Top 7 shrooms we recommend!

Whether you’re new to the shroom game or have tons of experience, it’s always helpful to know what mushrooms will give you the best bang for your buck. we have compiled a list of what we think are the top 7 mushrooms to enhance your body and mind!

reishi

1. Reishi

Adaptogens enhance the immune and nervous systems, increase resiliency, and help the body cope with stress. Athletes and anyone who pushes their body physically will benefit from reishi mushrooms. These fungi have also been shown to help with recuperation and sleep!

2. Cordyceps

This mushroom improves the body’s ability to absorb and store oxygen, as well as produce more ATP (energy) and increase stamina, making it ideal for runners and other high-performance athletes… or maybe you just need that extra boost to bring your entire Costco haul inside in one go.

cordyceps
turkey-tail

3. Turkey Tail

Prebiotics help to cleanse your digestive system, aid in nutrient absorption, and help you get the most out of those green smoothies you drink every now and again.

4. Chaga

Balances your energy levels and strengthens your immune system after an exercise, when you’re at your most vulnerable to illness! This fungus is also anti-inflammatory, reducing inflammation in your muscles and joints after a strenuous workout.

chaga
Maitake

5. Maitake

Tumors are fought, the immune system is stimulated, and blood sugar levels are stabilised, cholesterol levels are improved, and blood pressure is reduced.

6. Lionsmane

Stimulates the creation of new neurons in the brain, aids in neuron regeneration, and may even be able to restore neurological impairment. This strange-looking fungus may be able to help people with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and dementia.

lions mane
mushroom caps

7. Psilocybin

This kind of mushroom is most known for its recreational fun-in-the-forest features, but it also possesses tremendous healing capabilities that are being taken seriously in the realm of natural medicine. This mushroom has a comparable effect on the brain as turning on a light switch, activating communication between neurological circuits and even reshaping brain cells. 

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