What do these three mushrooms have in common? All three of these mushrooms are immunomodulators. That means that they will help the body’s immune system come into a place of balance. For those who tend to have overactive immune responses (chronic inflammation, allergies, etc), it will lower the immune response. For those with weaker immune systems, it will help to strengthen the immune response. What sets them apart? Turkey Tail’s special characteristic is its emphasis on immune wellness, Lion’s Mane has an emphasis on brain health, and Reishi supports a healthy blood pressure and fights respiratory ailments. Pick the mushroom that feels right for you and glide into fall with ease and grace :)
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