In the Southern Hemisphere, we've made the transition to spring and it's the time of year when we begin to shed the stagnation of winter and get the opportunity to tap into the energy of rebirth and rapid expansion that comes with this new season.
One of the medicinal mushrooms we love working with at this time of year is Lion’s Mane. Just as nature awakens from its winter slumber, Lion's Mane emerges as a potent ally to invigorate body and mind.
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The number one mushroom we turn to as an ally for managing stress is Reishi. As a prized adaptogen Reishi is renowned for supporting the body’s innate capacity to handle stress, guiding us back to a peaceful state of balance.
Read on to discover how Reishi mushroom can work to soothe the stress response within our body, mind and spirit.
We’re always in search of nourishing snacks to keep us fuelled and fulfilled throughout the day and our Seedy Snack Bars with Cordyceps is one of our favourites.
Believe us when we say these bars are not only deliciously energising but seriously filling. They’re packed with a powerhouse of essential vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. We’ve also added a touch of sweetness with the dark chocolate, maple syrup and bee pollen.
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In the Southern Hemisphere we’re in the frosty depths of winter, the season that invites us to protect our inner resilience and support our immune health. Medicinal mushrooms go a long way in helping to strengthen our innate immune response, but their action is enhanced when we’re moving in harmony with the seasons and working to cultivate a strong foundation of health.
Read on for our top lifestyle practices to naturally move in harmony with winter and support our inner resilience mentally and physically.
In this recipe, we've batch prepared a Turkey Tail, Ginger, and Honey Immune Tonic, frozen into large ice cubes creating little immune bombs that are ready to go.
Once dissolved in boiled water these Immune Bombs create a tonic that is earthy, warming, spicy with a hint of honeyed sweetness.
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Affectionately known as the beauty shroom, Tremella has been used traditionally for thousands of years as a youth-protecting tonic, slowing the natural signs of ageing.
With its softly sweet, malty flavour, Tremella forms the perfect base for this warming winter tea along with added goji berry and jujube.
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Tremella mushroom has created a buzz in beauty circles in recent years yet its fame as the beauty mushroom didn’t arrive overnight. Tremella comes to us from a long tradition of use in ancient China as the secret to a youthful complexion amongst noblewomen who sought to nourish their beauty.
In this Journal entry, we explore how Tremella first became somewhat of an ancient beauty legend and delve into its modern uses for promoting skin health and radiance.