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turkey tail mushroom
Trametes versicolor

Turkey Tail

Predominant in woodlands throughout the world, Turkey Tail offers a wide spectrum of beneficial properties.

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Reishi mushroom
Ganoderma lucidum

Reishi

It is often referred to as the Imperial tonic as it was part of the medicines given to the Chinese emperor to prolong life.

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Maitake mushroom
Grifola frondosa

Maitake

In feudal Japan, local lords are said to have paid their subjects the equivalent weight of maitake in silver.

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Lion’s Mane mushroom
Hericium erinaceus

Lion’s Mane

In North America, native Indian tribes used it as an antihemorrhagic agent to stop bleeding.

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Cordyceps
Cordyceps militaris

Cordyceps

Folklore suggests that the native herdsmen in Tibet observed yaks eating the grasses and becoming energized and sexually active.

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Chaga mushroom
Inonotus obliquus

Chaga

The word ‘Chaga‘ is derived from the old Russian word for mushroom, from the language of the indigenous people living near the Ural Mountains.

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Agarikon mushroom
Fomitopsis officinalis

Agarikon

Agarikon was known in ancient Greece as the 'elixir of long life'.

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