Immunity Mushroom Drops
A trio of our go-to mushrooms (Turkey Tail, Maitake and Chaga) to support the immune system, plus a pair of favorite botanicals (Elderberry and Astragalus), Immunity is formulated to support overall health.* Whatever life brings your way, embrace nature’s wisdom as your guide. Take daily or as desired as part of your wellness practice.* Made with USDA Certified Organic mushrooms grown in North America. This great-tasting extract is vegan, with a base of organic glycerin.
Certified Organic mushrooms are steam-processed then triple-extracted (fermented, then in hot water & alcohol) for bioavailability and potency.*
Always made with the highest quality whole mushrooms — and no fillers — for an extract that captures the quality and true essence of each ingredient.
Products are independently lab-tested for peace of mind, safety and efficacy — including heavy metals and microbes.
How To Use
Take 1ml daily (morning or night). Squeeze the top of the dropper twice to get 1ml of drops, and drop the liquid directly into your mouth. Tastes great!
Organic Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor)*, Organic Maitake (Grifola frondosa)*, Organic Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)*, Organic Elderberries (Sambucus nigra), Organic Astragalus root (Astragalus membranaceus). Other ingredients to aid extraction: Organic Vegetable Glycerin (made from Coconut and Flax), Organic Cane Alcohol (removed to less than 1%), Filtered Water
Serving size is 1 mL or 1 dropperful, with 30 servings per bottle.
Why It's Fantastic
With three mushrooms and two herbs long respected for immunity, this blend is formulated to inspire respect for nature’s wisdom.* Made with the highest quality and care.
We included 3 time-honored functional mushrooms to support immunity, plus a pair of valued botanicals.* By tasting the mushrooms in Immunity, you create a stronger connection to them and enjoy a multisensory experience. This alcohol-removed formula uses a base of organic vegetable-derived glycerin so it tastes great and is convenient to use wherever you need a boost of Immunity!*
How to Create a Ritual With Immunity
Place a dropper under your tongue as part of your morning routine.
Enjoy a serving of Immunity Mushroom Drops in warm water as you journal about your day.
Keep your Immunity Mushroom Drops within reach at bedtime, as part of your evening wind down.
Add a dropper of Immunity to warm water to sip in the evenings.
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.
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.*
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.*
Black Elderberries are one of the best-known herbs to support immunity.* They have been used for centuries across North America and Europe, where the tree earned its name based on the level of respect it commands.* The blue-black berries are the second botanical produced each year by Elder trees; they start out as lacy white Elderflowers, also used in herbalism.*
Native to China, Astragalus is known as huang qi (yellow leader) in Traditional Chinese Medicine, which considered it to be among the most important herbs. A member of the legume family, Astragalus’ roots are used in herbalism, for a variety of traditional uses, including immunity.*