Chaga mushrooms have been used for centuries all throughout the Northern Hemisphere. This functional mushroom has been historically linked to the Russians, Scandonavians, Europeans, and even North American Indigenous cultures. The Chaga mushroom has a distinct relationship with the trees that it grows on. When a tree gets damaged, the Chaga mushroom grows over the wound and protects the tree. This unique relationship is mutualistic in nature and allows both the mushroom and tree to thrive.
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The Lion’s Mane Mushroom has been historically linked to Asian medicine but is also associated with Royalty across the globe. Unlike most mushrooms that grow a traditional mushroom cap, this functional mushroom has the appearance of a frozen waterfall and can be found throughout North America, Asia, and Europe. Aside from its medicinal history, Lion’s Mane is universally used in cooking and is said to be the perfect seafood substitute.
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Coffee dates back to the 15th Century and was a major part of Ethiopian and Yemeni culture. It’s progress grew fast and by the 16th century it was found all throughout the Middle East, India, Persia, Turkey and Africa. From that point on, coffee became a staple in homes in all corners of the globe. Coffee has come a long way from it’s ancient roots in Yemen and is grown in 70 countries. However, nearly 70% of the world's coffee is grown in Columbia, Brazil, Indonesia, and Vietna