Why Mushrooms?

Functional mushrooms, also known as medicinal mushrooms or adaptogenic mushrooms, are fantastic fungi that have been used for their health benefits in traditional medicine practices for centuries. These mushrooms are different from the common edible mushrooms that are commonly found in grocery stores, as they contain unique bioactive compounds that have been shown to have a range of health benefits.

There are over 100 species of functional mushrooms, with some of the most popular ones including reishi, chaga, lion's mane, cordyceps, and turkey tail. Each type of functional mushroom contains a different combination of compounds that can have various effects on the body.

Many functional mushrooms have been studied for their immune-boosting properties, as well as their potential to improve cognitive function, reduce inflammation, and support the body's natural stress response. Some species of functional mushrooms have also been shown to have anti-tumor properties and may help in cancer prevention and treatment.


Chaga mushroom, scientifically known as Inonotus obliquus, is a type of fungus that grows on birch trees in cold climates. It is highly valued for its potential medicinal properties, including immune system support, anti-inflammatory effects, and antioxidant activity.



Cordyceps mushroom, scientifically known as Cordyceps sinensis, is a unique and fascinating fungus that grows on the larvae of insects. It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries and is believed to have various health benefits, such as boosting energy, improving athletic performance, and supporting the immune system.


Lion's Mane

Lion's Mane mushroom, scientifically known as Hericium erinaceus, is a distinctive and edible fungus that has gained popularity for its cognitive and neurological benefits.


Turkey Tail

Turkey Tail mushroom, scientifically known as Trametes versicolor, is a colorful and widely available fungus that resembles the tail feathers of a turkey. It is renowned for its potential immune-boosting properties and is often used in traditional medicine to support overall wellness and aid in the treatment of various health conditions, including cancer.



Reishi mushroom, scientifically known as Ganoderma lucidum, is a highly revered medicinal fungus with a glossy, reddish-brown cap and a woody texture. It has a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine and is prized for its potential health benefits, including immune system support, stress reduction, and promoting overall well-being.


Choosing Your Mushrooms

We have made it easy for you to navigate the specific health benefits of each mushroom with the chart below so that you can get started making Mycelyum gummies part of your everyday!

Is There a Best Time to Take Your Mushrooms?

Functional mushrooms are an easy add to your diet at any time of the day, but there are some best times for each mushrooms.