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Honey w/Turkey Tail


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Honey w/Turkey Tail


Organic: All Roots Apothecary mushroom extracts are certified organic, and lab tested to verify beta-glucan content and therapeutic compounds. Mushrooms are grown on native substrates and are always extracted from the fruiting body. If you want the powerful benefits of performance mushrooms, choose organic extracts from the fruiting body to maximize both therapeutic compounds and bioavailability.

Why Extracts Are Better: Mushrooms are often dried and ground into a powder. This is the cheapest way to produce a supplement, but it provides the least health benefits. Essential beta-glucans need to be extracted from the cell walls of a mushroom. These cells are made of an indigestible fiber called chitin. The human body cannot easily absorb chitin, and so the beta-glucans end up passing through rather than being absorbed. Extracts break down chitin, making beta-glucans available for absorption.

Fruiting Body: Fruiting body refers to the actual mushroom cap and stem. myceliated grain is the root system of a mushroom grown on top of a grain substrate resulting in approx. 50% roots, 50% filler, and 0% of real mushroom. mycelium is cheaper and faster to produce than waiting for a full proper mushroom. beta-glucans are found in the fruiting body, not the mycelium.

Mushrooms have been around for a long time. The Greeks labeled mushrooms as “food for the gods” and Hippocrates, circa 450bc, classified mushrooms as a potent anti-inflammatory. there are countless examples of mushrooms being recognized for their medicinal properties throughout history. Performance mushrooms are becoming extremely popular in modern holistic health and western medicine for their and ability to calm the stress response, reduce inflammation, promote neurogenesis and plasticity, strengthen beneficial gut flora, support the immune system, fight pathogens, increase sustainable energy, and much more. Like most natural remedies that go mainstream, the mushroom industry is flooded with low-quality products that test low in beta-glucan and active compounds. When a mushroom tests high in polysaccharide, but low in beta-glucan content, it is basically an exotic potato. High in starch, low in therapeutic value, and deceptive. While the booming popularity of performance mushrooms is bringing mainstream attention to these healing enigmas, the bastardization of quality and authenticity makes it difficult to find a product that contains the therapeutic benefits found in nature. If you are interested in the benefits of mushrooms, you should know what you are getting.

Disclaimer: These products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Results from products may vary. Please understand we cannot make any medical claims about these products.

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