Health Bloom Inc

Mushroom Immune Shield 60 Count


Mushroom Immune Shield


  • Cordyceps (Cordyceps Militaris) 200 mg
  • Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus) 100 mg
  • Turkey Tail (Trametes Versicolor) 100 mg
  • Hypromellose (Vegetable Capsule)


  • Adults: Take 2 (two) capsules per day.  Take with a full glass of water.

Cautions and Warnings:

  • Consult a healthcare practitioner/health care provider/health care professional/doctor/physician prior to use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or if you have exterior pathogens/conditions.

The Ingredients:  General Information and Actions:

  • Cordyceps mushroom is a natural energy booster that increases lung capacity, thereby enhancing oxygen absorption and utilization on a cellar level.
  • Cordyceps is also used for strengthening the immune system, improving athletic performance, reducing the effects of aging, promoting longer life and improving liver function in people with Hepatitis B.
  • Chaga mushrooms are a powerful anti-oxidant and source of superoxide dismutase (SOD), which supports cellular damage, oxidation and free radical damage.
  • Chaga mushrooms contain Vitamin B, Vitamin D, flavonoids, phenols, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc, iron and enzymes.
  • Chaga is a vital source of plant based sterols, which reduce bad LDL cholesterol, stabilizes blood pressure, increases metabolism and aids the endocrine system.
  • Turkey Tail mushrooms are filled with powerful anti-oxidants, such as phenols and flavonoids. These work to support immune health by boosting the release of protective compounds and helping to reduce inflammation.
  • Turkey Tail mushrooms contain valuable prebiotics that work to keep your gut micro-biome balanced by suppressing harmful bacteria and increasing beneficial bacteria.


  1. Hirsch KR et al., Cordyceps Militaris Improves Tolerance to High Intensity Exercise after Acute and Chronic Supplementation, J Diet Suppl. 2017 Jan 2;14(1): 42-53.
  2. Cui Y et al., Anti-oxidant Effect of Inonotus Obliquus, Journal of Ethnopharmacology 96(2005) 79-85.
  3. Chu KW et al., Trametes Versicolor: A Medicinal Mushroom with Promising Immunotherapeutic Values, J Clin Pharmacol 2002,42:976-984.

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