Alcohol Mushroom Tincture
This is a true alcohol mushroom tincture that uplifts and energizes the body by helping it naturally access oxygen that it needs.
- Energy, stamina and athletic performance*
- Healthy libido*
- Kidney function*
- Brain health with aging*
- Healthy respiratory system and oxygen uptake*
- Shake well and take 0.5 to 1 mL / dropper by mouth if you are bold. Many find mushroom flavored alcohol tastes as good as it sounds.
- We recommend adding it to Kombucha, smoothies or other drink
- Always consult your health care practitioner prior to using
Cordyceps, Usnea, Reishi, Artist Conk, Chaga, Purified Mineral Salts & Organic Cane Alcohol
Cordyceps has been documented in Chinese and Tibetan medicinal texts for over 5,000 years as an energy enhancer, kidney nourisher and lung tonic. Rumor has it that herders in the Himalayan mountains first discovered Cordyceps when they saw the animals who consumed it had greatly increased strength.*
Usnea is commonly known as Old Man’s Beard is a grayish-green lichen that grows like leafless mini-shrubs anchored on bark or branches. Lichens are symbiotic organisms of fungi and algae, the mechanisms for which evolutionary biologists still have many unanswered questions. Indigenous communities in the Venezuela Andes have been using it for immune support since ancient times. Historically varieties of Usnea have been used to support the respiratory and urinary tracts.*
Reishi is known as Ling Zhi in Chinese medicine which considers it highly valuable for replenishing Qi and promoting longevity. It was first written about over 2400 years ago in Shen Nong’s Materia Medica, which claims it improves eyesight, nourishes the liver, strengthens the body and relieves altitude sickness.*
Artist Conk is a cousin of the famous Reishi. While it may not have enjoyed as much spotlight yet, it is also known to have numerous healing properties. There is real art behind the name – the underside of the fruiting body browns when etched into and stands out against the rest of its white body thus making a lovely canvas. Medicinally, G. applanatum has demonstrated powerful antioxidant and immune supportive properties in vitro. Bitter triterpenoids are the main constituents that have been deemed effective for supporting normal immune function. Historically herbalists have used G. applanatum to dry up mucus from the lungs and sinuses and to calm an upset stomach. Additionally, it can inspire a deep, meditative state, and act as an antidote to ingesting excess caffeine.*
Chaga, is a fungus that grows on birch trees. In Chinese Medicine it is called Hua Jie Kong Jun and is used to build Qi, tonify the kidneys, liver, and spleen, and restore the blood. Russian and Scandinavian scientists have conducted the most research on I. obliquus, where this fungus has been used as medicine for thousands of years. Siberian Chaga was popularized when a Nobel prize winning Russian novelist Alexandr Solzenitsyn in his 1968 novel, The Cancer Ward, noted its many health benefits.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.