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The cheetoh-esque adaptogenic mushrooms that host an array of benefits with the most promising being the enhancement of natural energy levels by aiding in the production of ATP, the building blocks of cellular energy. Cordyceps also possess potent antioxidant qualities that inhibit aging/oxidation in the body and also work to restore lung function. Great for those needing that extra boost of endurance

Our Cordyceps are freeze dried for near 100% retention of beneficial compounds, leagues better than standard dehydration. We like to enjoy them in a traditional tea form.



Not so much a mushroom as it is a parasitic fungus, Chaga is a slow growing, birch loving growth with a long history and a plethora of benefits. The dark color indicates a presence of melanin which helps protect your skin. Within you will find beetulinic acid, triterpenes, ergosterol, and most importantly... beta-glucans. These compounds work to decrease oxidative stress, modulate the immune system, balance blood sugar and potentially protect against diseases and cancer.  We forage all of our Chaga locally and in areas not affected by environmental pollutants. 

Inonotus obliquus


Being everyone's favorite brain booster, Lion's Mane is known for potentially increasing focus, inducing clarity, and bolstering memory. It achieves this through generating substantial amounts of NGF or Nerve Growth Factor. Lion's Mane also has been reported to have profound effects on inflammation, cholesterol, blood sugar, and nervous system disorders and even anxiety. We offer a potent dual extraction of Lion's Mane and take it daily for it's many benefits.


Hericium erinaceus


Commonly known as the Mushroom of Immortality or Ling Zhi in China, this popular mushroom lives up to its name. It's adaptogenic properties allow the body to respond fluidly to external stressors.  The triterpenes and polysaccharides work to protect the respiratory system and immune system, calm the mind, and allow for restful sleep. It is our daily dose of Zen. We grow ours in an antler formation so as to boost the levels of ganoderic acid, it's main compound. 


Ganoderma Lucidum

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