Mushroom Complex Benefits & Adaptogenic Mushrooms

Functional mushrooms, also known as medicinal mushrooms or adaptogenic mushrooms, have been used in traditional medicine for well over 2,000 years in East Asia. These items have a variety of healthful elements including beta glucan polysaccharides, triterpenes, terpenoids, and other elements that are key to sustaining life. Moreover, researchers like Paul Stamets have noted that humans share approximately 50% of their DNA with mushrooms!

It's for these reasons, that Western scientists and medical professionals have taken interest in mushroom complex benefits, with their highly effective immunomodulating properties. Functional mushrooms are believed to help a variety of biological processes, including those of the cardiovascular system, neurological system, endocrine system, digestive system, and immunological system. In light of this, it is no wonder that they are becoming increasingly popular in high-end preventative care supplements.

They are packed with beneficial nutrients like beta glucan polysaccharides, triterpenes, terpenoids, and other components that are vital for sustaining life. Functional mushrooms serve as a vast neural network or “natural internet” for the earth, as renowned mushroom researcher Paul Stamets calls it, to protect and maintain a healthy ecosystem. Likewise, they can support the body’s balance much like the endocannabinoid system does.

What are Adaptogenic Mushrooms?

Adaptogenic mushrooms are fungi that occur naturally. They include well-known mushrooms like Lion's Mane, Cordyceps, Turkey Tail, Reishi, Shiitake, Oyster and Chaga. These mushrooms are not magic mushrooms (non-hallucinogenic), so they are completely legal and won't get you high. Our ancestors have used adaptogenic mushrooms for centuries to address various mental and physical wellness issues. However, modern wellness has only recently recognised the profound power of such mushrooms. We formulate our mushroom complex for a supercharged well-being effect to help support your mind, immunity, body and overall well-being.

The 17 Types of Functional Mushrooms we use

Our unique formulation, combines over 17 varieties of mushroom varieties grown specifically for therapeutic results. Often called adaptogens, we've cultivated specific mushroom varieties that are proprietary, and unique only to us. You cannot our mushroom complex benefits anywhere else, along with their science-backed results. We ensure that they contain at least 30% active ingredients, to give you a bigger boost.

Wood Ear


  • Enhances the activity of immune cells that protect the body.

    A wood ear mushroom is a great source of the B vitamins, amino acids, fiber, copper, and pantothenic acid.

  • Its antioxidant activity has been found to be beneficial in preventing the development of degenerative disorders.

Varnish Shelf


  • Immunomodulatory properties of Varnish Shelf can adjust/regulate the immune system activity up or down, depending on what is needed at a particular time.

  • It has been found to exert anti-inflammatory effects on airway responses in cases of allergies.

Black Hoof Fungus


  • Black Hoof seems to have immune-stimulating and antioxidant effects.

  • Black Hoof can block reactions that cause allergy symptoms, and prevent the growth of bacterias



  • Shimeji mushroom is known for its high therapeutic value with significant antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, anti-aging and cholesterol-lowering properties.

    Phenol, steroids, flavonoids and ascorbic acid found in the mushroom are biologically active components that help prevent oxidative stress-mediated disorders.

Turkey Tail


  • Turkey tail improves immune function by stimulating cytokine production, increasing natural killer cells and other immune-boosting functions.

  • Turkey tail contains one of the highest amounts of beta-glucans of all mushrooms to help keep our immune systems healthy when used over an extended period of time.

King Oyster


  • Oyster mushrooms are loaded with other antioxidants to help prevent free radical damage and oxidative stress.

  • Oyster mushrooms are rich with vitamin D which is essential in regulation of blood pressure.



  • Enoki mushrooms (Flammulina velutipes) are rich in a variety of nutrients and have many therapeutic properties such as supporting heart health, improving brain function, enhancing immunity, and Inflammation.



  • Researches have shown that Chaga mushrooms possess the highest ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) antioxidants, protect cells from highly reactive molecules known as free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) which work to incur oxidative stress in cells throughout the body.

Shaggy Mane


  • Relieve Mild Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety.
  • Speed Recovery from Nervous System Injuries.
  • The mushroom contains ergothioneine, a thiol compound with antioxidant properties.



    Shiitake mushrooms are thought to have a legion of medicinal properties, thanks in part to its diverse profile of micronutrients, such as phosphorus, B vitamins, selenium and a compelling profile of health promoting polysaccharides.

    Shiitake mushroom is great for immunity, liver function, supports the cardiovascular system, helping to control blood sugar levels and reduce inflammation in the body to boost longevity.



  • Oyster mushrooms contain several substances thought to influence health. Oyster mushrooms are rich with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants such as Niacin, Vitamin D, Iron, Riboflavin, Potassium, Vitamin B6, B Vitamins, Folic acid, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Pantothenic acid.
  • These substances provide Oyster mushrooms effectiveness in ability to lower cholesterol, promote heart health, support better immune function, improve metabolic health, encourage healthy blood sugar control, provide antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.



  • The Almond Mushroom is believed to have benefits for immunity, improving metabolism, and cholesterol management effects.



  • Reishi mushroom is used to help enhance the immune system, reduce stress, improve sleep, and lessen fatigue.
  • Reishi was listed as the most cherished among the superior herbs - with more than 400 bioactive compounds in it - that are considered to prolong life, prevent aging, boost IQ, and make the body light.

Lion’s Mane


  • Lions’ mane has many anti-fatigue and anti-aging benefits.

  • Lion’s mane increases neuron (dendrites and axons) growth, enhances neurotransmission, which is an important regulator of cognitive function, focus, memory and mood.

Snow Fungus


  • Snow Mushroom has the ability to generate a flexible hydration film that helps to restore dry skin to its optimally hydrated state.

  • Snow Fungus is rich in polysaccharides, compounds which have potent immune-boosting qualities.



  • Maitake mushroom contains chemicals which might help fight tumors and stimulate the immune system.
  • There is some evidence that it can lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels, lower blood sugar levels, and reduce weight.



  • Cordyceps has been described as a treasure in old Chinese medical books and Tibetan medicine. Traditional healers have recommended the medicinal fungus as a powerful tonic because it improves energy, appetite, stamina and endurance.

    The Cordyceps mushroom is an incredible energy-boosting fungi because of its ability to increase ATP production. Cordyceps is recommended when it comes to physical performance.