Mushroom teas are one of the fastest growing trends in the health and fitness communities.
However, health tonics featuring medicinal mushrooms are nothing new.
They've been used in Native American, Russian, and Asian cultures for centuries as longevity and immortality potions.
Modern science is beginning to corroborate these long held beliefs that medicinal mushrooms have an enormous range of benefits.
Briefly, the mushrooms in the tea recipes I'm about to show you have demonstrated in scientific studies the ability to:
- boost nerve growth factor (supports healthy brain function) 
- increase ATP production and efficiency (better workouts) 
- boost immune response 
- improve antioxidant capacity 
- reduce oxidative stress 
- support healthy DNA function and replication 
The tea preparations in this video feature our innovative Myco Stacks:
- MycoMIND - Lion's Mane mushroom combined with BioPQQ
- MycoBOOST - Yerba Mate + Cordyceps mushroom
- MycoIMMUNE - featuring Chaga, Reishi, and Turkey Tail mushrooms
Mix and Match
You can get creative with your Myco Teas. Here are a few other suggestions not in the video:
- Try 2 MycoBOOST + 1 MycoMIND for a great pre-workout boost
- Try 1 MycoBOOST + 2 MycoMIND before some intense mental work
- Try 1 capsule of each Myco product in your tea
**MY TIP: Add mulling spices to your tea for an amazing flavor and health boost.**
Mulling spices smell like Christmas and include lemon and orange peel, cinnamon, and clove.
We talked about the immune supporting properties of clove in our 5 Spices That Boost Immunity blog post here.
Let us know your favorite combo for mushroom tea in the comments section.
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