Mushroom Complex Tablets
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- Effectiveness supported by multiple clinical trials
- Blend of 7 Different Mushrooms
- Derived from 100% Natural Ingredients
- Suitable for Vegan
- Powerful mushroom extracts
- High dose blend
Introducing our brand new Mushroom Complex Tablets at Naturecan! If you want to take care of your general well-being, we have you covered with our Mushroom Complex Tablets to support you this season.
Our Mushroom Complex 90 Tablets contain 7 natural mushrooms for an optimal effect. This will allow you to gain the potential benefits of our powerful mushroom extracts.
What are mushroom tablets potentially good for?
Our Mushroom Complex Tablets contain 7 natural mushrooms, which have been studied with some results indicating that each mushroom has potential benefits.
Keep reading for a breakdown of each mushroom included in our Mushroom Complex Tablets.
Types of Mushrooms in our Tablets
We have included 7 important mushrooms in our Mushroom Complex Tablets. Keep reading for more information on clinical trials:
Lion’s Mane: Is a functional mushroom, the fruiting bodies contain nootropic substances, erinacines and hericenones respectively. Studies have shown that Lion’s Mane has potential benefits that have been researched for their protective and restorative effects on brain and nerve tissue. (1, 2)
Reishi: This is one of the most researched mushrooms. Ganoderma lucidum or ‘reishi’ as it’s commonly called, has a long history of use in Asia to support health and longevity. Like other functional mushrooms, studies have shown that it has potential antioxidant and immune-supportive properties. As an adaptogenic mushroom, the benefits of reishi include hundreds of bioactive substances that could support the body’s homeostatic balance.(9)
Chaga: Chaga is a powerful ingredient. Inonotus obliquus or chaga grows on birch trees throughout the Northern Hemisphere. It has one of the highest levels of antioxidants which could potentially help the body combat free radicals and oxidative stress. The benefits of chaga mushrooms are in their adaptogenic and antioxidant capacities (7, 8).
Cordyceps: Cordyceps militaris is cultivated currently on grain, making this unique fungus much more accessible and available as a vegan product. Cordyceps contains adenosine, a building block of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which provides energy for cellular processes in the body. Cordyceps are commonly known as a functional mushroom which could be preferred by athletes for its support for endurance, stamina, and athletic performance. (3)
Maitake: Commonly called “king of mushrooms,” Grifola frondosa or maitake, is an edible mushroom native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Its woodsy flavour and characteristic aroma make it a welcome addition to warm, earthy recipes.
Tremella: Historically, in China, the Tremella mushroom is considered the “Fountain of Youth”. Recent research has shown that tremella mushrooms have
Shiitake mushrooms: These mushrooms are high in B vitamins, and they serve as a food source of vitamin D. Shiitake are rich in polysaccharides like lentinans and other beta-glucans, with research indicating that these compounds could potentially protect against cell damage and help your immune system. (5)
Clinical trial citations:
- Effects of Hericium Erinaceus on Microbiota and Cognition - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
- Lions-Mane-Cognitive-Vitality-For-Researchers.pdf (alzdiscovery.org)
- Pharmacological and therapeutic potential of Cordyceps with special reference to Cordycepin - PMC (nih.gov)
- A review on the production, structure, bioactivities and applications of Tremella polysaccharides - PMC (nih.gov)
- Consuming Lentinula edodes (Shiitake) Mushrooms Daily Improves Human Immunity: A Randomized Dietary Intervention in Healthy Young Adults - PubMed (nih.gov)
- Continuous intake of the Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) aqueous extract suppresses cancer progression and maintains body temperature in mice - PMC (nih.gov)
- Recent Developments in Inonotus obliquus (Chaga mushroom) Polysaccharides: Isolation, Structural Characteristics, Biological Activities and Application - PMC (nih.gov)
What time of the day should I take mushroom complex?
Essentially, you can take our Mushroom Complex Tablets at whatever time suits you best. However, we do recommend taking them with a meal.
Colour (Calcium Carbonate), Bulking Agent (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Chaga Mushroom Sclerotium Extract 4:1 (Inonotus obliquus), Cordyceps Mycelium Extract Powder (Cordyceps sinensis), Tremella Fuciformis Fruiting Body Mushroom Powder (Tremella fuciformis), Reishi Mushroom Fruiting Body Powder (Ganoderma lucidum), Lion’s Mane Mushroom Fruiting Body Extract 5:1 (Hericium erinaceus), Maitake Mushroom Fruiting Body Powder (Grifola frondosa), Shiitake Mushroom Fruiting Body Powder (Lentinus edodes), Anti-Caking Agents (Magnesium Salts of Fatty Acids, Silicon Dioxide).
Allergens: Produced in a facility which also handles gluten containing ingredients, egg, milk, soya, crustaceans, fish, molluscs, sulphites and celery.
90 Tablets / 30 Servings.
Per Daily Serving
Chaga Mushroom Sclerotium Extract
Cordyceps Mycelium Extract Powder
Tremella Fuciformis Fruiting Body Powder
Reishi Mushroom Fruiting Body Powder
Lion’s Mane Mushroom Fruiting Body Extract
Maitake Mushroom Fruiting Body Powder
Shiitake Mushroom Fruiting Body Powder
Mushroom Tablets Dosage
Simply take 3 Mushroom Complex Tablets, ideally with a meal, every single day.
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Who should not take mushroom tablets?
If you are unsure of whether you should take our Mushroom Complex tablets, speak with your Doctor who can assess your situation and help you to decide whether incorporating our mushroom tablets into your routine is the right step for you.
Why choose Naturecan’s Mushroom Complex Tablets?
Naturecan offers an extensive and exclusive range of quality products and supplements. With websites live in over 40 countries worldwide, we use our global reach to deliver our products to a growing customer base.
All of Naturecan’s products are created using industry-leading technology and undergo rigorous testing practices with third parties in order to ensure product quality, customer safety and supply chain transparency.
Are Mushroom Complex Tablets vegan?
Yes, our Mushroom Complex Tablets are vegan-friendly.
Can I take mushroom tablets with food?
Our Mushroom Complex Tablets are designed to be taken 3 times daily, ideally with a meal.
What time of day should I take mushroom complex?
Our mushroom tablets are best taken with a meal, so around your dinner time would be ideal for consumption.
How many mushroom tablets should I take?
We recommend taking 3 Mushroom Complex Tablets, ideally with a meal.
Where to buy high-quality mushroom tablets?
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