Medicinal Mushroom

Reishi Medicinal Mushroom

The Different Colours of Reishi Mushroom

The 'mushroom of immortality' and nourisher of the spirit, Reishi mushroom is revered for its ability to support a sense of calm while at the same time strengthen immunity and support the body's innate ability to handle stress.

At Inner Atlas we work with Red Reishi. During the Ming Dynasty 6 colours of Reishi were immortalised into legend; red, black, white, purple, green and yellow, and were related to the 5 Elements Theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine, with each colour being connected to an organ system within the body. Read on as we dive into each of the 6 colours and their benefits.

Lemon Basil Hazelnut Cake with Turkey Tail and Tremella

Recipe ~ Lemon, Basil, Hazelnut Loaf with Turkey Tail, & Tremella Maple Glaze

Making the most of the end-of-season lemons from my Dad’s tree and young spring basil, it seemed like the perfect time to share this recipe with you. We’re having a moment with Turkey Tail mushroom and have added it into the base, but any medicinal mushroom extract would work well with this recipe blending with the tartness of the lemon, freshness of the basil and rich base of hazelnut.
Why we use Wood-Grown vs Grain-Grown Medicinal Mushrooms

Why we use Wood-Grown vs Grain-Grown Medicinal Mushrooms

Medicinal mushrooms have evolved to grow on wood, and across thousands of years ancient cultures have worked with the fruiting bodies of wood-grown medicinal mushrooms found in the wild. This is a tradition that we follow at Inner Atlas. 

Read on to discover the benefits of wood-grown vs grain grown medicinal mushrooms and why this is so integral to what we do at Inner Atlas. 

Runner Cordyceps Mushroom Athletic Performance | Medicinal Mushrooms

Cordyceps and its History with Olympic Athletes

Cordyceps medicinal mushroom, known for its ability to increase energy and athletic output has a legacy with Olympic athletes, being the catalyst for this medicinal mushroom’s splash into the mainstream spotlight in the 90’s. Read on to discover how this has translated into Cordyceps being coveted by today's athletes and active individuals looking to elevate their performance.