Our extract is made from a combination of fruiting bodies and mycelium. Our liquid extracts contain less than 1% of starch. This result proves that we can currently separate more than 99% of the grain parts (mainly starch) from the mycelium with our proprietary extraction process that has been lodged with the patent office.
How much vitamin C is in your extracts?
We are using the Kakadu plum mostly as a natural flavouring. We are not making any claims on the vitamin C content of our extract. We do believe the formulation is amazing for optimising your day and we receive many positive reviews about this on a daily basis.
What percentage of Kakadu Plum is in your extracts?
Our extraction processes and formulas are part of our company's IP which is within our patents lodged
I wanted to purchase some of your lion's mane extract, however I noticed that you don’t actually use lions mane (Hericeum erinaceus) but coral tooth (Hericeum coralloides). I wondered if you could point me in the direction of any research that suggests this has the same NGF compounds that erinaceus has?
In Australia, our Lion's Mane is native and is called Hericium corraloïdes. Find below a reference to a relevant article published in 2016. Hericium coralloïdes is generally recognized as a type of Lion's Mane mushroom with similar properties to the most known of the family called Hericium erinaceus.
Reference: Wittstein, K. et al (2016). Corallocins A–C, Nerve Growth and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Inducing Metabolites from the MushroomHericium coralloides. Journal of Natural Products, 79(9), pp.2264-2269