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Hello, I’m Shroomy

I know everything about shrooms

Meet Shroomy

Hi, I’m Shroomy.

You might recognize me from being on the bottle of Boston Iced Tea or more recently, on the bottle of Immune Assist. And I’m not just on the outside of the bottle, I’m in each bottle too! My proprietary blend of 9 medicinal mushroom extracts is what gives your body the kick it needs to stay healthy.

Don’t be fooled by other imitators, I’m the real deal. Medicinal grade extracts and no fillers. Listen to me when I tell you to “know your shrooms!”

I may be fun, but my serious goal is to keep you healthy! Please look around and learn about the healing power of mushrooms and let me know if you have any questions. And, in the meantime, do your body a favor and grab yourself a bottle of Boston Iced Tea or Boston Organic’s Immune Assist today!

Phytonutrients in Chaga Mushrooms


Lower Triglyceride Levels with Daily Doeses of Lion's Mane Mushrooms

Polysaccharide derivatives in Chaga Mushrooms

Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) value, one of the highest ORAC values in the world

The Power of Mushrooms

Natural Immune System Support

Increased Mental Clarity

Repair Healthy Cell Function

Natural Energy Enhancement

increased blood oxygen capacity

Fits All Dietary Lifestyles

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Mushroom Studies

The Effect of Mushroom Beta-Glucans from Solid Culture of Ganoderma lucidum on Inhibition of the Primary Tumor Metastasis

Mushrooms have been valued for their health benefits and medicinal effects for centuries. One of the special components found from mushrooms is beta-glucan, which is predominantly composed in the fungal cell wall and is mostly composed of beta-D-glucose. In many researches, beta-glucan effectively stimulates the host immune response to defend against bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infections.

—The US National Library of Medicine

What's All the Fuss About Medicinal Mushrooms?

Medicinal mushrooms have been used in traditional Asian medicine for thousands of years due to their ability to boost general health and wellbeing. Reported therapeutic benefits include: reducing inflammation, improving cognitive function, balancing the immune system, protecting the nervous system, aiding digestion, lowering stress levels, aiding emotional wellbeing and increasing energy levels.

—Michelle McKenzie, Nutritionist @ The Be Well Collective

Mycotherapy Of Cancer: An Update On Cytotoxic And Antitumor Activities Of Mushrooms, Bioactive Principles And Molecular Mechanisms Of Their Action

Mycotherapy is defined as the study of the use of extracts and compounds obtained from mushrooms as medicines or health-promoting agents. The present review updates the recent findings on anticancer/antitumor agents derived from mushroom extracts and their metabolites. The increasing number of studies in the past few years revealed mushroom extracts as potent antitumor agents.

—Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry

Shroomy on Shrooms

Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum)

Reishi is a bitter, hard mushroom that is used to enhance longevity and better health in traditional Chinese medicine. Studies suggest that Reishi can mediate allergies, liver diseases, lung problems, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and other illnesses. It is also used among patients who are undergoing radiation and chemotherapy for pain reduction.

Cordyceps (Cordyceps Sinensis)

Cordyceps Sinensis has been used for approximately 50 years by the European military to increase and sustain soldiers’ energy. This medicinal mushroom is common throughout Chinese and Tibetan history, used as food, medicine and in spiritual mushroom rituals since at least 5000 BC.

Maitake (Grifola Frondosa)

Sometimes called the “hen of the woods”, maitake is a major culinary mushroom used in Japan. Researchers have indicated that this mushroom has the ability to regulate blood pressure, glucose, insulin, and both serum and liver lipids, such as triglycerides and cholesterol, and that it may also be useful in weight loss.


Shiitake, the incredible edible mushroom indigenous to East Asia, has long been used in Chinese medicine to promote youth and longevity. Shiitake contains the polysaccharide lentinan, which research suggests has potential anticancer effects by helping inhibit the replication of pathogens.


Chaga mushrooms, found growing naturally on birch trees in the Northern Hemisphere, have been used for centuries in folk remedies. Chaga has been shown to promote mental clarity, learning and memory. Chaga has been studied in cancer therapy, and its compounds are believed to kill cancer cells while boosting the immune system.

Turkey Tail (Trametes Versicolor)

Turkey Tail, has been a component of traditional Asian medicine for centuries. It contains two substances that are currently being studied as possible complementary cancer treatments in the US; in the 1980s, the Japanese government approved the use of one of those substances for treating several types of cancer.

Lion's Mane (Hericium Erinaceus)

Research on Lion’s Mane has shown the presence of several medicinal substances and antioxidants including palmitic acid, threitol and d-arabinitol. These substances have been found to reduce blood sugar and regulate lipid levels in the blood.

Poria Cocos

Poria Cocos has been used in ancient Chinese and Japanese medicine for thousands of years. Notable effects include calming the mind, promoting digestion, and functioning as a diuretic. Poria Cocos is a key source of pachymic acid, which recent studies have shown to be beneficial in treating pancreatic cancer.

Agaricus Blazei

Also known as Murrill or God’s Mushroom, it native to Brazil and widely cultivated in Japan for its medicinal uses. It is considered one of the most important edible, culinary and medicinal species of mushrooms known today. Traditionally, it has been used to help treat many common diseases such as atherosclerosis, hepatitis, diabetes, dermatitis and cancer.

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