Shiitake Mushroom Liquid Extract
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Shine with Shiitake
Connect to your inner radiance with Life Cykel’s Shiitake Mushroom Extract.
The Shiitake mushroom is one of the most popular mushrooms in the world, mainly due to its deep delicious earthy flavors but also because the mushroom contains an abundance of essential vitamins and minerals, as well as many bioactive compounds such as Lentinan. The mushroom has long been used in many East Asian cultures and would traditionally be consumed in soups and broths.
All of our Shiitake liquid extracts are
- Vegan friendly
- Australian sourced ingredients
- Contains Kakadu Plum Powder - high levels of vitamin C
- This product is an extract flavoring
- 60ml bottle (30 day supply - 2ml per day)
Please note - we do not deliver to countries that do not allow alcohol-based products in their postal service. In these cases, we suggest ordering our mushroom powder products instead. Thank you for your understanding.
The Use of Shiitake Mushroom
This mushroom has been utilized as an edible and healing mushroom in Asia for many years.T his Shiitake liquid extract makes the bioactive compounds within the mushroom readily available to you, to make you feel beautiful!
To delve deeper into the world of fungi and to learn more about Shiitake mushrooms and other functional mushrooms, read our mushroom blog or click here to take a look at some of our favorite mushroom recipes
“I couldn’t believe the strength of my nails and the thickness of my hair after using Shiitake for three weeks. Also, my skin feels smoother and my confidence is up. Thanks to holy Shiitake and the Life Cykel crew!”
- Malia, New York
How To Use
Directions: Add Shiitake liquid double extract directly to your coffee, smoothie, tea, or water best results.
Serving Size: 2 ml - 1/2 a dropper full is approximately 1ml, you can use this as a guide for the recommended serving size.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place
INGREDIENTS: Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol (20-24%), Lentinula Edodes. (Lentinula Edodes. Mycelial Biomass, Lentinula Edodes. Fruiting Body), Natural Wild Harvested Kakadu Plum
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