Shiitake mushroom

The word 'Shiitake' comes from the Japanese name for a type of oak tree, and hence the name shii - oak, and take - mushroom.  Shiitake has been revered for its medicinal value since the Song Dynasty in China (1100 AD) and was prized as an ‘elixir of life’ by the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Shiitake's major active compounds are linked to anti-viral & anti-bacterial effects. 


Traditional Uses in Folk Medicine

• Immune strenghening

• Anti-tumor

• Regeneration

• Longevity


Shiitake Uplift
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Shiitake Uplift

Earthy local and organic shiitake mushroom marries the bright citrus notes of lemongrass and lemon peel, and ends with a smooth finish of ginger and rooibos. 

        "Shiitake Uplift, has some earthiness, but ginger, lemongrass, and                   lemon peel give the drink a citrusy and bright taste." The Boston Globe

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