Mighty Medicinal Mushrooms
CHAGA - The King of the Fungal Forest
There are endless to add Chaga to your healing routine to fortify immune health and give your body a helpful boost of nutrients! Try starting your day with Chaga Coffee from The New New Age. Add Anima Mundi Chaga supplement to your favorite recipes. We love adding ¼ teaspoon of the Chaga powder to coffee, teas, and smoothies. Unwind at the end of a long day with a cup of Chaga Chai.
REISHI - Mushroom of Immortality
Reishi is an essential adaptogen in Chinese medicine and is known as the "Mushroom of Immortality" because of its many healing properties. Reishi contains polysaccharides - plant sterols that rejuvenate cells, fight infection, and build immunity. In addition, Reishi offers vital nutrients, antioxidants, beta-glucans, and amino acids that optimize and protect our cells and reduces inflammation. Other beautiful attributes are that it has been considered life-extending, stimulates brain neurons, and aids in calming anxiety symptoms.
Reishi is incredibly versatile and offers many healing benefits, meaning you can use it in various ways. First, try Reishi powder from Anima Mundi; just half a teaspoon is added to your morning coffee, tea, or cacao to start your day right. Then, get your Vitamin C & stay present throughout your day with Reishi Blossom tincture with Reishi, tart cherry, and rosehip.
Lions Mane Mushrooms - The Smart Shroom
Lions Mane is known as "The Smart Mushroom." According to Chinese folklore, it is said that consuming Lion's Mane mushroom promotes "nerves of steel and the memory of a lion." As usual, legend got it right, Lion's Mane is one of nature's most active brain foods. As a result, it has been recognized as a functional mushroom and superfood for its ability to support productivity, mental clarity, and nerve regeneration.
• 1 tsp Chaga powder
• 1 tsp maple syrup
• 1-2 Tbsp Cacao powder
• pinch of cinnamon
• pinch of sea salt
• 1 cup dairy-free milk
• Whisk together Chaga, Cacao, & Milk
• Sweeten with maple syrup
• Top with a pinch of sea salt and cinnamon
** Can be served warm or over ice