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All around support bundle -
We created this special bundle to support you in this difficult time.
We believe that the best thing we can all do right now is to build a healthy immune system and reduce stressors whenever possible.
Choosing these wonder-making plants and mushrooms will bring an all-round balance of the body, mind and consciousness.
Turkey Tails - is our immunity superhero!
Reishi - is like a bedtime cuddle from your favourite person!
Cordyceps - is our energy superstar!
Ashwagandha - is our grounding and chilling supporter!
Turkey Tails History
urkey Tail mushrooms (Trametes versicolor) has long been used in Japanese folk herbalism and in Traditional Chinese medicines to support as a nonspecific immune modulator.
Turkey Tails can be found in the wild with bands of colours such as orange, blue, white, and tan. These mushrooms earned their name because they resemble the tail of a turkey. In Latin, Trametes means “one who is thin,” and versicolor means “variously colored.”
Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum), is known as the mushroom of immortality. It has long being used by emperors and the royals of the east, where it was considered a symbol of success, well-being, divine power, and longevity.
Reishi is arguably the most important and most revered herb used in Asia throughout history to promote radiant health, longevity and a more centred state of mind. Reishi was found growing in Asia in mountain forests, but it also grows wild in almost all regions of the world.
Cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis) is found at altitudes above 4500m in the Sikkim area in North East India. There are records of its trade going back to AD 618. It's considered one of the most rare and vulnerable mushrooms due to harvesting and therefore should only be consumed from cultivated spores.
It was traditionally used as an adaptogen and immunosupportive herb that was exclusively available to the emperor’s family in ancient China.
Ashwagandha origins from the Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine practiced in India and can be traced back to 6000 BC. For most of these 6000 years Ashwagandha has been used as a Rasayana.
Its species name, somnifera, means "sleep-inducing" in Latin. Somnifera indicates its traditional Ayurvedic use for supporting somnolence, or sleepiness.* In Sanskrit, the word "ashwa" means "horse," while "gandha" means "smell" (on consuming it gives the "power of a horse").