Lion’s mane benefits
Lion’s mane is good for improving cognitive function, relieving digestive and bowel problems, and stimulating the immune system. It also shows promising results in the fight against cancer. As such, it is considered a functional mushroom and has real effects on the body.
Lion’s mane is a valuable ally for the nervous system. It has been shown to relieve depressive disorders and associated symptoms: loss of interest, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, and sleep disorders.
This mushroom can also relieve depression by exerting anti-inflammatory effects. Indeed, depression can be directly associated with inflammation. The inflammatory process disrupts the functioning of the brain and alters the release of neurotransmitters essential to mood regulation such as dopamine and serotonin.
Finally, the Lion’s mane can exert an anxiolytic effect by relieving anxiety and anguish.
The Agarikon mushroom (Fomitopsis officinalis) contains antibacterial properties that will help your immune system fight common viruses.
Several studies have also shown that Agarikon consumption can reduce inflammation and can be used to fight bacterial and viral infections and the virus that causes herpes, It may also be effective against some parasites
Reishi contains antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, but above all, it is very rich in polysaccharides (complex carbohydrates), and in particular in beta-glucans which contribute to the increase of white blood cells of the immune system and macrophage cells. Its triterpene content is also particularly interesting for its anti-inflammatory action.
Cordyceps contains many health benefits. It is rich in essential fatty acids, polysaccharides, vitamins, and peptides. Cordyceps is currently studied for its revitalizing effects, increase in libido, sports performance, and reduction of asthma symptoms. It would also strengthen the immune system, participate in the balance of the nervous system, help fight against diabetes, regulate cholesterol, fight against hypertension, preserve heart health, and would also be an ally in the fight against cancer.
Chaga is high in riboflavin and niacin. It’s loaded with phenol, as well as copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc, and iron. It contains more SOD CoEnzyme 10 (CoQ10), and more vitamins C and E, than barley grass, seaweed, prunes, fish oils, and essential oils. It is also one of the best sources in the world of pantothenic acid, a vitamin essential to well-being, being essential to the metabolism of different energy nutrients: carbohydrates (sugars), lipids (fats), amino acids (constituents of proteins). This mushroom fights oxidative stress (linked to skin aging), prevents or slows down the growth of cancer, and lowers low-density lipoproteins (LDL), the “bad” cholesterol. All studies point to the significant benefits of this mushroom for humans – inside and out.
Turkey tail benefits
Turkey tail contains an impressive array of antioxidants, including phenols and flavonoids. Phenolic and flavonoid antioxidants promote immune system health by reducing inflammation and stimulating the release of protective compounds. Turkey tail mushrooms may have anti-tumor properties. Which are believed to be related to their beneficial effects on the immune system. Turkey tail mushrooms contain prebiotics that helps nourish beneficial bacteria in the microbiota for better intestinal health.
Shiitake mushroom has several beneficial effects on the body including anti-cancer, Hypoglycemic, Hypocholesterolemic, Hepato-protective, Fortifying, and Immunostimulant.