About our Mushrooms

Where are manasene’s mushrooms grown?

Our mushrooms are grown at ISO9001:2015,ISO22000-2018, USDA NOP and EU organic certified indoor mushroom farm.

But why have an indoor mushroom farm? Shouldn't mushrooms grow naturally outdoors?

Wild fungi play a crucial role in every ecosystem, underscoring the importance of using indoor-grown mushrooms in Manasene products. Harvesting wild mushrooms on a large scale has the potential to be unsustainable and environmentally harmful when not approached conscientiously. Opting for top-tier indoor mushroom farms becomes a key strategy to guarantee sustainability and uphold quality standards, safeguarding our mushshrooms from insects, pesticides, and other environmental contaminants.

Moreover, the concept of bio-accumulation further emphasizes the need for a controlled indoor environment.

Which part of the mushroom you use in your product?

At manasene, we offer superior mushroom powders made with 100% of the fruiting body. This part of the mushroom contains the most potent concentrations of natural active ingredients such as beta-glucans, triterpenes, and other compounds that boost overall health.

Our goal is to teach our community about the interesting world of functional mushrooms. Functional mushrooms are a type of fungus that helps your body adapt to stress, making it easier to maintain homeostasis, also known as equilibrium.

Here are some key facts about our organic manasene mushroom powders that will leave you wondering why you haven’t tried them earlier!

About our Mushrooms

Where are manasene’s mushrooms grown?

Our mushrooms are grown at ISO9001:2015,ISO22000-2018, USDA NOP and EU organic certified indoor mushroom farm.

But why have an indoor mushroom farm? Shouldn't mushrooms grow naturally outdoors?

Wild fungi play a crucial role in every ecosystem, underscoring the importance of using indoor-grown mushrooms in Manasene products. Harvesting wild mushrooms on a large scale has the potential to be unsustainable and environmentally harmful when not approached conscientiously. Opting for top-tier indoor mushroom farms becomes a key strategy to guarantee sustainability and uphold quality standards, safeguarding our mushshrooms from insects, pesticides, and other environmental contaminants.

Moreover, the concept of bio-accumulation further emphasizes the need for a controlled indoor environment.

Which part of the mushroom you use in your product?

At manasene, we offer superior mushroom powders made with 100% of the fruiting body. This part of the mushroom contains the most potent concentrations of natural active ingredients such as beta-glucans, triterpenes, and other compounds that boost overall health.

Our goal is to teach our community about the interesting world of functional mushrooms. Functional mushrooms are a type of fungus that helps your body adapt to stress, making it easier to maintain homeostasis, also known as equilibrium.

Here are some key facts about our organic manasene mushroom powders that will leave you wondering why you haven’t tried them earlier!

Reishi

Reishi, often referred to as the ‘calming elixir,’ holds a rich legacy as the ‘mushroom of immortality’ in Chinese tradition. This exceptional fungus, known scientifically as Ganoderma lucidum, goes beyond its bitter taste – as it is laden with triterpenes. These triterpenes not only contribute to its distinctive flavor but also play a crucial role in supporting both immune health and the nervous system, potentially paving the way for a restful night’s sleep that you truly deserve.

In the annals of ancient Chinese texts, Reishi emerges as a medicinal powerhouse with myriad healing properties. Its illustrious reputation has made it one of the most extensively studied mushrooms to date. Across China, Japan, and other Asian countries, Reishi boasts a time-honored history of use, revered for its ability to promote health and longevity.

As you explore the world of holistic well-being, consider incorporating Reishi into your routine. Embrace the ancient wisdom that has transcended centuries and discover the calming elixir that has been a source of vitality for generations.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Reishi mushroom: Ahmad, M, F. (2018).Ganoderma lucidum: Persuasive biologically active constituents and their health endorsement, Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, 107, pp. 507-519.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopha.2018.08.036.

