5 Easy-to-Make Mushroom Elixirs for Home or Cafe!

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So you want to get fancy with your mushroom beverages? Well, you've come to the right place. Inside is a list of some of our favorite recipes for cafe-style fung-tional fungi drinks. Whether you're a professional barista or just having fun at home, these hot bevs will add a little pep in your step + provide your body with fung-tional benefits.

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Lion's Mane: Alzheimers, Memory, & Cognitive Decline

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The benefits of Lion's Mane are often echoed by us at Mālama Mushrooms. "Good for your brain, memory, & nervous system!" But how is it we've come to know this? In this blog, we look at the very science that came to this conclusion and break it down for you!
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Six fungal friends + herbal allies to help seasonal blues 🌤

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As it gets colder for some of us and the days shorter, seasonal sadness can become a real threat to our mental wellness (we’ve already lost islanders... ‘what are seasons???’). Although there are plenty of things that should be prioritized in the stabilizing of your foundation before leaning on supplements, there are definitely mushrooms and herbs that can give you an instant mood lift! *It is important to note that if you’re taking antidepressants some of the herbs mentioned below cannot be coupled with them. Please do research and consult your physician before self-diagnosing.   1. St. John's Wort –  Miraculous Golden...

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Neurogenesis: How to Build your Brain

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Join us as we explore the phenemomen of neurogenesis (the building of brain and nerve cells) and how to promote it in our own bodies!
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Make your own spore print!

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Make your own spore print  What's a spore?  A spore is like a seed for fungi. Like collecting seeds from plants, you can collect spore prints of mushrooms you've foraged to aid in your identification sleuthing. 🕵️‍♀️ Mycologists use spore size, shape and color to help identify an unknown species of mushroom.  The spore of a mushroom holds all of the genetic material required to form a new fungus. Mushrooms are actively ejecting spores all of time (even if you're just chillin' reading this on your couch, you have spores on you right now. If you just tried to rub them off, they're still there. Don't even...

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'Mycelium vs Fruiting-Body'

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Learn about ‘mycelium’, and the concept of ‘mycelium on grain' that we differentiate ourselves from so vehemently while touting ‘fruiting-body’. 
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