Key Ingredients

Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus)
Lion’s Mane is a tasty nootropic mushroom that supports the brain – including memory, focus and nerve health.* Native to Europe, Asia and North America, Lion’s Mane is a large, shaggy white mushroom that somewhat resembles a brain (and a lion’s mane, of course). In addition to cognitive well-being, Lion’s Mane also supports gut and immune health.*

Cordyceps (Cordyceps militaris)
Cordyceps is an adaptogenic mushroom that promotes stamina, endurance and energy.* Popular among athletes and those who want to maintain an active lifestyle, Cordyceps’ use dates back to imperial China.* In the wild, these orange mushrooms grow on caterpillars, but we only offer products made with cultivated, vegan Cordyceps.

Maitake (Grifola frondosa)
Maitake is known as hen of the woods or the dancing mushroom, which dates back to feudal Japan, where they were worth their weight in silver. Edible and native to Asia, Europe and North America, Maitake mushrooms support immune health, healthy blood sugar levels within normal ranges and some aspects of cardiovascular health.*

Red Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)
Reishi mushroom is known as the “mushroom of immortality” and the queen of mushrooms. It is an adaptogen that supports a healthy response to stress, as well as a tonic that promotes longevity and healthy aging.* Used for over 4,000 years, Reishi supports healthy sleep and rest, as well as immune health.*

Shiitake (Lentinula edodes)
Shiitake mushroom has been used for millennia to support immune health in China and Japan.* Its name comes from the Japanese word for “oak,” since the tasty mushroom grows on fallen broadleaf trees. Widely studied for its immune-supporting qualities, Shiitake also offers antioxidant support and promotes skin, liver and cardiovascular health.*

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)
Chaga mushrooms are among the highest sources of natural antioxidants — and they offer potent immune support.* Commonly found on birch trees in cold climates across Eastern Europe and North America, Chaga grows as a sclerotia (canker) on a host tree. It looks more like burned wood than a mushroom (what a clever “disguise”). Traditionally used in Russian herbalism, Chaga offers support against UV exposure.*

Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor)
Turkey Tails are the most widely researched mushrooms due to their support of the immune system.* These striped mushrooms are used extensively in China and Japan. They get their name from the colorful fans their fruiting bodies form, which resemble the tails of turkeys. Turkey Tails offer antioxidant support and are native to North America, Europe and Asia.

Tremella (Tremella fuciformis)
Tremella is a type of mushroom known as a jelly fungus. It can hold hundreds of times its weight in water. It was traditionally used to promote healthy skin (aka beauty!) and bones and to support a healthy memory and metabolism.* Tremella also offers support to the immune system.*

Customer Reviews

Based on 46 reviews
Anne S.
Gratitude drops

Love that the taste is good, makes them easy to take. I don’t have any specific response but glad to be doing something for my overall health

The blend of mushrooms in the gratitude drops are fantastic!

I love taking my Gratitude drops daily! Ingesting them makes me feel that I am giving my body a gift each and every day. They taste great and I love the blend of functional mushrooms they offer.


I was a bit skeptical at first but I now appreciate the subtle positive improvements this product has made to my daily mood, energy, and alertness.

I love the flavor...

I love the flavor and feel it is beneficial for my stamina in my high stress job!

Mood uplift

I have been using the Gratitude drops for a week (every day) and I really feel they have helped improve my mood. I had been feeling a lack of motivation and a bit flat. I heard good things about this product and decided to try it and am so glad I did!