Mushroom Hot Cocoa with Reishi
Restful and Relaxing …..zzzzzzzz
Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum) is the main active ingredient of Four Sigmatic’s Mushroom Hot Cocoa with Reishi and is Nature’s ultimate anti-stress antidote. Drink it espresso-style by adding one packet to three fluid ounces of hot water. Drink one or two packets per day. (One box contains ten packets.) Mushroom Hot Cocoa with Reishi is organic, vegan, gluten-free, caffeine free, non-GMO, and only 2g of coconut sugar per serving. No starch or any fillers at all. Bonus: only 25 calories per serving!
Fast facts about Four Sigmatic’s Mushroom Hot Cocoa with Reishi:
- 10 easy-to-use mushroom hot chocolate shot powder packages (that’s a mouthful)
- Enjoy your daily Reishi mushroom dose with chocolate and other supporting herbs
- Slow down and enjoy a stress-free moment
- Boosted with astragalus, cinnamon and cardamom
- A full dark chocolate flavour that leaves you perfectly satisfied
- Melts away stress
- Slows the aging process
Enjoy a smooth chocolate taste thanks to the addition of minimally processed cacao powder, grown at high altitudes in the Dominican Republic. Each packet is comprised of approximately 50% cacao! The flavour is rounded out with cardamom – a valued ayurvedic spice – as well as cinnamon, which can help curb cravings for sweets.
As an intelligent mushroom, Reishi may balance an overactive hormone system and improve sleep quality. Each packet of Mushroom Hot Cocoa with Reishi contains 500mg of dual-extracted red reishi. Dual-extracted means that the active water and fat-soluble components have been extracted with boiling water and alcohol, respectively. After removing the alcohol and concentrating the extract, Four Sigmatic spray-dries it back to powder.
Four Sigmatic only uses the fruiting bodies of red reishi (Ganoderma lucidum). The mushrooms are grown in real linden logs cut from a forest, which ensures proper nutrition so that the reishi mushrooms have all the needed nutrients to grow. This product is not made from the mycelium (or “roots” of the mushroom).