You’ve probably already heard someone chatting about this new ‘mushroom coffee’ thing, right? So, let me answer your first question – no, it is NOT ILLEGAL. But what’s so special about it then?
Well, for starters, it is a much healthier version of what you’ve been drinking until now. Our mushroom coffee successfully combines the world’s most popular drink with the power of nature, more precisely with the rich and colorful world of fungi. Known as ‘superfood mushrooms’, this miraculous creatures, although extremely potent, work hard to hide and protect their bioactive substance inside the cell walls made of Chitin (for those of you who, like myself, are no experts in the field, Chitin is one of the hardest natural materials on Earth and cannot be digested). However, all good things are worth the trouble, and if you’re interested in discovering more about this, we can say, quite complicated extraction process, we can help you with that.
Not all types of mushroom coffee are produced the same way and not all of them have the same effect on your body.
With all that on side, we’ll focus on our three little power plants – Chanterelle, Chaga and Cordyceps. Their number one task is to convert food into energy on a cellular level and to boost your immune system. Never heard of them until now? Relax, you belong to the 95% of the population then.
The first of the mighty three, Chanterelle is known for its fantastic aroma and taste and even better chemical structure – extra high amounts of vitamins B and D which stimulate serotonin production and play a major role in energy production. Chaga, on the other hand (difficult even to notice thanks to its distinctive dark colour), protects you from premature ageing and memory loss that comes with a certain age, while Cordyceps has been famous ever since ancient times for its libido-boosting effect (believe it or not, many athletes use it as a natural supplement to keep their body active and energized).
And finally, the last, but not least, is a very carefully chosen coffee originating from the Peruvian hills. We can’t doubt the Peruvian coffee quality, don’t you think?
Now that you know all our secrets and how do they influence on your health, there is no need to further convince you why you should start drinking organic mushroom coffee (which, by the way, tastes even better than the regular one).
The mushroom & coffee combo has just started to make its way on the market and it seems to be planning to stay there for a while, so give a try and you’ll see you won’t be needing a cup of your regular coffee anytime soon. Organic is always a better choice, right?