Hesitant to step into the realm of medicinal mushrooms? what if we unveiled to you that these unassuming fungi hold the key to an entirely renewed sense of well-being? here some facts

Meet Our Mushrooms

Lion's Mane


Also know as the smart mushroom, Lion’s Mane contains several important compounds – including hericenones, Dilinoleoyl-phosphatidylethanolamine (DLPE), amyloban, amycenone,3-Hydroxyhericenone F,Hericenes, Hericerins, and erinacerins, all which stimulate the production of Nerve Growth Factor.

  • Promotes mental clarity, focus and memory
  • Promotes gut health
  • Helps support a healthy mood
  1. Cognitive Decline
  2. Neuropathy
  3. Depression and Anxiety
  4. Digestive Disorders
  5. Neurodegenerative Diseases
  6. Nerve Injuries
  7. Inflammation-related Conditions
  8. Autoimmune Disorders
  9. Stress Management
  10. General Cognitive Enhancement




Cordyceps has been used for over 1,000 years in China, where it is recognized as a national treasure, and ingested as a tonic. Cordyceps are also rich in a compound called cordycepin. It is chemically similar to adenosin - a neurotransmitter found in the cells in the body that support bodily functions, such as healthy response to occasional stress and energy levels.

  • May support cellular energy and endurance
  • May support your body's response to occasional stress
  • May support lung capacity and oxygen uptake
  • Has been used to support athletic performance
  1. Elevated Energy Levels
  2. Libido Boost
  3. Stress Resilience
  4. Enhanced Endurance
  5. Vitality Support
  6. Athletic Performance Aid
  7. Lung Health
  8. Oxygen Uptake Enhancement
  9. Cellular Energy Boost
  10. Natural Stamina Enhancement

“Cordyceps is a tonic that you can use to boost kidney function, enhance yang (active energy), improve lung health, and manage chronic cough and breathlessness. From a modern pharmacological and nutritional science perspective, it is potentially anti-aging and anti-tumor, effective in managing type 2 diabetes, improving heart health, and helping to reduce inflammation.”

Brandon Yew





Reishi has been used for over 2,000 years in the traditional Chinese medicine. It's known for its ability to bolster vitality, enhance longevity, and fortify the immune system. Reishi contains 1,3 and 1,6 beta glucans that help our bodies produce immune cells and vital proteins, thus forging a robust and healthy immune response.

  • Provides immune support
  • May help support seasonal transitions
  • Supports the body’s response to occasional stress
  • May support cardiovascular healthReinforcing Immunity: Reishi's Immune-Boosting Potential
  1. Immune Fortification
  2. Seasonal Balance
  3. Stress Resilience
  4. Energy Renewal
  5. Heart Health
  6. Liver Support
  7. Respiratory Wellness
  8. Sleep Aid
  9. Antioxidant Boost
  10. Aging Gracefully



Chaga is trending and for good reason - it contains 1,3 / 1,6 Beta-glucans, triterpenoids, polyphenols, and other essential vitamins and minerals to help support overall wellness.

What makes Chaga really unique is the large amount of the pigment melanin, which promotes protection from UV radiation.

  • May help support the immune system
  • May help support overall skin health
  • Has shown anti-inflammatory activity
  1. Anti-Inflammatory Ally
  2. Beta-Glucan Powerhouse
  3. Triterpenoid Treasure
  4. Polyphenol Boost
  5. Vitamin and Mineral Source
  6. Melanin's Shield
  7. Immune System Support
  8. Skin Health Partner
  9. Inflammation Fighter
  10. Evidence and Exploration



Maitake fruiting bodies contain 1,3 / 1,6 beta-glucans, Phosphatidylinositol (supports vital protein health), Phosphatidylserine and Phosphatidic acid, Trehalose, Nucleotides and other compunds essnetial to optimal cellular-level functions.

  • May provide metabolic support
  • May support healthy cell turnover
  • May support body's resilience to stress
  • Supports nervous system, neuronal health, healthy aging
  • Supports healthy energy and cell function

  1. Metabolic Support
  2. Healthy Cell Turnover
  3. Stress Resilience
  4. Nervous System Support
  5. Neuronal Health
  6. Healthy Aging
  7. Energy and Cell Function
  8. Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Turkey Tail


Turkey Tail mushroom is one of the most widely studied mushrooms in today’s world.

Studies have found they may support the immune system, including T cells that serve as a bridge between the innate and adaptive immune functions.

Turkey Tail contain plenty of prebiotic fiber which supports healthy flora that resides within our digestive tract. Since so much of your immune system lives in your gut, Turkey Tail may support them both.

  • Gut Health and Digestive Support
  • Immune Support
  1. Immune System Enhancement
  2. Inflammation Reduction
  3. Cancer Prevention
  4. Antiviral and Antibacterial Support
  5. Flu Prevention
  6. Heart Health Improvement
  7. Anxiety Reduction
  8. Digestive Wellness
  9. Immune-Gut Connection
  10. Holistic Health Support

“turkey tail benefits the Liver, Spleen, and Lung meridians. It strengthens the Spleen and removes Dampness, relieves cough and breathlessness, and clears Heat and toxins. It also contains anti-cancer properties.” 

Dr. Lim Sock Ling




Shiitake mushrooms contain the highest levels of B vitamins compared to any other mushroom - the vitaming that turns food into energy to fuel and power us through the day. It is also rich with other nutrients such as Copper, Folate, Manganese, Niacin, Riboflavin, Selenium, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D and Zinc.

  • Helps maintaining homeostasis & resisting stress
  • May increase energy & metabolism
  • Rich in nutriens & promotes overall health
  1. Immune System Enhancement
  2. Energy Boost
  3. B Vitamin Enrichment
  4. Metabolic Support
  5. Nutrient-Rich Nourishment
  6. Overall Health Promotion