Organic Maitake Mushroom 10:1 Concentrated Extract Powder

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Maitake Mushroom

10:1 Concentrated Extract Powder -  Organic 

2oz - 56 grams

What is Maitake Mushroom?

Maitake is a nutrient-rich mushroom which grows on oak and maple trees in parts of Japan and North America. The mushroom is highly-prized in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and it has been ingested for its health benefits for over 2000 years. From a TCM standpoint, some of the health compounds in maitake mushroom are believed to help to support immune-health, reduce inflammation, and increase vitality.

We transform the highest quality, sustainably sourced maitake mushrooms into a powerful extract powder that is incredibly potent. Rich and earthy, our concentrated extract powder is ready to use, and it will add extra flavor and goodness to your drinks and foods.

Maitake is rich in vitamins, minerals, polysaccharides, dietary fiber, and amino acids. Maitake mushrooms are also fat-free, low in sodium and contain zero cholesterol.


What Makes Our Maitake Mushroom Extract Powder So Special?

Pure: Nothing fillers or added nasties

Ready to Use: Just add to smoothies, juices, and teas

Potent: A powerful 10:1 concentrated extract powder

Ethically Sourced: Sustainably cultivated

Packaging: Comes in a reusable, eco-friendly  pouch

Economical: Up to 56 servings per pack

How Do I Use Maitake Mushroom?

We prepare the raw maitake mushroom by carefully transforming it into a potent and pure extract powder. During this process, we concentrate the mushroom so that the more contains ten times the amount of nutrients than the raw mushroom. This means that you will be able to receive ten times the goodness in each serving.

The powder is very versatile and easy to use, and you can add it to both sweet and savory dishes. It blends well with soups, stocks, dips and salad dressings. You can also use it to upgrade your smoothies and supercharge your juices. Just add in 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of the powder to your drinks, and stir or blend it until it has fully dissolved. If you want something simple then you can simply dissolve 1 tsp of the maitake powder into warm water to create a tonic tea (try out our simple maitake chai tea recipe listed below.

Maitake blends well with other medicinal mushrooms such as reishi, chaga, tremella and shiitake. You can create your own home elixirs by experimenting with other ingredients including tonic herbs and superfoods.

In order to help preserve the many nutrients in this supplement, it's best to store your maitake powder in a cool, dry place. 

Maitake Mushroom Facts: Did You Know?

In Japan, Maitake is nicknamed the dancing mushroom, as it was once so highly-prized that when people found it in the wild they would jump for joy!

Organically grown maitake mushrooms are approximately 20% protein.

Maitake mushroom is also known as hen of the woods, sheep's head, king of mushrooms and cloud mushroom.

In the wild, maitake grows at the base of oak and other trees, and it is native to Northeast Japan and North America.

Tropikale: A Nourishing Maitake Smoothie Recipe

Yes, it’s totally normal to add maitake mushroom to your smoothies! Juicy pineapple combines perfectly with the cooling, electrolyte-filled coconut water to create a tropical tasting drink. We’ve also thrown some kale in there because it's an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, and it helps to take the edge off the sweetness of the pineapple. For an extra cool smoothie, peel the pineapple, cut it into chunks and pop it in the fridge to freeze before using it in this recipe. 

You Will Need

  • 1/3 of  a pineapple
  • 2 cups of coconut water (bonus points if you can get it fresh)
  • A handful of kale
  • 1 tsp of maitake powder


Pour the coconut water into your blender and then add all of the other ingredients. Whizz it up until the whole mixture is smooth, you may need to do this longer than expected to make sure that kale is properly blended. Add more coconut water to create your desired consistency. Enjoy immediately.

Maitake Mushroom Recipe: Simple Chai Mushroom Tea

If you're strapped for time but still want to enjoy the goodness of Maitake mushroom, then this recipe if for you. This warming tea is perfect for cozy mornings, and it can be whipped up in less than a minute. If you have the time, you can create your own chai blend by infusing water with a range of fresh herbs and spices including cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and black pepper. 

You Will Need

  • 1 chai tea bag
  • Plant-based milk (almond, coco, or cashew)
  • 1 tsp of maitake mushroom complex powder


Pop your chai tea bag into your favourite mug and fill with boiling water. Allow the teabag to infuse the water for your chosen amount of time. Add in a teaspoon of the maitake mushroom complex powder and then stir until it has fully dissolved. Pour in a dash of your plant-based milk and enjoy! If it's hot out and you fancy something a little cooling, just place your maitake chai tea in the fridge, or add in some ice cubes to make a refreshing iced chai latte. You can also modify this recipe by adding in vanilla, or a touch of date syrup or coconut sugar to sweeten it up a little. 

Supplement Facts

Ready to Use: Just add 1/2 - 1 tsp to smoothies, teas, and foods

Ingredients: Maitake 10:1 concentrated extract powder

Also Known As: Hen of the woods, sheep’s head, dancing mushroom, grifola frondosa

Servings Per Pack: Around 56

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place