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Vision First Mushroom and Cognitive Complex
Introducing Vision First Mushroom Complex, the ultimate wellness supplement! This advanced formula brings together a powerful blend of multiple specialty mushrooms known for their medicinal and healing benefits. Whether you're looking to boost your immune system, promote anti-aging, reduce inflammation or improve digestion, Vision First Mushroom Complex is an easy addition to your daily routine that will help support your overall well-being.
Packed with tons of essential mushrooms including Cordyceps, Shiitake Polysaccharides, Reishi Lions Mane, and more, Vision First Mushroom Complex delivers all the powerful nutrients needed to keep you healthy and feeling your best. Sustainably sourced from only the highest quality ingredients and free from preservatives and fillers, you can trust our diligently formulated supplement to give your body the nutrition it needs to thrive naturally and safely. Take control of your health today and try Vision First Mushroom Complex!
Cordyceps Sinensis Powder (Mycelium) - The molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is essential for supplying energy to muscles, is increased in the body by cordyceps. As a result, your body may be able to use oxygen more efficiently, especially during exercise. Their antioxidant content may explain their anti-aging properties. According to several studies, Cordyceps increases antioxidant levels in aged mice, improving memory and sexual function. (1)(2)
As more research emerges on Cordyceps' effects on heart health, its benefits are becoming apparent. Chinese authorities approve Cordyceps for treating arrhythmia, a condition in which the heartbeat is too slow, too fast, or irregular. According to a study, Cordyceps significantly reduced heart injuries in rats with chronic kidney disease. Chronic kidney disease is thought to increase the risk of heart failure, so reducing these injuries may help prevent it. (3)(4)
Inflammation in the body is said to be reduced by cordyceps. Inflammation is good in moderation, but too much can lead to diseases like cancer and heart disease. When human cells are exposed to Cordyceps, certain proteins that increase inflammation in the body are suppressed. (5)(6)
Reishi Mushroom Extract (Ganodema lucidum karst) (fruit) - Boosting your immune system is one of the most important benefits of the reishi mushroom. Some studies have shown that reishi can affect the genes in white blood cells, which are vital immune system components. Additionally, these studies found that some forms of reishi alter inflammation pathways in white blood cells. (7)(8)
In addition to its immune system benefits, reishi also has other potential benefits. As a result, fatigue and depression are reduced, and quality of life is improved. Neurasthenia is a poorly defined condition associated with aches, pains, dizziness, headaches, and irritability. After eight weeks of taking the supplements, fatigue and well-being improved. (9)
Shiitake Mushroom Extract (Lentinus Edodes) (fruit) - Shiitake mushrooms contain polysaccharides such as lentinans and beta-glucans. As a result of these compounds, you are protected from cell damage, your immune system is strengthened, and white blood cells are produced to fight off microbes. Anti-inflammatory properties are also found in polysaccharides.
Shiitake mushrooms may also strengthen your immune system. In one study, people were given two dried shiitake mushrooms daily. Their immune markers improved, and their inflammation levels decreased after one month. One of the polysaccharides in shiitake mushrooms may be responsible for this immune response. Shiitake mushrooms may also have anti-cancer properties due to their polysaccharides (10)(11)
Shiitake mushrooms may boost heart health. Shiitake mushrooms can lower cholesterol in the following ways. These mushrooms provide Eritadenine, a compound that inhibits an enzyme involved in producing cholesterol. It contains sterols, molecules that block cholesterol absorption in the gut. Additionally, Beta glucans are a type of fiber that may lower cholesterol levels. One study in rats with high blood pressure found that shiitake powder prevented an increase in blood pressure. (12)(13)
Lions Mane (Hericium erinaceus) (fruit) - For a natural sense of clarity, try some lion's mane. Unlike most medicinal mushrooms, this feathery "pom-pom" mushroom is packed with antioxidants. However, lion's mane is unique in that it stimulates the production of nerve growth factor (NFG) and myelin, insulation around nerve fibers. A healthy brain requires both NFG and myelin. Multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's are neurological diseases caused by an imbalance in them. Several studies have shown that this mushroom improves cognition in humans, memory in mice, concentration, and relieves anxiety and irritability in humans. (14)(15)
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Maitake Mushroom Extract (Polyponus frandosus) (fruit) - The maitake mushroom is rich in bioactive polysaccharides, especially D-fraction, MD-fraction, and SX-fraction. Antitumor and immune-protective properties of these protein polysaccharides have been well documented. It is believed that beta-glucan in maitake reduces cholesterol, and improves artery function and overall cardiovascular health to reduce heart disease risk. As a result of the polysaccharides in maitake, your LDL (bad) cholesterol will be reduced without affecting your triglyceride or HDL (good) cholesterol levels. (16)
Turkey Tail Extract (Coriolus versicolor) (fruit) - In addition to phenols and flavonoids, turkey tail is packed with antioxidants. One study detected over 35 different phenolic compounds in turkey tail mushroom extract, along with flavonoid antioxidants quercetin and baicalein. By reducing inflammation and stimulating the release of protective compounds, phenols and flavonoids promote immune system health. (17)(18)
To maintain a strong immune system, you need to maintain a healthy balance of beneficial bacteria in your gut. As a result of gut bacteria interacting with immune cells, your immune response is directly impacted. These helpful bacteria are nourished by turkey tail prebiotics. (19)
Chaga Mushroom Extract (Inonotus obliquus) (fruit) - It is well known that Chaga mushrooms are antioxidant powerhouses, which makes them excellent candidates for fighting free radicals and inflammation. In addition to preventing or slowing the growth of cancer, this dark black mushroom has also been found to reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or bad cholesterol. Despite most studies on Chaga being conducted on human cells and mice, it appears to be good for you on all levels. (20)(21)
Royal Sun Agaricus Extract (Aganicus blaze) (fruit) - The agaricus mushroom (Agaricus blazei) originated in Brazil. It is now grown in China, Japan, Brazil, and the United States. It is both food and medicine. It is believed that Agaricus mushrooms strengthen the immune system, fight tumor growth, and act as antioxidants. The agaricus mushroom is used for hay fever, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these claims. (22)
White Button Mushroom Extract (Agaricus bisporus) (fruit) - Antioxidants help improve cell survival, while prooxidants cause cell death to prevent tumor growth. Moreover, polysaccharides, one of the white mushrooms' main bioactive compounds, may also have potent anticancer properties. Beta-glucan is one type of polysaccharide. Infections, harmful organisms, and diseases, including cancer, are prevented by activating macrophages and natural killer cells in your body. (23)
Black Fungus Extract (Auricularia auricular) (fruit) - Black fungus, like many other mushrooms, contains prebiotics, especially beta-glucan. A prebiotic is a type of fiber that feeds the friendly bacteria in your gut. Maintaining bowel regularity and digestive health is promoted by these foods. Healthy brain function is thought to be preserved by mushrooms. Researchers found that wood ear mushrooms and other fungi inhibit beta-secretase, an enzyme that releases beta-amyloid proteins. (24)