The Difference Between Cordycep Sinensis and Cordycep Militaris

With the launch of our higher quality mushroom line comes some questions. One such question is what is the difference between Cordyceps militaries and the traditional Cordyceps sinensis, which we used to sell and is commonly sold in stores and … Continue reading


Cordyceps sinensis has quickly become one of the most popular adaptogens available. Its benefits range far and wide. Although this mushroom has been around for quite some time, it is now in high demand for its exceptional immune boosting qualities, … Continue reading

Polysaccharides and Beta-Glucans in Mushrooms

Before I got into medicinal mushrooms I had never heard of polysaccharides or beta-glucans, but these compounds are not unique to fungi, and instead are widely pervasive. There are very different functions among polysaccharides and even beta-glucans. The aim of … Continue reading

How To Make Reishi Mushroom Tea

Reishi is probably the most popular medicinal mushroom in the world. One of its most popular ways of administration is by to make reishi mushroom tea. Reishi’s uses are vast and wide and it is quickly becoming more widely accepted for … Continue reading

Anti-Androgenic Effects of Reishi

Ganoderma lucidum, better known as reishi, is one of the very top herbs in Chinese medicine. It has earned the reputation as the mushroom of immortality and is well known for its healthful effects across a broad spectrum of areas. … Continue reading

Ep44: Real Mushrooms vs. Grain Mycelium with Jeff Chilton

Jeff Chilton studied ethno-mycology at the University of Washington in the late sixties. He’s worked on mushroom farms, put on mushroom conferences, coauthored the highly acclaimed book, The Mushroom Cultivator, which was published in 1983. A founding member of the … Continue reading

Reishi on HIV, AIDS and Cancer

Dr. Andrew Weil states, “Reishi has been the subject of a surprising amount of scientific research in Asia and the West.” This video shares some of the research and usage of reishi with HIV, AIDS, cancer and more, with its … Continue reading

Breath of Life

By Mikayla Gibson The one constant we can collectively count on is the breath. Every moment we are inhaling the purest form of life. Now, we can go for moments, seconds, minutes, even lengthy minutes without oxygen; however, we must … Continue reading