You may have heard, seen, or even tried medicinal mushrooms in your coffee. It's a real thing, and a great way to add medicinal mushrooms to your daily wellness routine.
Chaga mushrooms, in particular, are a great addition to coffee. The rich earthy taste of Chaga compliments and adds to the complex flavor of coffee. The beta-glucans, betulinic acid, and anti-oxidants Chaga provides can help support your body's adaption to stress and overall immune function.* Our other mushroom extracts can also enrich coffee, or any other beverage, with their medicinal properties. What a great way to start your morning routine!
Not only is adding half a teaspoon of mushroom extract to your coffee easy, using an extract is essential! As you can see by this image of Chaga, they wouldn't readily dissolve in coffee even ground into a fine powder. Our process to fully extract the medicinal compounds from mushrooms has three stages and takes approximately one month to complete.
Photo by Matthew Henry
The result is a concentrated liquid that can be easily added to make Chaga mushroom coffee, Turkey Tail tea, or Reishi orange juice part of your new holistic morning routine!
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Medicinal Mushrooms contain a complex array of beneficial compounds. These compounds through their complexity can support our immune systems, act as adaptogens, and help balance the function of essential systems in our bodies.*
In this introduction, we will focus on the water-soluble components of medicinal mushrooms, Polysaccharides and beta glucans. If you're not familiar with these, don't be intimidated by the names. I'm going to break down a clear and concise explanation of each.