The older I become the more intrigued I become by the power of natural remedies to treat and cure diseases. The bulk of mainstream approaches to illness today is focused far more on symptom relief than curing the actual disorder.
One of the categories of ancient knowledge that has intrigued me for decades has been in the scope of mushrooms.
Over my almost 40 years in nutrition I have commonly observed the power of plants to quickly ameliorate many maladies of individuals. However I rank medicinal mushrooms as a gift from the stars that stands out above almost all other plants but very few realize their magic.
We all know loved ones and friends who battle daily with anxiety and depression, which sometimes becomes life threatening.
What if I told you that one single dose of a mushroom was clinically significant in 80% to 90% of individuals in how it resolved these disorders in ONE SINGLE DOSE. Yes you read me right, one dose! Here is a quote from one of the individuals who were enrolled in a medical study of these magic mushrooms.
After a single dose of magic mushrooms, “the cloud of doom seemed to just lift. From then on, I was fine,” she says. Many others had similar experiences.
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These types of mushrooms have been used throughout time to also enhance the connection within us to a higher clarity of spirit.
How about these mushrooms given to those who have terminal cancer that find their ultimate peace of mind despite knowing they were dying just by ingesting one dose!
To view the video on the details of these mushrooms used in hospice, click here…
What about Paul Stamets, (the world renowned mushroom expert) whose mother was diagnosed with end stage breast cancer and was told that no treatment or surgery was an option. Following a protocol of Turkey Tail mushrooms at relatively high doses, she is now cancer free.
I encourage everyone to watch this super inspiring 3 minute video from Paul Stamets on the power of mushrooms in treating his mother.
We have so much to learn about the potential of nature’s pharmacy however the health care system of today simply discredits most of what they call “alternative medicine” and some even refer to it as “voodoo herbs”.
I can just tell you from my life experience, I value mushrooms as a partner in my search for optimal health. They offer safe, very potent, and contain effective ingredients within their structure that should be revered by all those who practice health.
I take a product that contains a mixture of between 5 and 10 different species of mushrooms every single day. (I take 3 to 6 caps daily or more if I am feeling less than well)
Mushrooms can flourish in the harshest of environments, they are immune to almost all infections and they have been on this earth as far back as dinosaurs so I consider them one of my finest teachers. It is truly profound…
The list of what I consider the most potent and valuable medicinal mushrooms for my program are the following;
- Turkey Tail
- Oyster mushroom
- Lion’s mane
I have studied the inside story on many companies in the nutritional and herbal field and you MUST do your due diligence to determine those whose passion resides in quality in production and growing the mushrooms.
I wish to live my life to the fullest until my life is no more but to allow that to happen haphazardly is not in my spirit. I will aggressively nourish the only body I have on this earth and will err on the side of spending too much money, effort and work to insure I have supported this special body all the way to the end. This is my no-regret daily commitment. How sad to wish at the last year of life, “Why did i not take better care of myself because now I realize it is too late”.
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Ed Jones has been the owner of Nutrition World since 1979. He is totally passionate in regard to his belief in the natural healing capacity of the human body. He has learned under and spent time with many respected experts in the holistic field. Ed received an extensive education in nutrition from the American Health Science University, A.A. from MTSU.