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Lion's mane mushrooms, also known as hou tou gu or yamabushitake, are large, white, shaggy mushrooms that resemble a lion's mane as they grow. Real Mushrooms ensures that their reishi products are made from the mushroom (fruiting body) and contain higher levels of the medicinal compound beta-d-glucans, triterpenes and NO grain fillers, unlike other so-called ‘mushroom' products on the US market.
In this supplement, Our 8 Mushroom blend is combined with targeted immune supportive nutrients including Vitamin C, Zinc, and Vitamin D3, as well as an impressive cohort of traditional immune boosting herbs from around the world including Echinacea, and Black Elderberry from Western Herbal Traditions, along with Licorice, and Astragulus from Eastern Herbal Traditions.



Other studies have also shown that this mushroom may help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression , as well as improve sleep quality The beneficial compounds inside lion's mane are small enough molecules to pass through the blood-brain barrier, which allows them to benefit our central nervous system as well.
AOR's Mushroom Synergy provides the immune support generated by these mushroom polysaccharides via hot-water extraction, for a highly-concentrated mushroom extract, and has blended them with two botanical herbs for well-rounded immune and stress support.

Medicinal mushrooms like Lion's Mane, Reishi and Turkey Tail have been found to contain natural chemicals that could be beneficial in the immune support treatment of cancer, according to Li. In the lab, researchers have observed these chemicals cutting off the blood supply to tumors.
This particular giant orange mushroom contains powerful antioxidants as well as beneficial molecules, including polysaccharides, peptidoglycans and triterpenoids - that have been studied greatly for their positive effect on health and wellness, both in the body and mind.

The reishi mushroom may enhance immune response and contains anti-oxidant properties, according to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Because reishi mushrooms contain complex sugars known as beta-glucans, it is suggested that these compounds may strengthen immune response and even potentially help stop the growth and spread of cancer cells.

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