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Beat

Heart Food Supplement

£99.00

Cannabotech’s Beat food supplement contains a blend of high-quality functional mushrooms, including reishi, wood ear, maitake, shiitake, and oyster to support a healthy heart and immune system; and premium pharmaceutical-grade CBD to help strengthen your endocannabinoid system for homeostasis in the body. 

To further enhance the effect, Beast features thiamine to contribute to the normal function of the heart.

 

Note: If you take medications for your heart or cholesterol levels, speak to your treating physician first before taking this supplement. 

Description

Take one tablet up to 4 times per day with food. This product should not be a substitute for a balanced, healthy diet and lifestyle. Do not exceed the maximum daily recommended intake.

Pleurotus Ostreatus Extract, Ganoderma Lucidum Extract, Auricularia Auricula- Judae Extract, Grifola Frondosa Extract, Lentinus Edodes Extract, Mannitol, Bulking Agents, Cannabidiol, Antioxidant, Emulsifiers., Thiamine, Sesame Oil

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Traditional Mushrooms

Supercharged with the natural properties of Oyster, Shiitake, Maitake, Wood Ear, and Reishi

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Oyster
Mushroom

Latin name

Pleurotus Ostreatus

Common name

Oyster mushroom

Where it grows

The oyster mushroom can be found in multiple temperate and subtropical forests throughout the world, although it is most known as a WWI staple in Germany.

What it looks like

Tan, oyster shell-like, gills

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

The oyster mushroom been used for alternative leather, mycellium bricks, mycellium furniture, and other textiles.

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Shiitake

Latin name

Lentinus Edodes

Common name

Shiitake

Where it grows

Shiitake mushrooms largely grow in groups on deciduous trees like maple, poplar, and oak trees in warm and moist, Southeast Asian climates.

What it looks like

Button like, brown

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

Shiitake mushrooms have an savory, meaty-like taste and texture and are loaded in nutrients like copper, vitamin D, and B vitamins; making them an valuable staple in the vegan diet.

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Maitake

Latin name

Grifola Frondosa

Common name

Maitake

Where it grows

Maitake in Japan, China, and Eastern North Americ grows at the bottom of dying or dead hardwood trees such as maple, Oak, and Elm trees.

What it looks like

Cluster of wavy, greyish-brown caps

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

The maitake mushroom can grow up to 45 kilograms.

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Wood
Ear

Latin name

Auricularia Auricula-judae

Common name

Wood ear

Where it grows

The wood ear mushroom is generally found on elder trees (but not exclusively) in temperate forests in India, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the UK.

What it looks like

Brown, shaped like a human ear

Common uses?

Powder, dietary supplements, skincare, Chinese cuisine

Fun fact

The wood ear is also nicknamed 'Judas' ear' or 'Jew's ear' because it is generally found on the elder tree, the tree where the biblical Judas Iscariot was thought to hang himself.

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Reishi

Latin name

Ganoderma Lucidum

Common name

Reishi

Where it grows

Reish can be found growing on trees in temperate and subtropical climates in Asia, Europe, South America and North America

What it looks like

Burnt-orange, shiny varnish, flat kidney-shaped

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare

Fun fact

The reishi mushroom was so revered in ancient China that it was reserved only for royalty.

benefits

CBD | 

To promote homeostasis in your body, including helping blood pump evenly throughout your arteries.

 

Medicinal Mushrooms | 

To contribute to a healthy heart and cholesterol levels. The medicinal mushrooms in this formula may help reduce the absorption of fat and cholesterol in the intestine thanks to their exceptionally high chitosan content, a polysaccharide essential to heart health. Additionally, its beta-glucan polysaccharides are known to support the immune system. 

 

Reishi | 

To support cardiovascular health in addition to added immune support. While used in the East for longevity tonics, reishi is just now getting attention for its ability to help our lifeline in the West. Recent studies have shown that reishi may protect against mitochondrial dysfunction (aka ‘the energy factory’). Its cardioprotective properties have been linked to anti-inflammatory activity and antioxidant properties. In layperson terms, reishi may help the heart stress less and blood flow more evenly and steadily throughout the arteries leading from the heart to the rest of the body. And its immunomodulating (immune system balancing) properties add that little extra touch to keep you keeping drumming on. 

 

Wood Ear |

To further support a healthy heart. The wood ear mushroom has been suggested to lower LDL cholesterol, lowering the risk of heart disease. Additionally, its high polyphenol antioxidant content may help support the heart. And of course, like many medicinal mushrooms, it is full of immunomodulating and anti-inflammatory properties, making number potent reduces fatigue and improves the heart that much stronger. 

 

Maitake | 

To contribute to healthy cholesterol levels. Maitake, otherwise known as hen-of-the-woods, may help reduce that artery-clogging LDL cholesterol without impacting the ‘good’ HDL cholesterol. 

 

Shiitake | 

To support healthy cholesterol activity and immunomodulating properties. The umami (savory) mushroom has been found to possess high levels of copper, which is essential for blood vessels, circulation, and immunity (among other benefits). It also contains the compound eritadenine, which can reduce cholesterol. Meanwhile, beta-glucans may prevent the intestines from absorbing excessive cholesterol and reduce inflammation.  This may help decrease the risk of obesity, which can also contribute to better heart function. 

 

Oyster |
To promote heart health. Oyster mushrooms are considerably rich in vitamin D, iron, and the amino acid ergothioneine, which can support cardiac function and protect against heart disease by helping regulate blood pressure and decrease plaque build-up in the arteries. And, of course, like all mushrooms, they are rich in immunomodulating beta-glucans.

 

Thiamine (B1) | 

To promote normal heart function with an essential nutrient

 

Note: If you take medications for your heart or cholesterol levels, speak to your treating physician first before taking this supplement. 

 

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