MUSHROOMS

At Mocolate, we use four different kinds of medicinal mushrooms, all aimed to improve the body's well-being and lifestyle.

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 Chaga Mushroom

Chaga is most commonly grown on birch trees in colder climates. Due to its bitter nature, it is often used in teas. They are rich in antioxidants and studies have shown benefits for the heart, lungs and liver. Chaga also contains over 215 Phytonutrients, and is a powerful apoptogenic,  which makes it very efficient against stress.    
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Lion's Mane

With a variety of names ("Pom Pom", "Bearded Tooth"), Lion's Mane has multiple uses in improving physical and mental health. Most commonly used for cognitive health and function, Lion's Mane is also known to improve the nervous and digestive systems. Studies have shown this mushroom can assist with memory loss, prevention of neuronal damage, and promote nerve growth. Alongside the cognitive benefits, people also use Lion's Mane to ease their anxiety and stress. 
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Cordyceps

Cordyceps are considered a parasitic fungi, and when harvested, used to treat fatigue, kidney diseases, and other ailments. Studies show cordyceps (two main types: Sinsensis and Militaris) help increase the body's ATP, which delivers energy to the muscles. They also have anti-aging properties and can manage blood sugar levels, reduce inflammation and improve heart health. 
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Reishi Mushroom

Known as the King of Mushrooms, this fungus has been a staple in Eastern medicine. Within the mushroom, there are several molecules, including triterpenoids, polysaccharides and peptidoglycans, that may be responsible for its health effects. Reishi has been used to boost the human immune system, increase energy and activity, and provide extra benefits to the heart and brain.