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3 Mushrooms blend



Formula: Turkey Tell, Chaga and Reishi Musrooms

Double boil extraction with sugar cane alcohol



Chaga mushrooms

Inonotus obliquus:


Inonotus obliquus has been used in Russia as far back as the 16th Century for various cancers, especially tumors associated with angiogenesis (buildup of blood vessels that feed cancerous growths).  In Siberia, chaga has been widely known to help treat tuberculosis, liver conditions and stomach problems including gastritis and ulcers.  The Khanty people of Western Siberia put the chaga into fire and put the smoldering conk into hot water for use to clean and purify women's genital region after menstruation and birthing.

Also used in Canadian aboriginal culture First Nations people have been using Chaga for Centuries as well. Cree healers call chaga Poashkan or Wiskakecakomikih. Wisakecak .  Used by the Cree and other native nations as a form of Moxibustion treatment to stimulate the body’s energy meridians.


Chaga grow on Birch Tree ( Seán Pádraig O’Donoghue): 


Ecologically, birch is the tree of regeneration. When the old forest is cleared of hardwoods by lumbering, fire or ice flows, the birch is the first to return. Because of its ability to give birth to a new habitat, the birch is called the Mother tree or Nursery tree. It protects the new hard woods until they can take over. Chaga mushrooms grew on the bodies of the older Birches – mushrooms whose decoction bears the hint of the taste of Birch, and which are known for their capacity to help slow or reverse several types of cancer associated with high radiation levels. The Birch is helping the land regenerate.

He notes that this is also a time of purification by fire and water– beginning to move what has attached to us or stagnated within us all winter to prepare for spring. We clear the way to come back into our bodies and into the living world, carrying the insights of winter’s long

dreaming, “The Birch was and still is a sacred, goddess, life-line tree in all Northern circumpolar

cultures.  In Irish, Scottish, Nordic, Baltic, Slavic, and Germanic traditions, this association with emerging forests, the white color of the tree’s bark, the simultaneously soothing and invigorating scent of the leaves and the sap, and the character of their medicine make Birch associated with purification. The best-known connection between the Birch and purification is its use in the sauna. (We will likely never know if it was used in similar ways in Irish and Scottish sweathouses.) 



Ganoderma genus :


Have a long history of being used to calm the spirit, as well as a recent history of showing a remarkable capacity for modulating inflammatory immune responses. I have found that—over time for most people, and instantly for a few—Reishi can help bring a profound sense of stillness. Matthew Becker speaks of Reishi’s capacity to “pull trauma from tissues.” I experience this as a kind of metabolization of experiences and memories, analogous to the support Reishi provides for the liver’s work of clearing physiological toxins and metabolic waste. There is an interesting signature present here—Reishi spreads its white mycelium through the wood of old trees, slowly breaking that wood down, bringing forth the red fruiting body of the mushroom, which releases golden spores into the wind. Wood holds the memory of the experience of the tree, as evidenced by the way we can read the history of a tree’s life by looking at the rings within its trunk that mark each year of its growth, so Reishi is metabolizing the tree’s experience—the same thing it does for us. The red of the fruiting body suggests the blossoming of life, the golden spores dispersed on the wind suggest the luminous wisdom of a life well lived being passed on to others. The white of the mycelium, similar in form and function to our nerves, suggests consciousness reaching into the world of things past, those things to which blood no longer flows.


Reishi is one of my favorite allies for helping people process things through dreaming. I learned about this years ago when someone came to me for panic attacks that had begun suddenly, in the wake of big life changes. I gave her a formula that included Reishi to settle the heart. She came back a few weeks later and said that the panic attacks were less frequent and that in her dreams, she had been meeting with people she had unfinished business with and bringing old situations to resolution, so I continued her on that formula. A few weeks later she came back and said that everything was great, but that she was waking up feeling like she had done too much work in her dreams. So we took the Reishi out, and the dream meetings stopped. Later, she wanted to resume that dream work, so I added Reishi back in, and sure enough, the dreams returned.

Bring felt a deep, grounded peace. ( Seán Pádraig O’Donoghue)


Turkey Tell

Trametes versicolor:


In the wild, turkey tail, grows on dead hardwood trees throughout the world. Its distinctive layered stripes of brown, tan, gray, and white can be stunning. Inspired by its natural beauty, the Japanese call it “kawaritake,” or “cloud mushroom,” due to its resemblance to swirling clouds.

In many Asian cultures, turkey tail symbolizes longevity and health, spiritual attunement, and infinity. Known in Chinese culture as Tun Zhi, it has been used for centuries by practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as an immunomodulator that supports immune function and helps fight infections. Many have brewed turkey tail into a soothing tea to clear dampness, increase energy, and strengthen the lungs, stomach, and spleen. This functional mushroom’s ability to support the health of both an underactive and overactive immune system is unique and long valued among physicians of traditional medicine. 

Understanding the Health and Wellness Benefits of Turkey Tail

One of the most researched of all functional mushrooms, turkey tail is in a class of its own. It is known in particular for its potent natural polysaccharides, including polysaccharide K (PSK) and polysaccharide peptide (PSP). These protein-bound polysaccharides help to support a healthy and robust immune response as well as manage the inflammatory response at the cellular level.

Turkey tail also features a broad array of naturally occurring compounds that help to improve stamina and support gut health, which, in turn, correlates with a healthy immune system. It is packed with antioxidants, including powerful flavonoids and more than 35 phenols. They promote immune system health by helping to manage inflammation and by stimulating the release of immune-supportive compounds. It’s also replete in prebiotics, which help nourish the beneficial bacteria in the gut and assist in the restoration of a balance of good flora in the gastrointestinal tract, supporting improved digestion and healthy immune response.


Use 7 drops to 40 drops up to 4 times per day


Strong formula 




3 Mushrooms blend

SKU: 126351351935
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