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5 Mushroom Tinctures That Can Improve Anyone's Health

5 Mushroom Tinctures That Can Improve Anyone's Health.

What is Tincture?

A tincture is typically an extract of plant material dissolved in ethanol. Tincture concentrations of 25–60% are common but may run as high as 90%. In chemistry, a tincture is a solution that has ethanol as its solvent. In regard to mushrooms, alcoholic tinctures are made with various ethanol concentrations, 20% being the most common. Birch Boys tinctures have tested between 20-25% alcohol content in the final product.

Incorporating Tinctures Into Your Daily Routine

As always, let's talk mushrooms- which are considered one of the world's most beneficial superfoods that can be added to any sort of lifestyle regimen to promote wellness. Let’s take a look at the historic use of the following mushrooms to find evidence as to why we should continue these usage traditions today.

Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) 

It is known as an herb of great medicinal use. Teas, soup broths, and other recipes became incredibly prolific as this culture incorporated the use of mushrooms into everyday life to benefit from the anti-inflammatory properties and vitamins and minerals; potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, iron, zinc, and copper to name a few. Chaga (Innonotus obliqqus) also deserves to be mentioned as it was and continues to be used in a modern context, Chaga mushroom is an aid in digestion, lung health. anti-inflammatory properties, it helped soothe skin sores.

Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) 

Lion's Mane Mushroom (or Hedgehog Mushroom historically) is rich in rare and important components, especially beta-glucans and polysaccharides, which are responsible for anti-cancer, immune support, antioxidant and neuroprotective properties. Used for centuries as a tonic and health treatment.

Maitake (Grifola frondosa) 

the 'dancing mushroom' has been one of the newest additions to our tincture line. It’s a powerful adaptogen, which means that it can help several bodily processes return to homeostasis once depending on your needs. For example - studies have shown that it may help lower high blood sugar & high cholesterol back to normal, healthy levels. In addition, Maitake has proven itself as one of the most nutritionally rich polypore mushrooms out there. Maitake mushrooms are rich in a number of health-beneficial components similar to Chaga, such as beta-glucans, antioxidants, fiber, vitamins B and C, potassium, minerals, and amino acids.

Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor). 

This is the final mushroom, in this mushroom is perhaps the most convoluted in nature when it comes to historic use. For example, The Japanese government approved the use of Turkey Tail mushrooms in the 1980s for treating several types of cancers, and it is currently used along with surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. It was also shown to significantly extend survival at five years or beyond in cancers of the stomach, colon/rectum, esophagus, nasopharynx, and lung (non-small cell types) 

Do these examples sound familiar to how modern humans can incorporate mushrooms into a daily regimen? The connection between historical use and modern possibility is exciting, if our ancestors consumed these powerful medicines provided by nature, that seems to be a great reason to explore the benefits for ourselves!

How to store mushroom tinctures?

Ideally, your tinctures should be kept in a cool, dark location (such as a pantry). Do not freeze tinctures or expose them to prolonged sunlight or high temperatures as ingredients can become ineffective. Tinctures do not have a shelf life span and can be kept for upwards of 10 years.

How do I use the mushroom tinctures?

Simply put 5-10 drops of tincture into hot or cold beverages 3-5 times per day. Add to soups or broths, smoothies, or yogurts for a subtle mushroom flavor. Get creative! There is nothing you can’t add a mushroom tincture to! Specific dosage questions should be directed to your healthcare professional. Listen to your body to determine the maximum dosage.

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