Lion's Mane

Lion’s Mane, renowned for its neurotropic effects, has a rich historical documentation spanning thousands of years, earning it the moniker of the ‘smart mushroom.’ This powdered marvel proves highly effective in boosting focus. Research indicates that Lion’s Mane has the remarkable ability to stimulate the production of Nerve Growth Factor, a protein crucial for the generation of new brain cells in the hippocampus. This region of the brain is closely tied to learning and memory functions, and interestingly, its appearance resembles that of a sea horse.

Traditionally, Lion’s Mane was employed to nurture the gut, often referred to as our second brain. Shaolin Buddhist monks incorporated powdered Lion’s Mane into their routine, drawn to its cognitive benefits and its capacity to enhance deep meditative practices.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Lion’s Mane mushroom: Kawagishi, H., Shimada, A., Hosokawa,S., Mori, H., Sakamoto,H.,  Ishiguro,Y., Sakemi, S., Bordner, J., Kojima, N., and Furukawa, S. (1996). ‘Erinacines E, F, and G, Stimulators of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF).Synthesis, from the Mycelia of Hericium erinaceum’, Tetrahedron Letters, 37(41), pp. 7399-7402

https://www.academia.edu/27292547?bulkDownload=true

Chaga

Abundant in antioxidants, Chaga boasts an impressive concentration, with a single cup surpassing the antioxidant content of 600 blueberries. This powerhouse of minerals and vitamins has earned Chaga the illustrious title of “the King of herbs,” a designation derived from ancient Chinese texts. Its antioxidant-rich profile makes it a formidable supporter of immune function.

The betulinic acid present in this mushroom powder holds promise for enhancing skin health by counteracting free radicals generated from external sources such as pollution, suboptimal dietary choices, and environmental chemicals.

With a rich history spanning Russia, Northern Europe, Asia, and North America over thousands of years, Chaga has earned its place as a formidable fungus. Its time-tested applications include centuries of use to fortify the immune system, boost energy, and enhance overall vitality.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Chaga mushroom: Cui, Y., Kim, D,S., and Park, K,C. (2005). ‘Antioxidant Effect of Inonotus Obliquus’. J Ethnopharmacol. 96 (1-2), pp.79-85. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2004.08.037.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15588653/

Cordyceps

Referred to as the ‘performance mushroom,’ Cordyceps has a rich history dating back hundreds of years, as nomadic herders in the elevated terrains of Tibet and Nepal stumbled upon Cordyceps Sinensis while grazing. Presently, Cordyceps Sinensis is a rarity, but Cordyceps Militaris, cultivated in controlled environments, closely mirrors the chemical profile of its elusive counterpart. Notably, Cordyceps Militaris boasts up to 90 times more cordycepin than Cordyceps Sinensis, a compound pivotal in the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP)—the molecule enveloping cells responsible for cellular energy production, providing you with energy.

Having roots in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicine, Cordyceps has been a staple for both men and women in Asia for millennia. Its use spans thousands of years as a support for sexual energy in various cultural practices.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Cordyceps mushroom: Chamyuang, S., Owatworakit, A., and Honda, Y.(2019). ‘New Insights Into Cordycepin Production in Cordyceps Militaris and Applications’.Ann Transl Med, 7(Suppl 3):S78. doi: 10.21037/atm.2019.04.12

https://atm.amegroups.org/article/view/25246/html

Cordyceps

Referred to as the ‘performance mushroom,’ Cordyceps has a rich history dating back hundreds of years, as nomadic herders in the elevated terrains of Tibet and Nepal stumbled upon Cordyceps Sinensis while grazing. Presently, Cordyceps Sinensis is a rarity, but Cordyceps Militaris, cultivated in controlled environments, closely mirrors the chemical profile of its elusive counterpart. Notably, Cordyceps Militaris boasts up to 90 times more cordycepin than Cordyceps Sinensis, a compound pivotal in the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP)—the molecule enveloping cells responsible for cellular energy production, providing you with energy.

