Dr Oz: Powdered Medicinal Mushrooms For Stress
Dr Oz started his 21-Day Experiment with dozens of testers who tried everything from giving up sugar to drinking a daily turmeric tonic. For Beth and Chrisi, they had to try powdered medicinal mushrooms to see if the mushrooms, when mixed into a drink, would really work to decrease stress. Both women drank the powdered mushrooms, dissolved in water or juice, once a day for 21 days. So what happened?
Beth mixed it into iced tea and didn’t mind the taste and by day 12 Chrisi reported regular bowel movements has her only side effect. By day 20, Beth reported slight changes in her stress levels. Beth is a mother of three and appreciated being able to stay calm, keep her cool, and not yell as much.
Dr Oz: Do Mushrooms Help Decrease Stress?
Beth joined the show and shared that even her 6-year-old said she was yelling less. Chrisi admitted that it was always a problem for her to be regular and once she started drinking the mushrooms, she started going every day sometimes twice a day.
Rhenotha explained that you’re better off adding the powdered mushrooms to a liquid inside a blender bottle because it can be gritty and it takes a while for the mushrooms to dissolve. The blender bottle helps speed up the process. You can either pour it into a glass or drink it straight from the bottle. It typically costs about $35 for a tub of.
While mushrooms may seem like a new thing, it’s actually ancient medicine. Reportedly, mushrooms can help balance out your stress and boost your immune system. Mushrooms tend be nervine and they have an adaptogenic effect. Mushrooms help calm the nervous system down, while increasing endurance and your ability to withstand stress in life.