Strengthen your immune system
Mushroom 7 from Nature's Lab is a blend of seven organically grown
mushroom species. Mushrooms are specifically selected to complement each
other and promote the strengthening of the immune system as well as
general well-being. Formulated with organic mushrooms, this premium blend
includes species of Brazilian agaricus, fu ling, lion's mane, maitake,
reishi, shiitake and turkey tail.
Why choose Nature's Lab Mushroom 7:
Helps general well-being
• Strengthens the immune system
• Formulated with organic mushrooms
• Includes seven species of mushrooms in each serving
• Certified GMO-free, gluten-free, kosher and halal
The 7 species of mushrooms from Mushroom 7
BRAZILIAN AGARICUS (Agaricus blazei): The origin of the Brazilian agaricus
fungus species comes from the mountain village of Piedade, about 60 miles
north of São Paulo, Brazil. Historically, this species of mushroom was first
referenced in medicine as early as the Byzantine Empire, illustrating that
this powerful mushroom has a long tradition of medicinal use. Growing in
popularity in the 1970s, the Brazilian agaricus fungus remains the subject
of intense studies in major scientific journals for its promising benefits.
- FU LING (Wolfiporia cocos): Considered an ancient Chinese herb, fu ling
mushrooms, also known as poria mushrooms, have been used medicinally for
about 2000 years. These mushrooms are harvested for their medicinal
qualities and crushed into a powder for use in many natural remedies.
LION'S MANE (Hericium erinaceus): Used for a long time in traditional
Chinese medicine, this mushroom is known to contain large quantities of
antioxidants, beta-glucan and polysaccharides for their medicinal
- MAITAKE (Grifola frondosa): Native to the mountain forests of
northeastern Japan, maitake mushrooms are also known as ghost mushrooms due
to their rare occurrence in nature. In ancient times, the maitake mushroom
was a valuable source of food and healing. Today, the maitake mushroom is
cultivated for its high levels of protein-bound beta-glucan polysaccharides,
which are extracted for their potent qualities.
- REISHI (Ganoderma lucidum):
Considered a potent herb, reishi mushrooms have a history dating back over
4000 years. Although rare in the wild, this mushroom has been cultivated
commercially and scientifically researched since the 1960s for its potential
benefits for general well-being.
- SHIITAKE (Lentinula edodes): Rich in
selenium, iron, fibers, proteins and vitamin C, these mushrooms are widely
praised for their properties promoting general well-being.
- TURKEY TAIL (Coriolus
versicolor): True to its Latin name Trametes versicolor, this particular
species is rich in polysaccharides and beta-glucans, making it a widely
studied medically and highly esteemed species in relation to its long
history in medicine Chinese.