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Why are the mushrooms so good in MYCacaO?




Our MYCacaO is a really popular product we have. We love to have feedback from our wonderful customers and it has been suggested we share what are the actual benefits of the mushroom content of the cacao blend.


So here we go...


The mushroom goodness brings you Reishi, Chaga, Shiitake, Maitake, Lions Mane, Cordyceps & White Fungus. The mushrooms are unadulterated giving a fresh rich source of premium polysaccarides.

So what does this actually mean, let's take a look at the individual mushrooms...


REISHI

Potential health benefits:

Supports the immune system

Help to detox

Preventing, slowing the spread of, and treating cancer

Regulating the symptoms of various conditions

Improving the health and functioning of various organs, including the heart, liver, and kidneys

Improving mental wellness and decreasing fatigue

Supports gut health


CHAGA

Powerful Antioxidant (superoxide dismutase – SOD) 50 times more SOD than you can find in fruit juices, leafy greens and seaweed.

Immune System Boost – helps boost and modulate the immune system.

Inflammatory conditions – chaga contains betulinic acid and inotodiol which work together to reduce inflammation within the body

Ulcers and Gastritis

Heart Health – breaks down the LDL cholesterol in the body

Preventative – Induces apoptosis or cell death with prevents tumours from developing

Digestion – stimulates bile production

Skin Health – chaga has high melanin which gives it its dark colour, which is known to protect the genes and DNA.

Can alleviate pain from toothaches

Can improves lung health

Could assist in detoxifying the body

Can be used to treat joint inflammation, particularly rheumatism and arthritis

May treat viral infections

Could assist in managing cholesterol

Regulates blood sugar

Lowers blood pressure

Alkalines your body by fighting inflammation


SHIITAKE

Could promote heart health

May reduce risk of prostate cancer

May help prevent gingivitis

May aid in supporting Immunity

Thought of to improve nutritional status of vegetarians


MAITAKE

Immune system

Maitake extract has been shown to increase the production of fatty acids, which can increase energy and help keep arteries clean

Maitake may be a good addition to any diabetes regime


CORDYCEPS

May Support Chronic Kidney Disease

Improve Integrity of the Digestive Tract

Boosts energy levels

Could Help Balance Blood Sugar

Liver support

Boosts Exercise & Athletic Performance

Balance Immune function

Sexual function


LIONS MANE

A powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory

It's possible ability to enhance memory, stimulate cognitive function, get rid of that mummy brain fog ( yep really i can talk from my own experience)

Possible to encourage regrowth and recovery of nerve function

It is thought to protect against cancer (do your own research on that one 😉)

Could support a healthy heart and improve circulation

Thought to improve digestive health

Could help improve mental health including insomnia, anxiety, depression by regenerating brain cells

Rich in antioxidants, it reduces the lactic acid build up in the blood, increase blood oxygen levels and reduce muscle fatigue.


WHITE FUNGUS

Some researchers suggest that white fungus extract fights inflammation, so it is believed that these fungus might have anti-inflammatory effect on the body.

May reduce oxidative stress by fighting free radicals so it’s believed that these mushrooms might have antioxidant effect on human body.

May improve memory and be used as a brain booster. At the same time these compounds may also protect human body against heart disease and might prevent LDL (also known as bad) cholesterol oxidation

Because of the bioactive compounds in white fungus it is believed that they boost your immune system.


So as you can see there is a heck of alot of goodness from the mushroom blended with the cacao. There isn't a huge amount of these mushrooms in the blend however, we do offer tinctures of the individual mushrooms of Lions Mane, Chaga, Cordyceps, Shiitake, Maitake and Reishi


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