Shiitake Mushroom 10:1 Concentrated Extract Powder - 2oz - Organic
What is Shiitake Mushroom ?
Shiitake mushroom is a type of capped fungi that most commonly grows on decaying trees in parts of Japan, the US, Canada, and China. It’s the second most popular type of mushroom in the world, but despite this, many people are unaware of its incredible health properties. We transform the highest quality, sustainably-sourced shiitake mushrooms into a versatile extract powder which is ready to be used.
Shiitake mushroom contains a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals and health compounds. It is rich in niacin, pantothenic Acid, vitamin B6, riboflavin, manganese, selenium, copper, zinc, potassium, magnesium, vitamin D and all eight essential fatty acids. They are also a good source of dietary fiber.
What Makes Our Shiitake Mushroom So Special?
Natural: 100% pure with nothing added or taken away
Ready to Use: Just add to smoothies, juices, and teas
Potent: Al 10:1 concentrated extract powder
Organic: Better for you and the environment
Packaging: Comes in a reusable, eco-friendly resealable pouch
Economical: Up to 56 servings per pack
What Is a Concentrated Extract Powder?
We take the highest quality shiitake mushrooms and then carefully transform them into a 10:1 concentrated extract powder. Nothing is added during this gentle process, so you are left with a highly potent powder that contains ten times the amount of nutrients than the raw mushroom in each serving.
How Do I Use Shiitake Mushroom?
The finely-milled powder dissolves almost instantly in liquids, which makes it extremely easy to use. It can be added to smoothies to increase their nutritional content, blended into juices, or simply added to warm water to create a tea. You may also want to experiment with adding it to savory dishes such as soups, dips, and dressings, or you can simply sprinkle it over your meals for added taste and nutrition.
If you're feeling creative, you can blend it with some tonic herbs and superfoods to create a special elixir. It works well particularly well when used with other medicinal mushrooms such as maitake, turkey tail and lion's mane. If you can't decide which mushrooms to start with, then you may like our medicinal mushroom complex which contains a blend of eight of the most-loved medicinal mushrooms around. Shiitake is a delicious mushroom that’s really easy to incorporate into your diet when in powdered format.
Shiitake Mushroom Dose
A little goes a long way with our shiitake, so we recomend starting with just a 1/2 a teaspoon dose. You can then up the dose to 1 teaspoon of the shiitake powder, and enjoy it up to three times per day. Shiitake mushroom can be enjoyed at anytime throughout the day. We recommend storing your shiitake powder in a cool, dry place in order to preserve its nutrients and shelf-life.
Shiitake Mushroom Facts: Did You Know?
Approximately 86% of all shiitake mushrooms grow in Japan.
Shiitake mushroom is also known as golden oak and black forest mushroom.
Shiitake mushroom contains approximately 18% protein, which makes this supplement a great choice for vegans and vegetarians.
The delicious shiitake flavor is intensified during the drying process.
Shiitake Miso Soup
This shiitake recipe is super easy to make and it is perfect when you need something warm and comforting but you don't want to slave over a hot stove for hours. It also makes a great snack, as it can help to satisfy salty, savory cravings - plus it is surprisingly filling too. You can make a large batch of this and keep it in a Thermos flask, and then enjoy it throughout the day. The scallions and nori sheets help to boost the flavor of the miso soup, while also adding in some extra antioxidants, Vitamin K, B12 and iodine.
You Will Need
- Nori Sheet
- 1 tsp shiitake extract powder
To make your shiitake miso soup, simply dissolve 3tsp of miso with 1tsp of our shiitake complex into warm water, and then lightly whisk until it has fully dissolved. Finely chop the scallions, and rip up some of the nori sheets and then sprinkle them on top of the miso. Allow the nori sheets to soften for a minute or too. You can even get creative with your miso bowl by adding in other goodies such as vegetables, herbs, and even other types of medicinal mushrooms such as tremella. The shiitake miso soup can be enjoyed warm or cold.
Simple Shiitake Root Juice Recipe
When you think of juices, adding shiitake doesn't usually jump to mind, yet this recipe works particularly well, as the mushroom's earthiness complements the other ingredients. You will need both a juicer and a blender to make this recipe. If possible, sue a cold-press juicer, as it will help to retain more of the nutrients in the fruits and vegetables that you are juicing.
You Will Need
- 4 Apples
- 2 large beetroots
- Beetroot greens
- 1 tsp of shiitake powder
Wash your fruits and vegetables and then cut them into pieces that are small enough to fit into your juicer. Juice all of the fresh ingredients. Transfer the juice into your blender and then add in the shiitake powder. Blend until you create a smooth consistency and all the powder has been blitzed into the juice. Pour over ice and enjoy immediately. You can also freeze the juice into ice cube trays and then use them as pretty pink ice cubes to jazz-up other juices and elixirs.
Ready to Use: Just add 1/2 - 1 tsp to smoothies, teas, and foods
Ingredients: Shiitake 10:1 concentrated extract powder
Also Known As: Golden oak, black forest mushroom
Servings Per Pack: Around 56
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place