- Organic Mushroom Extract Capsules
Organic Mushroom Extract Capsules
Naturally promotes focus and clarity, boosts energy, enhances metabolic function, and supports immunity.‡
Naturally promotes memory, focus, and mental clarity while supporting a balanced nervous system.‡
Naturally supports optimal immune system function while helping the body's natural defenses.‡
Naturally promotes energy, endurance, and stamina while helping to fight against daily fatigue.‡
This 4-pack includes four full-sized, 60 day supply bottles of our organic multi-mushroom extract capsules, each featuring a different mind or body benefit.‡
Functional blends made from 100% fruiting bodies
Using the latest scientific research, we formulated our potent 1x daily multi-mushroom blends to take advantage of each mushroom's unique bioactive compounds to deliver the most potent, comprehensive functional mushroom supplements.
Medicinal mushrooms have been studied for a host of health and wellness benefits -- from boosting the immune system and promoting energy to battling brain fog and even increasing the body's natural production of ATP, the molecule that provides energy to our cells.
“I did a lot of research and found that North Spore's capsules have the highest extract concentration. After using this supplement for almost a month, I have noticed a definite improvement in my mood, focus, and memory.”
–Alex, Verified Customer
Pure & Potent
Each blend is made from concentrated extracts that are up to 8-10x more potent than the industry standard, giving you more of the medicinal compounds found in each species.
Rooted in traditional wisdom and informed by current research, each multi-mushroom blend is crafted using the most time-tested and scientifically-supported species.
Soluble medicinal compounds are extracted from organic mushroom fruiting bodies and sclerotia, not mycelium grown on grain, to ensure maximum potency and absorption.
Tested & Verified
Blends are third-party tested and verified before encapsulation. Analysis measures β-1,3-glucan content and screens for microbes and heavy metals.
“I have always been the person that gets sick whenever something is going around. I've been using the immunity blend and can definitely see a difference. I feel healthier, have fewer sore throats and allergies, and recommend this to all of my friends!”
–JC, Verified Customer
Bioactive medicinal mushroom compounds
Cordyceps biologically active compounds include cordycepin, cordycepic acid, adenosine, and beta glucans. 
Chaga biologically active compounds include betulin, betulinic acid, polyphenols, triterpines, and inotodiol. 
Lion's Mane biologically active compounds include hericenones, erinacine, beta-glucans, and digestive enzymes. 
Maitake biologically active compounds include beta-glucans, heteroglycans, glycoproteins, and polyphenols. 
Poria biologically active compounds include triterpenes, sterols, polysaccharides, and fatty acids. 
Phellinus biologically active compounds include phenolic acids, polysaccharides, coumarins, and furans. 
Tremella biologically active compounds include polysaccharides, gluconic acid, xylose, mannose, and Vitamin D. 
Reishi biologically active compounds include triterpenes, polysaccharides, and peptidoglycans. 
Shiitake biologically active compounds include lentinan, polyphenols, eritadenine, B vitamins, and microsterols. 
Turkey Tail biologically active compounds include phenols, amino acids, nicotinamide, and fatty acids. 
‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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