10 Mushroom Complex powder

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10 Mushroom Complex powder

Product Name: 10 Mushroom powder blend
Raw Materials: Agaricus, Chaga, Cordyceps, Enoki, Lions Mane, Maitake, Polyporus, Reishi, Shiitake, Turkey Tail Mushrooms
Purity: Pure mushroom powder, no carriers
Active Compounds: Polysaccharides≥30%,
Testing Method: UV
Appearance: Yellow to brown, fine powder
Particle Size: 99% through 80 mesh
Solubility: Insoluble in water
Package: 1kg, 5kg, 20kg
Certificates:  US NOP organic and EU organic certificate, Kosher check, Halal certificate



10 Mushroom Complex, Lions Mane, Chaga, Cordyceps, Reishi Extract Adaptogens for Vibrant Health, Immune Support

Cordyceps (Cordyceps Sinensis)

Found at the highest elevations. Leveraged for 1000’s of years to bolster athletic performance, respiratory stimulation, oxygen optimization, and of course…more steam between the sheets.

Lion’s Mane (Hericium Erinaceus)

Delicious medicinal edible revered for its triterpenes hericenone and erinacines neurostimulating and neuroregenerative effects, it contains a number of polysaccharides, such as β-glucan, heteroglucans, and heteroxylans. This is one of the most popular mushroom extracts for concentration and cognitive health

Turkey Tail (Trametes Versicolor)

Turkey Tail is used as a tonic for strength and stamina. Also known as Coriolus versicolor and Polyporus versicolor – it is a common polypore mushroom found throughout the world.

Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum)

AKA the “Relaxation & Rejuvenation” Mushroom. A true Eastern staple, recognized for more than 2000 years for its beta glucans and triterpenes qualities. It has been widely used for the general promotion of health and longevity.

Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus)

Used for centuries in Siberia and other parts of Asia to boost immunity and improve overall health. Generally found growing on birch trees, it has also been found on alder, beech and poplar. It often appears as buried stem canker, instead of the charcoal-like mass found on birch trees.

Agaricus blazei

Commonly known as almond mushroom, mushroom of the sun, God’s mushroom, mushroom of life, royal sun agaricus, jisongrong, or himematsutake and by a number of other names. Used in traditional medicine and as health food it supports immunity health. Rich in the immunomodulating polysaccharides, β-glucans.

Maitake (Grifola Frondosa)

Used in Japan and China for thousands of years, it has only gained popularity in the United States over the last twenty years. People are praising this mushroom for its promotion of health.

Enoki (flammulina velutipes)

The ideal superfood Enoki mushrooms have bioactive polysaccharides. Powerful properties to helps in the regulation of the immune system.

Polyporus Umbellatus

This is a rare, edible species of mushroom, found growing on roots of old beeches or oak. It is also called lumpy bracket and umbrella polypore.

Shiitake (Lentinula Edodes)

Best known as a delicious culinary mushroom, rich in Lentinan polysaccharides.

Perfect Blend of 10 Mushrooms

All the benefits of 10 powerful mushrooms combined to make life simple – all in one easy to manage spoonful.


What are mushroom supplements good for? Here are some of the benefits that mushroom supplement formulations can offer:

1. Supports cognitive function

Mushrooms such as lion’s mane and chaga contain multiple types of powerful antioxidants, polysaccharides, beta glucans and beta-glucoxylan compounds, which can generally help support healthy cognitive function by supporting the brain and body. Historically, lion’s mane was used for improving focus and concentration among meditators.

2. Supports a healthy immune system

Turkey tail and shiitake mushrooms, which have a long history of beneficial uses among indigenous people living in Asia, Europe and North America, can generally help support a healthy immune system by supplying important nutrients such as amino acids, prebiotics, vitamins and minerals.

Reishi, maitake and chaga mushrooms also contain a collection of compounds that generally support cellular immune response, including antioxidants, beta glucans, triterpenes, alkaloids, sterols and a variety of polysaccharides that have the ability to help fight oxidative stress. Maitake extract has specifically been shown to promote immune system modulation, while shiitake mushrooms contain lentinan, a potent protein that is thought to help support a healthy immune response.

Polysaccharides found in functional mushrooms naturally occur in the cell walls of fungi, bacteria, yeasts and more. They are natural overall immune system supporters and must be obtained from our diets, since our bodies cannot make them on their own.

3. Supports healthy energy levels and reduces fatigue

Cordycep mushrooms are typically known for their positive impact on physical performance, particularly exercise performance, stamina and recovery.

Functional mushrooms such as cordyceps also contain polysaccharides, which are digested by and used by the body as potential energy sources, but have a low glycemic index. Chaga is exceptionally high in antioxidants and other compounds that seem to support healthy energy levels, so much so that it was used similarly to coffee many years ago.

4. Supports the body’s ability to handle oxidative stress

Generally speaking, reishi and other mushrooms can help the body adapt to oxidative stress as well as emotional stress, and work to support a variety of healthy body processes.

Certain mushroom supplements are also made with supportive botanicals such as ashwagandha extract. Both ashwagandha and reishi have long been prized for their stress-relieving effects. Ashwagandha especially offer benefits such as supporting a healthy response to physical, emotional and mental stress, supporting restful sleep, boosting energy, reducing fatigue and enhancing focus and stamina.

5. Supports a healthy nervous system

Functional mushrooms such as cordyceps and lion’s mane, along with adaptogenic botanicals, can support a healthy nervous system, healthy cognitive function and healthy energy levels.

6. Supports a healthy response to inflammation

Compounds such as beta glucans found in mushrooms act to support a healthy immune system by supporting important players that generally help the body respond healthily to inflammation.

Maitake and turkey tail, for example, promote immune system modulation thanks to their polysaccharides, glycoproteins, triterpenes and other beneficial nutrients. Maitake has especially been used in ancient health traditions for healthy responses to inflammation thanks to, at least in part, the positive effects of specific beta-1,3-D-glucan polysaccharides within the immune system.

This product is a mixture of 10 kinds of mushroom powders, which is a case of mushroom products blend produced and sold by our company. We can customize different kinds, different quantities and different mixing proportions of mushroom powder for customers according to their own choices. The production process of mushroom powder blend is similar to that of mushroom powder.