune system. While it is a popular mushroom for teas, you can now experience everything this fungus has to offer in a handy, versatile tincture. Whether you're on the go or looking for an easy way to dose at home, these expertly extracted tinctures are just what you're looking for.

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Chaga Mushroom Capsules (Foodsporen)

Looking to harness the power of fungi? If so, you need to add chaga to your regimen. Revered among Siberian shamans and ancient cultures of the Far North, this sclerotium houses a vast array of fascinating molecules, including triterpenes and cannabinoids! Use these skilfully extracted capsules for a potent daily hit of chaga.


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Reishi Mushroom Capsules (Foodsporen)

Reishi mushroom has stood the test of time. Ancient cultures valued the mushroom for its spiritual attributes, and many people appreciate the fungus today for the same reasons. Reishi Mushroom Capsules make it super easy to include this species in your daily regimen. Simply consume 1–2 400mg capsules each day, and discover how this fascinating fungus works for you.


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Lion's Mane Mushroom Capsules (Foodsporen)

What do you see when you think of the word "mushroom"? Probably a stem, a large cap, and some gills, right? Well, lion's mane goes against the grain when it comes to form. This stunning species features long white spines that dangle down from its fruiting body. Loaded with interesting molecules, this fungus has earned its place among the most popular on the planet.


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Which Mushroom Supplement Would Suit Me Best

Mushrooms—of all shapes, sizes, and species—are gaining mainstream popularity. But did you know that some cultures have been using mushrooms holistically for thousands of years? Revered both for their effects and unique flavours, here we discuss five very special mushroom supplements we think you should introduce into your daily regimen.

The effects of 5 amazing mushrooms

Lion’s mane, reishi, chaga, cordyceps, and turkey tail mushrooms are all believed, by some, to bear beneficial properties. Indeed, all have been used in traditional Eastern practices for thousands of years, yet only now are they becoming popular in the West.

Following these age-old beliefs, contemporary science is investigating what interactions these mushrooms may or may not have with the body. Each is currently being tested for its adaptogenic potential—its ability to reduce stress on the body. With various forms of stress inflicting a major blow on our body and mind, adaptogenic substances are only gaining in popularity.

In what follows, we examine some of the research and potential benefits surrounding these five mushrooms.

Lion's mane — researched for effects on cognition

  • Cognitive effects: A Japanese study from 2009 tested two groups of adults diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment. One group took lion’s mane for 16 weeks; the other a placebo (Mori et al., 2009).
  • Effects on mood: A 2005 Taiwanese study looked to determine the effects of lion’s mane on a mouse model of depression (Tang et al., 2005).

Reishi — studied for fatigue

  • Effects on stress: Research from 2018 sought to assess the impact of reishi mushroom on the stress hormone, cortisol (Liao et al., 2018).
  • Effects on fatigue: A randomised study from 2005 looked into reishi’s effects on fatigue (Liao et al., 2018).

Chaga — vitamin powerhouse

  • Betulinic acid: This acid is absorbed by the chaga mushroom from its host—often a birch tree. Betulinic acid has been researched in relation to numerous conditions, including inflammation and infection (Géry et al., 2018).
  • A treasure trove of nutrients: Chaga mushrooms are packed with nutrients such as B vitamins, vitamin D, potassium, zinc, and selenium.

Cordyceps — a trove of polysaccharides

  • Antioxidant potential: In 2009, mice were given cordyceps extract in order to determine its effects on the ageing process (Liao et al., 2018).
  • Contains polysaccharides: These complex carbohydrate chains are known to be easily absorbed by the body. Moreover, they have been researched in relation to fatigue and the immune system.

Turkey tail — GABA agonist?

  • Effects on mood: Turkey tail mushrooms, among others, have been investigated for their GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) content (Ramos-Ruiz et al., 2018). GABA is a naturally occurring neurotransmitter that can have a powerful effect on mood and anxiety.
  • Effects on immune system: Studies have looked into whether turkey tail could affect levels of TNF-alpha, a proinflammatory protein (Jin et al., 2018).

How best to take mushroom supplements

Taking mushroom supplements is incredibly easy. Some methods take only seconds per day, delivering all of the effects with little inconvenience. Others take a little more work but offer extra benefits, such as a delicious meal! To help you decide what works best for you, below we outline the different methods of taking mushroom supplements.

Capsules

This is a simple and easy method. Containing mushroom extract powder, doses are equal and predetermined, allowing for great consistency. Simply swallow with water and you’re done. This is probably the easiest way to take mushroom products.

Tinctures

Tinctures allow for a little versatility and can be added to food or drink. Otherwise, you can drop them straight into your mouth. Coming with a dropper for easy dosing, tinctures are another simple way to take mushroom extracts.

Powder extract

Powder extract offers versatility in exchange for the simplicity of other methods. You can make a mushroom tea or add it to a meal.

Whole

Whole mushrooms are the choice for purists and chefs. Many of these mushrooms are also delicious culinary ingredients and a real pleasure to cook with. If you fancy cooking a meal that also contains the effects these mushrooms have to offer, whole specimens are the way to go.

Buy mushroom supplements today

These mysterious fungi connect us to many different cultures, across the ages. Now, you can imbibe their effects for yourself. Choosing which mushroom to buy can be difficult. Fortunately, we have a product available that packs all five into one extract, meaning you can reap the effects of each mushroom with almost no effort!

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References:

  1. Géry, A., Dubreule, C., André, V., Rioult, J. P., Bouchart, V., Heutte, N., Eldin De Pécoulas, P., Krivomaz, T., & Garon, D. (2018). Chaga (Inonotus obliquus), a Future Potential Medicinal Fungus in Oncology? A Chemical Study and a Comparison of the Cytotoxicity Against Human Lung Adenocarcinoma Cells (A549) and Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells (BEAS-2B). Integrative Cancer Therapies, 17(3), 832–843. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534735418757912

  2. Jin, M., Zhou, W., Jin, C., Jiang, Z., Diao, S., Jin, Z., & Li, G. (2018). Anti-inflammatory activities of the chemical constituents isolated from Trametes versicolor. Natural Product Research, 33(16), 2422–2425. https://doi.org/10.1080/14786419.2018.1446011

  3. Liao, L. Y., He, Y. F., Li, L., Meng, H., Dong, Y. M., Yi, F., & Xiao, P. G. (2018). A preliminary review of studies on adaptogens: comparison of their bioactivity in TCM with that of ginseng-like herbs used worldwide. Chinese Medicine, 13(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13020-018-0214-9

  4. Mori, K., Inatomi, S., Ouchi, K., Azumi, Y., & Tuchida, T. (2009). Improving effects of the mushroom Yamabushitake (Hericium erinaceus) on mild cognitive impairment: a double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial. Phytotherapy Research, 23(3), 367–372. https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.2634

  5. Ramos-Ruiz, R., Poirot, E., & Flores-Mosquera, M. (2018). GABA, a non-protein amino acid ubiquitous in food matrices. Cogent Food & Agriculture, 4(1), 1534323. https://doi.org/10.1080/23311932.2018.1534323

  6. Tang, W., Gao, Y., Chen, G., Gao, H., Dai, X., Ye, J., Chan, E., Huang, M., & Zhou, S. (2005). A Randomized, Double-Blind and Placebo-Controlled Study of a Ganoderma lucidum Polysaccharide Extract in Neurasthenia. Journal of Medicinal Food, 8(1), 53–58. https://doi.org/10.1089/jmf.2005.8.53