The Mighty Mushroom Gummies

We all know that mushrooms aren’t always a hit when you find them dished up on your plate, but until you learn all the goodness of them, you won’t know what you might be missing out on. These Good Mushroom Gummy Supplements mean you get all the benefits and none of the fungi taste. 

Let’s break it down and see why these Good Mushroom Supplements are so good for your wellness.

Daily Support From Six Amazing Mushrooms

Locked and loaded with six amazing mushrooms to give you that extra brain boosts each and every day with the combined strength of Lion’s Mane, Turkey Tail, Chaga, Cordyceps, Maitake and Reishi. 

Let’s get stuck into each of the mushrooms!

Lion’s Mane

No surprises as to what this mushroom looks like - It grows shaggy white spines resembling a lion's mane. These glorious mushrooms are used for medicinal purposes as well as culinary practices. 

Lion’s Mane mushrooms may be small, but they sure pack a nutritious punch. They’re full of manganese, potassium and zinc - the essential minerals; they’re also packed with vitamins like niacin, thiamine and riboflavin. 

Turkey Tail

This vibrant mushroom has distinctive layered stripes of brown, tan, grey and white, resembling a turkey's tail. Turkey Tail embody health and longevity in many Asian cultures and has been used as herbal medicine because of its immunomodulatory properties.


Chaga mushrooms look like a clump of coal with a burnt orange interior. Siberia and parts of Asia have used Chaga mushrooms for centuries as medicine. 

These wee mushrooms are crammed with antioxidants. It’s no surprise that it’s been used to support overall health and boost immunity.


Also known as caterpillar fungi, these fungi are fascinating. They are parasitic on insects, grow long slender stems outside their hosts' bodies, and are brown or bright orange. 


The mushroom gets collected, dried and used as a supplement for many health benefits.


Maitake mushrooms have been used for thousands of years for health, vitality and longevity. These tasty mushrooms can be used for culinary purposes, but they’re mainly cultivated because of their medicinal benefits. 


Maitake mushrooms typically grow on the trees of Oak, Maple and Elm, but they can also be grown at home. They grow in clusters of flattened overlapping caps, and as they mature, they reach a light brown colour.


Reishi mushrooms grow semicircular, similar to a fan or a kidney. Similar to the colours you’d find at a beautiful sunset, these mushrooms have varying shades of red, yellow, orange and white. 


Reishi mushrooms are popular for their boost of immunity. This is all thanks to three molecules: triterpenoids, polysaccharides and peptidoglycans. Make that health benefits rain down.

What Do These Mushrooms Do for Our Busy Bodies?

Although each mushroom is different, some of them share the same benefit. So if you want to ensure you’re supercharging your body, treat yourself with mushroom fuel.

Let’s get into the incredible health benefits!

Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Rescue

Lion’s Mane contains a specific carbohydrate called oligosaccharides, which are critical for antioxidative and anti-tumour activities. 

Cordyceps have been used in herbal medicines for years to slow down inflammation.

Turkey Tail and Reishi is an impressive mushrooms for antioxidant purposes - they’re full of phenols and flavonoids which support the damage caused by oxidative stress.

Boost Immunity

Shield yourself from viruses and bacteria by strengthening your immune system with Lion’s Mane, Turkey Tail, Chaga, Maitake and Reishi. All six mushrooms play a role in immunity defence.

These mushrooms contain krestin and polysaccharide peptide, a powerful immune-boosting duo. Additionally, they fight harmful bacteria and viruses, so you have a line of defence against the ills and chills.

Gut Health Support

Lion’s Mane supports gut health by fighting off the growth of harmful bacteria that can lurk in the gut lining and intestines.

Turkey Tail have prebiotics to enhance and nourish your gut health with helpful bacteria. 

Brain Power Up

Lion’s Mane has two compounds - hericenomes and erinacines which stimulate the growth of brain cells. If you’re after an extra brain boost, a 2020 study has found that Lion’s Mane has helped significantly improve brain health.

Adaptogenic Properties

Turkey Tail and Maitake are adaptogenic mushrooms. 

Adaptogens are helpful for busy bodies. They support the body by adapting to different stressors we might come across in our daily lives. The body balances under stress because the adaptogens stabilise our cortisol levels. 

Good Vitamin Co’s Newest Good Mushroom Ultimate Complex Supplements

If all these health benefits don’t make you want to run towards your nearest store that stocks Good Vitamin Co, we don’t know what would. 

They’re full of the goodness that supports everyday wellness, bursting with antioxidants. Our newest Good Mushroom Ultimate Complex Supplements are suitable for almost every single adult. Give yourself the support to do the things you love in life.

Each and every one of our deliciously chewable vitamins is halal-certified, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, and soy-free, with no artificial flavours or colours. They’re a great source of fibre and are vegan-friendly.

It’s never been easier to get your quick fix of whole-body support each and every day. Try these mushroom brain supplements for yourself! You’ll be surprised at how delicious these mushroom chews are - mixed berry flavour for the win. 


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