This mushroom is sure to ruffle your feathers. Turkey Tail, a mushroom that strikingly resembles that of a turkey’s behind, is primarily used for gut health and immune system support. Where do Turkey Tail mushrooms grow? This mushroom grows naturally on decomposing wood and is extremely abundant in many countries...
Kakadu plum (scientific name Terminalia ferdinandiana), also called "Gubinge" is a flowering plant native to Australia’s Northern Territory.
For numerous years, Indigenous people have been using this incredible superfood for everything from a source of food, to a healing remedy and antiseptic. It is also known as an antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral agent.
Following a recent podcast with Dave Asprey from Bulletproof Radio, Dave highlighted our Lion's Mane extract.
“I've been working with them for the last several months and really testing out their species and their extracts,” said Dave. “And I actually became an investor and advisor in the company because I'm pretty excited about it."
You can eat them as a meat replacement, or steamed with vegetables. You can put them in a soup, or turn them into jerky. The options seem limitless, and so do their potential health benefits.
While in North America, Life Cykel co-founder Julian Mitchell met up with Dave Asprey from Bulletproof Radio to chat about functional mushrooms. In case you didn’t catch the podcast, or simply could not commit to 50 minutes of listening time, here is a quick summary of what you missed.