If you have been to our website before you will know that we love medicinal mushrooms! Not just a little bit but lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots ( you get the idea)
And we think every human on the planet should take them to improve their health and well being.
But what if you are not human?
What if you’re a dog?
Sweet Chestnuts are a delicious Autumn and winter food and if you search your local woods are totally free. Not only are they great to eat but they also help aid digestion, improve kidney function and boost the bodies store of Jing or essence according to Chinese medicine.
What country wouldn’t want their citizens to be fit and healthy and functioning at the best of their ability? Well with a quick look at modern day health statistics and the rise of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure one might be forgiven for thinking the answer to this question is no they don’t! But there was a time and a place when things were different…
IF YOU FOUND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Beta D Glucans? There is a problem with many mushroom extracts on the market today, one that many people are not even aware of. This issue is very important and effects how medicinal your medicinal mushroom extract is, you know […]
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Cordyceps is still our favourite herb and we think you should seriously consider adding it to your health supplement arsenal. In the not so distant past whilst living what could only be described as a less than healthy life style […]
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Cordyceps militaris is a strange-looking fungus with a bizarre back story and a hard-to-pronounce name, but don’t discount it without reading this! When you think about it, energy is perhaps the most valuable commodity on the planet. Humans go to […]
Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis, Sphaeria sinensis) grows primarily in the mountains of Tibet, where dedicated hunters scour the slopes to find this prized fungi. benefits of cordyceps Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to treat a number of ailments, cordyceps is especially intriguing to modern medical researchers for its ability to inhibit the growth, division, and proliferation of cancer cells in the body.
Our changing environment and increased demands on our bodies over time do not have to make us more vulnerable to illness. Support for robust immune health is abundant. Become naturally resistant with medicinal mushrooms and roots.