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Reishi 10:1 Extract Powder

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Revitalise your body

Battling with restful sleep or consistent recovery? Aiming to fortify your immune system? Reishi Mushroom is your bespoke solution for advanced physical restoration. Enjoy immediate sleep quality while preparing your body for future wellness challenges

Key Details:

  • 10:1 Extract
  • 40-51% of Beta-d-glucans
  • Organically Grown
  • Non-standardised with yeasts
  • 100% Fruiting Bodies
  • No fillers and additives, 100% pure mushrooms
  • Tested regularly by 3rd party labs
  • Vegan, Vegetarian, Kosher

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brain HEALTH


Reishi mushrooms are an impressive natural aid for better sleep. With compounds such as triterpenes that help promote deep, restful sleep, Reishi could be the game changer in your nighttime routine. Think of it as nature's way of tucking you in!

Shen tonic

Reishi has been used for hundreds of years in China as a Shen tonic - its effects were said to help with insomnia and calm an over-stimulated body. The common knowledge of the harmonising effect of reishi today has been confirmed by numerous studies.

A study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology found that reishi mushroom fruiting body extract can increase total sleep time, including the NREM phase, responsible for nocturnal recovery.

bitter taste?

Reishi's bitter taste is linked to the presence of triterpenes - a group of aromatic compounds found in this species of mushroom. These are formed during the growth phase of the fruiting bodies in contact with the tree on which they grow. If the extract does not have a bitter taste, this indicates poor quality raw material and a lack of triterpenes.

The mushroom of immortality

The Chinese refer to reishi as the "elixir of immortality" believing in its powerful anti-ageing effects. In addition to its tonic effect, reishi mushrooms support the immune system and help maintain healthy blood cholesterol levels.

Studies have identified a broad spectrum of bioactive substances responsible for the effects of reishi. These mainly include beta-glucan and triterpenes - it is to these compounds that reishi owes its characteristic bitter taste.

  • 100% Fruiting Body of Reishi
The Benefits

Reishi is more than just a supplement. It's a step towards a healthier, more rested state.

  • Improved Sleep - Sleep is a cornerstone of wellness, and Reishi mushroom naturally supports it. Reishi contains compounds that promote relaxation, setting the stage for a more restful night. Reishi may also help you to achieve a longer more deep sleep by increasing your non-REM time [21].
  • Stress Management & Mood Boost - Stress is part of life, but it doesn't have to control your life. Reishi is a functional mushroom that may support your body adapt to stress more effectively by helping you to regulate your stress responses. These peaceful fungi are rich in triterpenoids, natural sedatives that interact with the nervous system to promote calmness and relaxation [22].
  • Immune Support - Regular consumption of Reishi could lead to a stronger immune system, potentially resulting in fewer common illnesses like colds or flu [19] [20]. Research suggests that the beta-d-glucans present in Reishi mushroom possess immunomodulating effects helping the body to fight free radicals and oxidative stress, all of which can result in chronic disease or illness.
  • Energy & Vitality - Fatigue can hold you back from living your best life. The adaptogenic properties of Reishi mushroom may help your body manage stress and promote overall well-being by achieving better sleep and a stronger immune system. It's like a natural energy boost, without the crash.
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Deeper Sleep

Experience the power of nature's very own sleep enhancer. With Reishi, you're not just sleeping - you're transforming each night into an opportunity for deep, restorative rest.

