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    <br>Our Shiitake Extract Powder is a convenient and easy way to add the goodness of Shiitake mushrooms to your favourite recipes. Made from the highest quality organic Shiitake mushrooms, our extract powder is a natural and healthy way to add flavour and nutrition to your meals. Our Shiitake Extract Powder is rich in important nutrients, including vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making it an excellent way to support overall health and well-being. With its savoury, umami flavour, it is a delicious addition to soups, stews, sauces and more. If you have just about any queries relating to where and also how you can make use of manufacturer of shiitake mushroom extract powder as Raw Material for pharmaceuticals, you can contact us with our web site. Our Shiitake Powder is vegan, gluten-free and non-GMO, making it a great choice for anyone with dietary restrictions. It is also free from fillers, binders and artificial ingredients, ensuring that you are getting only the highest quality ingredients. Try our Shiitake Powder today and experience the delicious and nutritious benefits of this amazing mushroom for yourself. You can really taste the quality with this one. Amazing value all around. The shiitake extract powder has boosted my immune system and regulated my blood sugar levels. As a nutrition major, the benefits of shiitake, particularly for heart health and blood sugar regulation, align perfectly with my studies and personal health goals. Adding shiitake powder to my meals has helped control my cholesterol levels and improved my overall heart health. This stuff is the secret ingredient to my morning shake. Feeling energized and my cholesterols in check! You must be logged in to post a review.<br>
    <br>To say it’s a daunting task for a guy like me to challenge each discipline within the supplement industry is the understatement of the decade. The only way we’ll be able to do so is by surrounding ourselves with experts within each category of supplements. Someone who knows the manufacturing and quality assurance processes intimately. Someone who is as committed as we are to wellness with integrity. I’ve been searching and I think I’ve found my mushroom guru. I recently interviewed Real Mushrooms founder Skye Chilton for The Big Mouth Pharmacist Podcast . It’s hard to know before the interview if someone’s going to live up to their own marketing hype. With Skye and Real Mushrooms, I feel like they actually sell themselves short a bit! This article is a first in a series around mushroom quality, augmented greatly by the expertise of Skye and Real Mushrooms. There are a lot of terms kicking around that you may or may not be familiar with as it pertains to mushrooms therapy.<br>
    <br>You know what they say about pictures… ‘Pictures are purtier than readin’,” or something like that… Spores start out by growing pretty deep and wide with and stringy but at times cotton-candy like root system called mycelium. After a while, a mushroom (or fruiting body) will grow above ground. There are names for the other parts of a mushroom- like the cap/gills/etc, but we’ll save that for another day. Ready for the easiest concept of the day? The mycelium and the mushroom are not the same. They don’t have the same makeup. Not like eye shadow and lipstick, but the chemical makeup of the different parts of the whole mushroom complex will vary in nutritional and biological components. Generally, the mycelium will simply be tubes with smaller concentrations of healthful compounds, as they are transporting most up to the mushroom itself, which will then create lots of unique goodies that, you know, do stuff in humans. All mushrooms aren’t good.<br>
    <br>In fact, most aren’t. There’s only a handful of mushrooms that won’t kill us, and some are just plain fun. The kind of fun where you trade your shoes for a grilled cheese sandwich at a Phish concert. In the mushrooms that are good medicinally, we see interesting health benefits. Mushrooms have been used to support immune health, stress, energy levels, memory and more. They’re relatively safe, and it doesn’t take much to find good data to support their use for various health concerns. Even in patients dealing with cancer diagnoses! It makes sense, then, that people get excited and want to try out mushrooms. I’m with you, and I recommend them whenever I can. Unfortunately, the natural products industry is great at letting us down, and they do so because it is not only more financially feasible, it’s highly profitable. Let’s talk about the biggest lie in the mushroom industry right now… Mushrooms are cultivated by placing a growth medium into plastic bags, sterilizing it, inoculating it with spores, and then growing at the proper temperature, light, and humidity.<br>

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