Valentine's Day: 5 Reasons Why Mushroom Gummies are a PERFECT Gift

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The Delicious, Organic New Mushroom Supplement You Need to Try This Valentine's Day

Looking for a gift that's a bit outside the box for Valentine's Day?

Well, we're not looking to replace chocolate or cupcakes (what kind of monster would do such a thing?). We just want to introduce you to a handful of our reliable, organic mushroom friends that could be a beautiful match with your daily routine.

You can still get flowers and sweets like you always do, but why not turn your loved one onto a healthy habit like adaptogenic mushroom support that could be a game-changer in their everyday life?

Now, if you're picturing those red mushrooms that Mario might run into, you're wayyy off. These functional, adaptogenically-powered mushrooms are a bit harder to find than the average pizza topping, and have a whole wealth of benefits you should know about to celebrate with your loved ones (backed by science!).

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What are Adaptogenic Mushrooms?

Adaptogenic mushrooms are top performing mushrooms available today for functional value. They refer to the handful of mushroom species that are just a tier above the average nutritional power of white button, portobello, or oyster mushrooms. These species include:

They might not be heart-shaped candy boxes, but they can do a whole lot more than just give you a little sugar boost. They're considered superfoods in the health and wellness community, and have been widely accepted into boosting study habits, productivity in the workplace, focus in the classroom, and improving sleep habits.

How do they do this? Functionally, adaptogenic mushrooms create these habits. They aren't just vitamins you take, they are lifestyle creators. Adaptogenic mushrooms like lion's mane and cordyceps achieve this through:

  • Relieving stress and anxiety
  • Cognitive function boosting
  • Increasing energy
  • Elevating focus
  • Boosting productivity
  • Providing restful, quality sleep

Now, if we could fit all these benefits into one mushroom we would. Instead, we just made a gummy for it called Daily. 

However, if you want to take each value on individually for special, focused attention, you're still in luck. Each of these components is discoverable through a different species of mushroom. Take cordyceps, for example. Cordyceps is our fan-favorite mushroom that goes straight into our Boost blends. It targets that extra energy you need to get through long days, and can vastly support cognitive function.

Now, if you were looking to use adaptogenic mushrooms for better sleep? You probably would be better off with red reishi. Reishi is the flagship mushroom in our Sleep blend, and is perfect for accessing a calmer state of mind, and can even be connected to cancer treatment methods.

On top of these primary functions, each of these mushrooms is built to target a wide variety of supplemental health benefits as well.

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Additional Potential Benefits of Using Adaptogenic Mushrooms

Immune System Support

Infection and inflammation should be given plenty of preventative support when you take your daily routine seriously. They're two leading causes of many sicknesses, diseases, and ailments. When you are adequately preparing your body to fight off infection with the right supplements, you'll feel so much more relief in your body on a regular basis.

Reishi, for example, can stimulate the immune system to avoid infection. These two support areas are great for regulating the body's immune system reaction, and can carry over its impact to other areas like your cholesterol. 

Fatigue Support

Adrenal fatigue can ruin anyone's fitness and exercise regimen. You can go from three weekly gym sessions to once a week with chronic fatigue setting in and crushing your motivation to keep pushing yourself.

Cordyceps is a great way around that. As a function-booster, cordyceps has been linked to increasing that well of energy and helping you push to go the extra mile on your journey. 

Skin Support

Everyone could use a little skin support, right? Especially for those perfect Valentine's Day photos, you just want to have that vibrance really show. While chaga has been connected the closest to skin care and hair growth, all adaptogenic mushrooms have a loose connection to the support you're looking for. It can reduce skin sensitivity, and it might even be able to fight acne with the kojic acid that you'll find in chaga.

Lower Cholesterol

The beta-glucans found in reishi pair up with triterpenes, which together could help reduce your cholesterol. Chaga has a similar effect, but it comes through polysaccharides, which are essential to supporting your body's overall management of blood sugar, and helping your cholesterol health. That's why these mushrooms are so important to incorporate in tandem rather than on their own. 

