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Ingredient Spotlight: All Access Functional Mushrooms

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Ingredient Spotlight: All Access Functional Mushrooms

All Access is our all-inclusive blend of mushrooms. There’s an equal blend of 8 mushrooms, and each of them has a purpose + role in fine-tuning your wellness ritual. Each one of the mushrooms in All Access makes up 12.5% of a serving to give you a broad spectrum of wellness benefits. A do it all needs it all, so you can count on All Access to be: 

  • Organically grown

  • Non-GMO

  • Vegan

  • Third-Party Lab Tested

  • Manufactured in the USA

All Access is one of the two varieties of functional mushrooms that we’re offering. Goal Getter is our other variety which promotes focus + endurance. You can learn more about Goal Getter by clicking here. In the meantime, let’s talk about All Access. 

The mushrooms found in All Access are Reishi, Cordyceps, Chaga, Turkey Tail, Lion’s Mane, Maitake, Shiitake, and King Trumpet. No idea what that means or what those ingredients can contribute to your wellness ritual? We’ve got you covered. Let’s break down what each of these ingredients can contribute to your ritual.

Reishi

Reishi is a mushroom that is also found in our Goal Getter blend. Reishi may provide stress relief + general wellness benefits. There’s also research that links reishi to improved sleep quality. (Source: National Library of Medicine)

Cordyceps

This mushroom supports gut health and your digestive system by promoting healthy gut flora, which are bacteria and organisms that live inside your intestines and help you digest food. Cordyceps may also improve oxygen consumption in your bloodstream which promotes workout endurance and post-workout recovery. Additionally, through the polysaccharides found in the fruit body of cordyceps, there may be immune system benefits linked back to the mushroom. (Source: Healthline)

Chaga

Chaga is high in antioxidants and may decrease inflammation in the gut and fight off harmful bacteria, overall helping to support gut heath. It may also lower cholesterol levels and promote healthy blood sugar levels. (Source: Cleveland Clinic)

Turkey Tail

Turkey Tail is rich in antioxidants, can offer immune system support, reduce inflammation, and contains prebiotics that can support gut health. (Source: Fox 31)

Lion's Mane

The demand and hype surrounding this medicinal mushroom has been on an upward trend recently due to its potential neurological benefits. Cognitive health is just one of the many benefits that Lion's Mane may offer. There’s also potential that Lion's Mane can support memory, focus, mental clarity, and nerve health. (Source: Healthline) There’s further research that shows that lion’s mane may improve the function of the hippocampus, which may be linked to reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Maitake

Maitake is a mushroom that does the most, for real. This mushroom contains amino acids, B vitamins, and minerals including copper, zinc, and phosphorus. They also contain alpha and beta-glucans, polysaccharides, and triterpenes. Phew. We call it the multitasking mushroom because it supports gut health, healthy blood sugar levels, and immune health. (Source: Healthline)

Shiitake

You probably are the most familiar with this mushroom. Shiitake is a natural detoxifier that supports cardiovascular health and the immune system. (Source: National Library of Medicine) It also has the ability to potentially lower cholesterol, promote healthy bones and joints, and can also reduce inflammation.  

King Trumpet

King Trumpet mushrooms contain a master antioxidant called L-Ergothioneine, which is a naturally occurring amino acid. Due to its supply of L-Ergothioneine, king trumpet mushrooms can lower cholesterol, and promote bone health. (Source: Healthline)

Got more questions?

We beat you to it. Read our FAQ about our line of functional mushrooms to learn more general information and the answers to your questions about our newest wellness products.