  • Improve Your Sleep Quality - Reishi is no any ordinary mushroom, it's a game-changer for sleep. Thanks to the triterpanoids present in reishi mushroom (the relaxing properties that can take your sleep quality to the next level) you will experience more feelings of calmness. Packed with bioactive compounds, this powerhouse interacts with your brain's neurotransmitters and receptors, helping you regulate and achieve a deeper state of sleep [21].
  • Boost Your Sleep Duration - You want more than just quality sleep - you want it to last. That's where reishi steps up to the plate. This mushroom is supports your body's natural sleep-wake cycle, helping you regulate sleep patterns and ensuring you get the right amount of sleep each night. With reishi, you're not just sleeping longer - you're opening the door to more deep sleep stages​ that as we age, naturally start to decline.
  • Dive Deeper into Your Sleep Stages - Deep sleep - also known as slow-wave sleep or stage 3 of non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep - isn't just important; it's crucial. It's the time when your body gets down to the business of physical restoration and rejuvenation. And guess what? Reishi can help you get there. By helping you to relax and regulating neurotransmitters, reishi can make the transition into
    deep sleep smoother and prolong these beneficial stages. It's not just about sleeping - it's about diving deep for a restorative experience​​.
  • Regulate Your REM Sleep - Ever heard of REM sleep? It's where the magic happens - the stage associated with vivid dreaming and cognitive processing. But, like a well-played game, it's all about balance. Too much or too little REM sleep can affect your overall sleep quality. That’s why Reishi, with its calming properties and potential to modulate neurotransmitters can help you to find the perfect balance.
Why is sleep so important?

Just as the finest athletes relentlessly push their boundaries, so too have scientists in unraveling the enigma of sleep. While the exact whys of sleep are still unclear, one thing's for certain: sleep is as crucial to your health and well-being [23].

Several theories have been proposed over the years and we think that they are all pretty good reasons as to why you should be catching your z’s every night and at regular times:

  1. Restoration and Repair - Sleep allows the body to restore and repair itself. During sleep, the body engages in processes such as tissue repair, muscle growth, and the release of growth hormones, aiding in physical recovery. [23]

  2. Memory Consolidation - Sleep plays a crucial role in consolidating and organising memories. It is believed that while we sleep, the brain processes and stores information gathered throughout the day, leading to improved memory retention and learning [23] [26].

  3. Brain Plasticity and Cognitive Function - Sleep has been linked to the brain's plasticity, which refers to its ability to adapt and reorganise itself. It is believed that sleep supports synaptic plasticity, the strengthening of neural connections, and the removal of unnecessary connections essential for learning, memory, and cognitive function [26] [28].

  4. Immune System Support - Sleep is also thought to play a role in supporting the immune system. During sleep, the immune system can actively work to defend against pathogens, repair damaged cells, and regulate immune responses [29].
  5. Hormone Regulation and Weight Management - Sleep influences hormone regulation related to appetite, metabolism, and stress. Lack of sleep can lead to increased food intake, decreased energy expenditure, and imbalances in hormones like leptin and ghrelin, contributing to weight gain and obesity [25].        

While these benefits provide insights into the potential functions of sleep, it's important to note that sleep is a complex and multifaceted process that serves many purposes. Ongoing research continues to shed light on the intricate mechanisms and importance of sleep for human health and functioning.

What does sleep have to do with Performance?

We may not have cracked the exact reason why we sleep every night, but we do know this: sleep is the champion of recovery. When e're catching our z's, our bodies are busy working overtime. They release growth hormone, the key player in muscle repair, tissue growth, and bouncing back from the strains of physical exertion.

But that's not all. A good night's sleep is also the unsung hero behind glycogen synthesis and energy restoration. Let's not forget the boost to cognitive function, memory, and mental acuity - all essential for hitting peak performance. So, the next time you think about skipping sleep, remember: it's not just rest. It's your secret weapon for unleashing your potential.


SolveLabs™ Reishi mushroom, with its signature bitter taste, is a testament to its purity and quality. This bitterness is not a flaw, but rather a marker of high-grade Reishi extract. Its bitterness is subtle and never overpowering and can easily be added to your tea, coffee, smoothie, or hot chocolate without altering the taste too much.

We strongly encourage you to embrace Reishi as your evening wellness tonic, especially because we think you will feel instant results with a deeper sleep and more vivid dreams.

Reishi Protocol

Dial down the stress and anxiety levels before bed by following our suggested protocol. As a natural facilitator of sleep, it comes enriched with compounds that encourage relaxation and foster deeper, rejuvenating sleep.

Choose the protocol for you and follow for 16 weeks. Follow this with a 5-day break. Restart the cycle for as long as desired for long term benefits.

stress, anxiety & Balance
  • AM - 1 Scoop
  • MID - 2 Scoops
  • PM - 2 Scoops
sleep & RECOVERY
  • AFTERNOON - 2 Scoops
  • PM - 2 Scoops
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