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Mushrooms tincture are used as natural remedy. Our tinctures are make of 100% fruiting body and is dual extraction. To learn the difference from fruiting body and mycelium click here

Reishi Tincture

The reishi is a powerful medical mushroom that has been used for its healing abilities for thousands of years and fits definition of a true superfood, earning them the nickname
"King of Mushrooms"

Reishi tincture medical benefits

Lion's Mane Tincture

The two most well-known benefits of consuming lion's mane are the potential ability to prevent or protect the spread of neurodegenerative disease and cancer. If you're looking for natural, non-toxin brain steroids look no further than Lion's Mane.

Lion's Mane tincture medical benefits

Chanterelle Tincture

Herbal actions of chanterelle are:
anticarcinogenic, antigenotoxic, antioxidant,
anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, immunomodulant, vulnerary

In Traditional medicine chanterelle are often use to treat eyes condition, dry skin, infections, wounds, removal of intestinal worms, etc

Chanterelle tincture medical benefits


Shiitake Tincture

It can combat cancer cells, prevent infectious diseases, boost the immune system, improves brain and cognitive functions and is excellent source of B family of vitamins. Shiitake mushrooms have one of the highest amount of natural copper, a mineral that supports healthy blood vessels, bones and immune support.

Shiitake tincture medical benefits


Extracted powder is already activated and can be use without long cooking.
You can put in smoothies, tea, coffee, broth, any cold or hot drink.
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Reishi Powder

Fatigue(including chronic fatigue syndrome)
Frequent infections
Liver disease
Food allergies and asthma
Digestive problems
Tumor growth and cancer
Skin disorders
Viruses including flu, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis
Heart disease
Sleep disorders and insomnia
Anxiety and depression
Hormonal imbalance

Lion's Mane Powder

Enhances brain function
Could protect against dementia
May speed recovery from nervous system injuries
Protects against ulcers in digestive tract
Reduces heart disease risk
Helps manage diabetes symptoms
May help fight cancer
Reduce inflammation and oxidative stress

Turkey Tale Powder

Prevents and treats the common cold and flu
Can offer support to chemo patients
May help combat cancer
Help treats human papilloma virus
Aids in digestion
May help patients with HIV/AIDS

Cordyceps Powder

Increase immune function
Slow aging and promotes mental clarity
Improves athletic performance
Enhances sexual function
Regulates blood sugar levels
Support heart health
May help fight cancer cells
Combats stress and support mental health
promotes restful sleep


Dry Oyster Mushrooms

The drying process allows for some flavor intensity, dried Oyster mushrooms are still rather mild and sweet. Once re-hydrated have a soft fragile texture with good melting qualities and light fruity fragrance. Oyster mushrooms well pair with seafood and white meat. Add to fresh pasta, polenta, rice, corn meal, grains or eggs. The oyster mushroom's meaty texture lends well to frying, stir-fry and braising. Complementary flavors include Asian greens, soy, garlic, vinegar and rice wine.

Dry Shiitake Mushrooms

Dried Shiitake mushrooms are proof that the aging process can improve a food's flavor. Its aromatics are reminiscent of garlic and pine and it impart rich, smoky, umami flavor. Dried Shiitake are often preferred to fresh as their flavor becomes even more robust and rich and their aroma gains a perfumed fermented quality. Save the soaking liquid for stock, sauces and risotto as it yields the same intensity that shiitake has in flavor and aroma. Once re-hydrated they may be sauteed, roasted or skewered and grill. Pair well Asian mustard greens, eggplant, rice, noodles, garlic, soy and chilli.

Dry Porcini Mushrooms

Dried Porcini mushrooms have distinct, smoky, rich and woodsy aroma. Save soaking liquid for broths, sauces and soups as they produce a flavorful, umami-filled liquid. Once re-hydrated the mushrooms acquire a chewy consistency with a dense, meat-like texture and provide nutty, earthy and savory umami-forward flavors. Porcini mushrooms can be chopped into soup, stews, gravies and sauces including tomato, bechamel and white. They can be cooked into eggs, baked into gratins or simmered into polenta. The mushrooms can also be incorporated into roast meat dishes, serve on top of meat or fish, mixed into risotto and pasta. Pair well with meats, fish, shallots, onion, spinach, fennel, arugula, carrots, celery, cheeses, sage, basil, chives, parsley and thyme.

Dry Chanterelle Mushrooms

Dried Chanterelle mushrooms are small to medium size. Once re-hydrated the mushrooms become plumper and maintain a dense, firm and chewy consistency. Depending of the cooking method they also develop a tender, meat-like quality. Re-hydrated chanterelle emit a buttery, savory-sweet aroma and have concentrated earthy flavor with nutty, peppery, fruity nuances. Save soaking liquid to flavor sauces, soups and pasta. Chanterelle mushrooms are cooked in cream-based sauces, white wine or butter and complement dishes with rich, neutral and fatty flavor. Chanterelle mushrooms can be incorporated into soups and stews, sliced and blended into into gravies and sauces, slow-cook with roast or use into risotto, can be use in pasta on pizza, on toast, omelets, frittatas, Chanterelle well pair with shallot, garlic, onion, white wine, meats, fish, eggs, peas, herbs, potato, radishes, artichokes and parmesan chees.


Marinated Mushrooms

You can use them in antipasto, on bruschetta and in salad, serve as a keto side dish.

Marinated Oyster Mushrooms

You can use them in antipasto, on bruschetta and in salad.

Smoked Mushrooms

You can use smoked mushrooms in risotto, with eggs , in antipasto, in salad on pizza or just enjoy them as snack. They give umami smoky flavor to any meal.

Shiitake Mushrooms Crisps

Slightly salty, smoky and crunchy mushrooms chips. They are healthy snack and a good source of some B vitamins, selenium, antioxidants, fiber and vitamin D. Enjoy them as a healthy snack.

Porcini Mushrooms Salt

Porcini salt is nutty and woodsy with an earthiness that reminiscent of truffles. This salt is great for pasta, cream sauces, vegetables and charcuterie plates. You'll want to keep this porcini salt within arm's reach whenever it's time for eat!

Shiitake Mushrooms Salt

You can use on fried eggs, toss some in scrambled eggs, in salad, on avocado, tomato , salad, put some over baked potato and veggies. You can use shiitake salt in every meal you like it to give great umami taste of shiitake mushrooms.

Shiitake Mushroom Powder

You can use shiitake powder on meat before cooking, it make a beautiful crust when searing steak. It also great in all kind of soups and stews , meats, poultry and fish and give that umami taste.