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Deep Immune Booster

$55.00 $60.00

In the world of natural health, "medicinal" mushrooms are known as some of the most potent immune boosters and disease fighters.

Ingredients:  Chaga Extract, Reishi Extract, Turkey Tail Extract, Black Hoof Exract, Red-belted Polypore Extract,  Artist's Conk Extract

Wild Medicinal Mushrooms found in Deep Immune Booster:


  • Support immune function
  • Promote normal cellular growth
  • Protect against environmental stressors
  • Support your body’s normal detoxification process
  • Preserve cellular structure
  • Support healthy gut flora
  • Promote optimal digestion

What is it about mushrooms that makes them so potentially valuable to your health?

Beta glucans and proteoglycans are the primary biologically active compounds in mushroom fruit bodies and mycelia that support the immune systems of humans, and some animals, too.* Beta glucans are chains of polysaccharides, and proteoglycans are special proteins, often found in connective tissue.

And what makes mushroom-derived beta glucans so valuable to human health is this - their ability to help support the immune system.* And that may offer value to individuals who desire to support optimal immune function without over-stimulation.

How do mushrooms support immune function?

Beta Glucans Functions

Beta glucans function like a lock and key

The beta glucans found in mushrooms are large and complex long-chain molecules. What sets certain beta glucans apart are their unique side-branching patterns.

Just like a key and lock, the beta glucan compounds in mushrooms must “fit” perfectly with cellular receptor sites to support the immune system.*

By binding to receptor points on cells important to the immune system, the beta glucan polysaccharide compounds can have a positive effect on your immune cells.*

Each individual mushroom species contributes a variety of beta glucan molecular structures. When you combine several species, you multiply the number of immune cell receptor sites that may be activated.

While beta glucans have been the most studied component, wild mushrooms contain many other bioactive compounds and proteins that support immune function, too


Sustainably foraged in Canada

*Wild * Organic * Handmade


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