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Mushroom Revival Reishi Calm Gummies -- 30 Servings

Mushroom Revival Reishi Calm Gummies
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Mushroom Revival Reishi Calm Gummies Description

  • World's First USDA Certified Organic Mushroom Gummies
  • The Power Of Calm
  • USDA Organic
  • Non GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • Kosher


> Relaxation > Immune function

> The body's ability to adapt to occasional stress

> Cardiovacular system health


Don't worry, these are also 100% vegan!

Work? Traffic? Drama? Mondays? Winter blues? Adaptogens like the functional mushroom reishi could help you keep your cool & support your mood. Knock down the ultimate enemy of all good vibes, occasional stress, with our yummy Calm reishi gummies.


Stress can throw your body’s systems out of whack, making your adrenals run haywire with adrenaline and cortisol. It can burn you out, leaving you feeling exhausted, drained, or just restless. You might find yourself getting irritable for no reason yet unable to settle down.


Reishi can be the fuzzy socks and lavender of your wellness routine, helping to balance your overall systems and keep you running smoothly. Functional mushrooms and their adaptogens can help level up your adaptability to occasional stress. Keeping calm and carrying on can support your heart health and immune system.


Our Reishi Calm gummies are the first USDA-certified organic mushroom gummies, and they’re vegan & kosher just like everything else we make.


Equivalent to 1000mg of mushrooms per serving, or 30,000mg of mushrooms per bag


50% post consumer recycled packaging!


Suggested Use: Take two gummies everyday.
Free Of
Animal ingredients, GMOs and gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Gummies
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate5 g2%
   Total Sugars2 g
     Includes 2g Added Sugars4%
Sodium15 mg<1%
Calm Mushroom Blend:
Reishi Mushtoom (Ganoderma lingzhi 3:1)*** E
335 mg*
*** Water/Alcohol Extracted
E Certified Organic Extract
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic tapioca syrup, organic cane sugar, purified water, organic agave inulin, organic lemon juice concentrate, citrus pectin, organic fractionated coconut oil, organic flavor, trisodium citrate, vegetable oil, and carnauba wax.

100% mushroom fruit-bodies. No mycelium on grain.

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Your 9-Step Guide to Living Slower and Moving More

Life has become more complex than ever before. With the advent of modernization and technological advancements, people have to deal with the world’s hustle and bustle. Woman with Head Back and Arms Outstretched in the Mountains Pew Research wrote about how Americans feel about the satisfactions and stresses of modern life. Here are some highlights of the statistics:
  • 70% said they have at least found some meaning in their jobs.
  • 52% said they are doing two things or more at once.
  • 60% said they are sometimes too busy to enjoy life.
  • 39% said technology has made their work more demanding.
  • 73% said they are at least somewhat satisfied with their social life.
Many people tend to forget how to slow down in life. The pandemic, however, has caused massive disruptions and upended our lives. If anything, it has taught us to value what’s more important — our health, family, and life in general. It has taught us about the value of slow living. As the name implies, slow living is a lifestyle approach to various aspects of life. It started as a slow food movement focusing on traditional foods over modern processed foods in the 1980s and evolved into a slow living movement. Both are now part of the green movement as viable solutions. The slow living movement has four core values:
  • Sustainable
  • Local
  • Organic
  • Whole

9 ways to slow down and move more

Unfortunately, practicing slow living is easier said than done. So how do you go about incorporating this approach into your lifestyle? Here are nine tips for slowing down while moving more:

1. Plan your life

There’s a line drawn between those who plan in life and those who don’t. The former has complete control of their lives. While they have time to relax, they still accomplish more in life. Some even have lifestyle planning, where their business and career plans cater to their preferred lifestyle. Life planning entails setting goals for various aspects. What do you hope to achieve for your career, family, and life? Come up with a list and focus on these goals. Doing so allows you to drop those unnecessary things in life.

2. Schedule your day

Everyone knows the importance of time management, as it allows you to slow down and enjoy life. However, not all practice this in their business or personal lives. Unfortunately, only 18% have a proper time management system. As part of your time management strategy, start by scheduling your day. But most importantly, be sure to stick to your schedule. Note that the Eisenhower matrix is the most successful time management technique. However, dealing with whatever comes up is the least successful technique.

3. Separate personal from professional life

Work-life balance has been a buzzword in business. It is what every company aspires to achieve for their employees. Zippia notes that 60% of employees claim they have a work-life balance. Unfortunately, 77% have experienced burnout at least once in their current jobs. The best course of action? Draw the line between your personal and professional lives. Yes, prioritize your work as it puts food on your table and pays the bills. However, make time for your family, friends, and yourself. Slow down, unwind, and enjoy!

4. Focus on your passion

Nothing is more fulfilling than doing what you’re passionate about in life. Joanne Gonzales, Content Manager at CraftWhack, said that most successful people pursue their passion in life. “As they love what they’re doing, work for them is all fun and play." Whenever possible, find a job related to your passion. Establish a career that allows you to enjoy. As such, there’s no need to slow down and take a break.

5. Practice self-care

Self-compassion is crucial to your mental health and overall well-being. It’s about being kind to yourself by taking good care of your mind and body. That’s where self-care comes in. Self-care entails slowing down in life and having time for yourself. Here are some self-care tips for you:
  • Eat healthily.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Get regular exercise.
  • Have enough sleep.
  • Pursue your hobbies and interests.
  • Have “me” time.

6. Get support from your core group

Slowing down doesn’t have to be a lonely battle. Get your core group involved, whether your family, colleagues at work or circle of friends. Encourage a slow living and help each other live life to the fullest. Stephan Baldwin, Founder of Assisted Living, couldn’t stress enough the importance of a core group. They provide the utmost support to help seniors live their last few years in the best way possible. Baldwin said, "Building a core group applies to people who want to slow down and live more."

7. Avoid 'urgency culture'

There’s no denying that many of us partake in “urgency culture” in today’s society. It’s the notion that everything is equally urgent. Hence, almost everyone is busy with work and life. However, it’s crucial to protect yourself from urgency culture. You don’t have to attend to all things that come your way. Know what’s important and urgent and prioritize them. Ditch the unnecessary work and make time for yourself instead.

8. Make time to break, rest and sleep

Life doesn’t have to revolve around your work or family. First, have time for leisure and recreation. Also, allow yourself to rest and sleep. That is what it means to slow down. Brian Nagele, CEO at Restaurant Clicks, provides people with a go-to restaurant guide in their cities. "We want people to sit down and enjoy their foods and drinks. Most importantly, we want them to slow down in life and have a break."

9. Be present

Some people are so preoccupied with their past or worried about their future. They do things to compensate for their loss or to carve their future. While both are a part of life, your present is the most important. The best way to live life is to be present. Live the moment without necessarily neglecting the past and planning for the future. Prioritize your present and enjoy it as much as you can.

How to achieve a peaceful and productive life

According to Forbes, slowing down is the fastest way to be more productive. The idea makes sense as taking a rest gives you the energy to do more. The more you slow down, the more focused you can be. That said, consider the nine tips recommended above. Learn how to slow down yet move more in life. Don’t allow the world’s hustle and bustle to overwhelm you and cloud your judgment for what’s more important. Take a break and prioritize only those that truly matter.

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