Mushroom Mocha Milk: Adaptogenic Creamer 227 g
The Mushroom Mocha Milk is the perfect accompaniment to literally anything: coffee, chai tea, ice cream, protein balls and even savory sauces like mole.
This blend is 100% organically grown and made with locally grown mushroom extract powders. These are doubly extracted and bioavailable, so they can be immediately absorbed by the body.
The creamy powder is the perfect combination of high-quality organic cocoa, the dreamlike coconut cream powder and a mushroom blend of 7 adaptogens!
- rich in adaptogens, iron and magnesium
- vegan and rich creamer
- can strengthen the immune system
- can support the balance of the body
- can have a positive effect on organ function
- can help reduce stress
- kids love it too
- tastes delicious
Happy customer: "Love this creamer! Mostly blends easily, flavor is great and I love that I am getting the benefit of mushrooms."
- lactose-free, vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free (unsweetened)
- 100% organic, fairly manufactured
- Add 1-2 tablespoons of Mushroom Mocha Milk to 1 cup of hot water and it's ready to drink! Or spice it up with coffee, nut milk or rose milk made with our organic rose powder.
- We recommend everyone to intuitively listen to their body and choose the dosage that suits you best.
Anima Mundi's Coconut Cream Powder*, Heirloom Organic Cacao*, and our blend of 7 mushrooms: Reishi*, Chaga*, Cordyceps*, Lions Mane*, Agaricus*, Shiitake*, and Maitake*.
Contains 3% or less of : tapioca maltodextrin*, acacia fiber* /*organic /
All of our mushrooms are organically grown in Washington State. Our Chaga mushroom is wildcrafted within the area as well.
227g - approx. 37 servings (each 1 tbsp / serving)
- Anima Mundi coconut cream comes from a dreamy farm in Thailand. It is run by a family that has been running an organic coconut plantation for over 150 years. The company is called Dan Tien and is one of the largest producers of 100% organic and non-GMO coconuts in Thailand. We are proud to offer their excellent coconut quality because you can feel the difference between this luxurious, powerful powder and others that contain a lot of fillers.
- Acacia bark is used in a tiny amount to avoid excessive clumping. In addition, acacia bark powder is used as a medicinal remedy. As a source of fiber, it also relieves pain and irritation in the digestive tract
- Cordyceps - The cordyceps is used by ancient and modern herbalists as it is an energizing adaptogen and is considered an immunomodulator. It promotes endocrine health, supports the lungs, liver and kidneys, provides antioxidant support and has also been used to promote fertility.
- The chaga mushroom has a wealth of healing properties. Some of its many benefits, backed by science, include its ability to prevent the spread of cancer, modulate the immune system, fight the harmful effects of oxidative stress, increase cognitive function, and more. Its high antioxidant content and anti-inflammatory effects make it an excellent ingredient to help protect the body and mind.
- The term adaptogen was coined by the Russian doctor and scientist Nikolai V. Lazarv. This term summarizes a wide variety of plants from all over the world. Such adaptogens have been used in traditional Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda for thousands of years. Adaptogens are plant compounds, often herbs, roots, or fungi, that help the body deal with stressors. These include Schisandra, Eleuthero, Panax Ginseng, Ashwagandha, Rhodiola, Maca, and medicinal mushrooms such as Cordyceps, Lion's Mane or Reishi. As the name suggests, adaptogens work by helping the body to "adapt," meaning to adapt. Adaptogens increase our adaptability, they have a regulating effect on the stress axis (hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis) and support the anabolic metabolism. Adaptogens have a regulating effect on the body, they compensate for deficits as well as reduce hyperfunctions. This idea of balance has a long tradition in TCM and Ayurveda. Adaptogens are supposed to ensure harmony in body, mind and soul.
Shiitake (Lentinus Edodes) is an anti-aging powerhouse in the fight against cell damage. The use of shiitake as a medicinal herb dates back at least to 100 AD when it was used in China to treat and prevent upper respiratory ailments, promote circulation, increase energy, reduce fatigue and as a general elixir used to strengthen chi. With provitamin D, vitamins B12 and B2 and vitamin E, the mushroom also has a particularly strengthening effect on the skin. Shitake promotes collagen synthesis and thus supports firm and elastic skin and can reduce lines and wrinkles.