Plug
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Plug Spawn Pricing
100-150 Plugs           (enough for 3-4 logs)               $11.95
500-550 Plugs           (enough for 12-15 logs)           $29.95
1000-1050 Plugs       (enough for 24-30 logs)           $44.95


SHIITAKE 

OUR MOST POPULAR MUSHROOM!

USED FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE FOR PURPOSES AS DIVERSE AS BOOSTING IMMUNITY AND TREATING LIVER DISORDER, THESE LARGE AND ROBUST MUSHROOMS ARE CONSIDERED "MEATY" IN TEXTURE AND FREQUENTLY COMPARED TO STEAK. THEY ARE THEY CAN BE BAKED, SAUTÉED, GRILLED OR BROILED, ALL WITH DELIGHTFUL RESULTS. SHIITAKE CONTAIN DIETARY ENZYMES VITAL FOR PROPER ABSORPTION OF NUTRIENTS AND DIGESTION OF FOOD. FIBER RICH, APPROXIMATELY 20% PROTEIN AND PACKED WITH VITAMINS, MINERALS AND ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS, SHIITAKE ARE A HEALTHY AND NUTRITIOUS ADDITION TO YOUR DIET. THE PHYTOCHEMICAL LENTINAN CONTAINED IN SHIITAKE HAS BEEN THE SUBJECT OF SEVERAL RECENT CLINICAL STUDIES DEMONSTRATING THAT THIS FUNGI IS BENEFICIAL IN TREATING CONDITIONS AS VARIED AS: CANCER, HEART DISEASE, HYPERLIPIDEMIA, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, HEPATITIS, AND HERPES. TO READ MORE ABOUT SHIITAKE VISIT OUR BLOG.


OYSTER                                                     4 VARIETIES: GREY SKY, ROYAL BLUE, ITALIAN, & GOLDEN PLEASE SPECIFY

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REISHI
                                                                   

Known as the mushroom of immortality in China, contemporary medical science  demonstrates, time and time again, what ancient Eastern medicine has known to be true for more than 2,000 years: that Reishi mushrooms have amazing and varied health benefits! Known to enhance the body’s equilibrium and restore it to its natural state, Reshi mushrooms are a complex dietary supplement that work within various systems helping to maintain balance within the body. Traditional Chinese medicine employed Reishi in treating ailments ranging from hypertension, arthritis, lung disorders, nervous conditions &  insomnia, and hepatitis. Reishi was also taken as a general tonic to improve stamina and longevity.



MAITAKE                                                                          

Miraculous Maitake is one of the most well-known healing mushrooms. It is said to be worth its weight in silver and called the “dancing mushroom” in Japan, because those who consume it are so healthy they want to dance! Like Reishi, it has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years and, in much the same manner contemporary research is finally exploring the benefits of taking this mushroom. Most noteworthy of its healing properties is that its polysaccharide compound (beta-1,6-glucan) has been found to stimulate immune response in breast cancer patients. Grifola frondosa also helps the body to regulate glucose and insulin levels, as well as blood pressure. Furthermore, Maitake protects liver tissue from environmental toxins, which helps to prevent chronic hepatitis. A powerful immuno-stimulant, Maitake is also an adaptogen, meaning that it helps the body’s functions normalize, by helping it resist or adapt to stress.

LION'S MANE                                                                   

Long considered a brain tonic, and employed in Asia for hundreds of years, recent studies show that Lion’s Mane ‘s constituent compounds do. in fact, stimulate the growth of neurons. This has amazing implications for individuals suffering from Alzheimer's disease and senile dementia, as well as for those concerned about the natural degeneration that comes as a result of aging. This amazing mushroom has a flavor that some compare to shellfish, and can be cooked and eaten or made into a tea or tincture. Delicious when sauteed or baked in butter, Lion’s Mane has a mild taste and tends to pick us the essence of whatever it is cooked with. Its texture is frequently compared to tender meat. TO READ MORE ABOUT LION'S MANE VISIT OUR BLOG.



CHICKEN OF THE WOODS                                                     

OFTEN COMPARED TO AND PREPARED IN THE SAME MANNER AS CHICKEN MEAT, THIS YELLOW, SHELF-SHAPED MUSHROOM IS EXTREMELY POPULAR AMONG WILD MUSHROOM HUNTERS. CONSIDERED A DELICACY INTERNATIONALLY, THE SOFT, MOIST FLESH OF THIS MUSHROOM CAN BE USED AS A MEAT SUBSTITUTE SINCE IT HAS A HEARTY, GRAINY TEXTURE. LAETIPORUS CAN BE FROZEN OR DRIED. SOME FEEL THAT CHICKENS HAVE A LEMONY FLAVOR. AND MOST WILL AGREE THAT THEY ARE BEST WHEN SAUTEED OR COOKED INTO A SAUCE, AS THEY CAN BE A LITTLE DRY IF BAKED. IF GRILLING, MARINATE WELL. CHICKEN OF THE WOODS PRODUCE ANTIBIOTICS THAT CONSUME E. COLI, IT IS KNOWN TO INHIBIT STAPH INFECTIONS AND HAS BEEN USED IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE TO HEAL BURNS.

* SOME PEOPLE HAVE A SENSITIVITY TO CHICKEN OF THE WOODS, TRY JUST A SMALL AMOUNT TO START WITH IF YOU ARE UNSURE WHETHER YOU HAVE SUCH A SENSITIVITY. EATING CHICKEN OF THE WOODS THAT ARE LESS-THAN-FRESH CAN ALSO CAUSE ALLERGIC REACTIONS IN THOSE WHO ARE SENSITIVE. BE SURE TO COOK THOROUGHLY.



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