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Mushrooms of IMMORTALITY!! At least long life and good health!

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Amazing mushrooms! Live Longer. Be Healthier.

Find out about the stunning benefits of the Reishi and Chaga mushrooms.

Visit our store, which is full of information about these amazing medicinal mushrooms.


My wife and I recently started selling some of the reishi and chaga that we harvest...any support, comments, or ideas are greatly appreciated.

Thanks everyone!
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Perhaps you could share some information here about them. Do you grow them? Collect them in the wild? Or what?
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Hello Burra, sorry about the lack of info...not really sure of what the response was going to be here.

We are wildcrafters/harvesters, and have been wondering the woods for medicinals for nearly 20 years. We harvest everything ourselves, (no outsourcing to others) because we want to make sure that everything is harvested sustainably, and that we don't deplete or damage the population. We leave the largest and most vigorous to propagate so as to improve the stock.
We harvest wild from the north Maine woods, where the wilderness is still pure and uncontaminated by pollution. Most cultivated mushrooms lack the medicinal potency of wild harvested ones. We air dry all of our mushrooms, and do all the processing ourselves.

I'd be happy to answer any other questions you (or anyone else) may have...sometimes it may take a day or two for us to get back to you, but that's because we've probably wandered off into the woods again.

Have a great day!
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