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.
Read on for the recipe!
Autumn is a time of reduction, the drawing inward of energy, with nature prompting us to release and let go of what is no longer necessary fortifying our bodies and minds for Winter.
Fallen leaves and fruit return to the earth and aligning ourselves with this sense of returning to source acts as our guide when we think about supporting our physical, emotional, and spiritual harmony throughout Autumn in order to thrive.
We hope some of the practices in this guide help you to find your own rhythm and drop into a sense of coherence with nature and her cycles.
Unsure which mushie is best for you? We hear you! We get asked this question a lot.
Navigating which medicinal mushroom extract you should go with can be a little confusing. Questions often arise like can I mix mushrooms? What’s the best time of day to take them? How do I take them?
Don’t sweat it. We’re here to help.
Turkey Tail Mushroom is most commonly praised for its capacity to boost resilience against viruses and pathogens, but one of the lesser-known abilities of this medicinal powerhouse is its benefits for optimal gut health.
In this journal post we dive beneath the colourful fans of this majestic shroom and uncover why Turkey Tail’s ability to increase the diversity of and population of beneficial bacteria in the gut beginning to be more widely recognised.
Energetically warming and moistening foods are key to nourishing our inner resilience across the cooler months and our turmeric rice porridge recipe with Cordyceps, Turkey Tail and ginger is no exception.
It’s similar to a traditional congee but a little thicker and without the overnight cooking time and offers a nourishing way to assimilate the healing properties of the mushies and spices.
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The deep flavours of Chaga and Turkey Tail provide a delicious accent to the chocolate and most importantly work together to promote whole-body resilience and strengthen immune defences.
We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!