Having roots in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicine, Cordyceps has been a staple for both men and women in Asia for millennia. Its use spans thousands of years as a support for sexual energy in various cultural practices.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Cordyceps mushroom: Chamyuang, S., Owatworakit, A., and Honda, Y.(2019). ‘New Insights Into Cordycepin Production in Cordyceps Militaris and Applications’.Ann Transl Med, 7(Suppl 3):S78. doi: 10.21037/atm.2019.04.12

https://atm.amegroups.org/article/view/25246/html

Lion's Mane

Lion’s Mane, renowned for its neurotropic effects, has a rich historical documentation spanning thousands of years, earning it the moniker of the ‘smart mushroom.’ This powdered marvel proves highly effective in boosting focus. Research indicates that Lion’s Mane has the remarkable ability to stimulate the production of Nerve Growth Factor, a protein crucial for the generation of new brain cells in the hippocampus. This region of the brain is closely tied to learning and memory functions, and interestingly, its appearance resembles that of a sea horse.

Traditionally, Lion’s Mane was employed to nurture the gut, often referred to as our second brain. Shaolin Buddhist monks incorporated powdered Lion’s Mane into their routine, drawn to its cognitive benefits and its capacity to enhance deep meditative practices.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Lion’s Mane mushroom: Kawagishi, H., Shimada, A., Hosokawa,S., Mori, H., Sakamoto,H.,  Ishiguro,Y., Sakemi, S., Bordner, J., Kojima, N., and Furukawa, S. (1996). ‘Erinacines E, F, and G, Stimulators of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF).Synthesis, from the Mycelia of Hericium erinaceum’, Tetrahedron Letters, 37(41), pp. 7399-7402

https://www.academia.edu/27292547?bulkDownload=true

Reishi

Reishi, often referred to as the ‘calming elixir,’ holds a rich legacy as the ‘mushroom of immortality’ in Chinese tradition. This exceptional fungus, known scientifically as Ganoderma lucidum, goes beyond its bitter taste – as it is laden with triterpenes. These triterpenes not only contribute to its distinctive flavor but also play a crucial role in supporting both immune health and the nervous system, potentially paving the way for a restful night’s sleep that you truly deserve.

In the annals of ancient Chinese texts, Reishi emerges as a medicinal powerhouse with myriad healing properties. Its illustrious reputation has made it one of the most extensively studied mushrooms to date. Across China, Japan, and other Asian countries, Reishi boasts a time-honored history of use, revered for its ability to promote health and longevity.

As you explore the world of holistic well-being, consider incorporating Reishi into your routine. Embrace the ancient wisdom that has transcended centuries and discover the calming elixir that has been a source of vitality for generations.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Reishi mushroom: Ahmad, M, F. (2018).Ganoderma lucidum: Persuasive biologically active constituents and their health endorsement, Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, 107, pp. 507-519.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopha.2018.08.036.

Chaga

Abundant in antioxidants, Chaga boasts an impressive concentration, with a single cup surpassing the antioxidant content of 600 blueberries. This powerhouse of minerals and vitamins has earned Chaga the illustrious title of “the King of herbs,” a designation derived from ancient Chinese texts. Its antioxidant-rich profile makes it a formidable supporter of immune function.

The betulinic acid present in this mushroom powder holds promise for enhancing skin health by counteracting free radicals generated from external sources such as pollution, suboptimal dietary choices, and environmental chemicals.

With a rich history spanning Russia, Northern Europe, Asia, and North America over thousands of years, Chaga has earned its place as a formidable fungus. Its time-tested applications include centuries of use to fortify the immune system, boost energy, and enhance overall vitality.

Scientific evidence supporting the benefits of Chaga mushroom: Cui, Y., Kim, D,S., and Park, K,C. (2005). ‘Antioxidant Effect of Inonotus Obliquus’. J Ethnopharmacol. 96 (1-2), pp.79-85. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2004.08.037.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15588653/

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