Think about it like collecting rain water. The more buckets you have out, the more you'll be able to use and recycle to help the Earth. The same goes for your body. When you pair up each of these mushrooms for support, you get much, much higher quality results.

Cardiovascular Health

What better time to take care of your heart than Valentine's Day? On top of a glass of wine with a loved one and some soft Michael Bublé songs, adaptogenic mushrooms can be great for your heart health and has been linked to protecting the body from cardiovascular disease.

Now, what it comes down to is getting the mushrooms in your diet. Cooking them up can be a ton of work, and having them as a coffee blend might be appealing at first, but once you get all that caffeine in the blend? It takes away from the power of adaptogenic mushrooms at their core. 

That's why we have lovingly crafted adaptogenic mushroom gummies at Troomy.

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5 Reasons to Try Mushroom Gummies Today

5. Fruity Flavors

When you think mushroom, you might think of an earthy taste that doesn't add much to your pizza, or just goes along with your pasta. Instead of just giving you a pizza topping that might give you some nutritional benefits, we've blended our mushrooms into organic, natural gummies with zero added sugars that taste like candy, but perform like the superfood nootropics they are.

4. Wallet-Friendly Value

Getting daily value into your routine is tough when you're on a budget. Mushroom gummies are a quick way around that, and are able to give up to two months' worth of value in just one bottle. 

3. Mushroom Extract Power

Raw mushrooms are a great place to give lion's mane a try, but they can be cumbersome. Chopping up mushrooms and tossing them into your favorite recipes isn't exactly the easiest, or the most sustainable way to get mushroom-powered wellness into your routine. 

The same can be said about coffees and teas. Why add another cup of coffee to your day that's going to be virtually the same blend, and still use caffeine?

Instead, you can try organic, zero added sugars and zero caffeine blends of mushroom gummies that are in one fruity gummy.

2. Zero Processed Ingredients

Nobody likes how processed, sugary, highly-caffeinated supplements make you feel in the long haul. While they might spurt you through an afternoon, you're not going to want to use them regularly.

Troomy cuts that entire processed additives portion out of your health and wellness routine, giving you a streamlined route to quicker nutritional all-organic support while boosting your energy, providing restful sleep, and more.

 1. Customized to Your Needs

Lion's mane, cordyceps, and all kinds of adaptogenic mushrooms are good to give a try to support general health benefits. But sometimes you don't need extra energy, or you don't want to help yourself sleep better. Each gummy blend at Troomy uses only mushrooms that are applicable to the desired needs. No overlap, just strong, functional support for whatever you might be looking for.

Luckily, it's simpler than ever to get started.

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Get Started with Troomy Nootropics This Valentine's Day!

Overall, Valentine's Day is rarely a holiday you think of to try out some new supplements. Especially mushroom ones. The thing is, our team at Troomy's worked so hard to craft these blends to perfection, you won't even remember you're taking something that's good for you. You'll still get that delicious, candy-like flavor of a gummy with incredible, performance-boosting mushroom support. The trick is just finding the right blend to try.

To give Troomy a whirl for this Valentine's Day, we recommend giving Daily a start. It's the perfect introduction to adaptogenic mushrooms, providing a quality variety of different support areas you can target.

Don't wait to get started. Find your "True Me" with Troomy Nootropics today!

Alex Heining

About the Author

Alex Heining is a major supporter and activist of mushroom-powered wellness, and has been a leader on our Troomy Nootropics team since day one. As a graduate from the University of Oregon and marketer in the Los Angeles area, he constantly aims to increase activity and acquire more knowledge on ever-changing innovations in the fungi industry today.

Over our first year as a company, he‚Äôs combined his efforts with our top blending strategists to inform the Troomy community on developments in mushroom-powered wellness, while developing delicious, functionally-powerful gummies for daily use. Whether he‚Äôs in the weightroom, studying new extraction methods, or working on some new songs, he‚Äôll always be ready to talk your ear off about different ways you can find your ‚ÄúTrue Me‚ÄĚ with Troomy.


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