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Mushroom Immune Blend

Best for

Immune Support & Balance

Healthy Aging

Best Taken

Before or after meals

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Non GMO

3rd Party Tested

Hypoallergenic

Heavy Metal & Microbe Tested

Mushroom Immune Blend Vitamin Info 

This special blend of mushrooms supports the immune system in various ways. Reishi acts on the white blood cells, while the Maitake and Shiitake mushrooms stimulate cellular and humoral immune function. Powerful anti-oxidants phytochemicals also help to prevent damage to the cells to assist with healthy aging.

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Digestion

Mushrooms are best taken before a meal.

Mushrooms are fungi that can be eaten cooked or raw. Although most can be eaten as food, shiitake and maitake are more commonly enjoyed in meals or snacks than reishi.

Mushrooms are typically well tolerated but can cause mild digestive upset or allergic reaction in some individuals.

Not intended for children. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant or are lactating, do not use these products without first consulting your health care provider.

Powdered mushrooms in large doses can be toxic, so keep away from children and consult a health care practitioner if you have any concerns about what dose is right for you.

Caution with use of this product if you are on diabetes and/or blood pressure medications. Consult with your health care provider before starting any new supplements.

Mushroom blends have been used throughout history for supporting overall immunity, vitality and longevity.

Mushrooms have prebiotic properties, which can be beneficial for digestive health.

Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum) is a fungus that grows in both hot and humid locations. It's most known beneficial effect is supporting the immune system.

The shiitaki mushroom contains several beneficial phytochemicals, including polysaccharides, terpenoids, lipids, and sterols.

"Maitake" in Japanese means 'dancing mushroom'.