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OM Restore Mushroom Superfood Powder -- 7.05 oz

OM Restore Mushroom Superfood Powder
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OM Restore Mushroom Superfood Powder -- 7.05 oz

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OM Restore Mushroom Superfood Powder Description

  • Detox | Rebalance | Recover
  • Certified Organic Mushroom Powder
  • Om Grown 2000 mg Per Serving Mushroom Blend
  • Non GMO Project Verified
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • Grown In USA
  • 100 Servings

The Superfoodie of Superfoods
Mushrooms contain many unique bioactive nutrients that can't be found in plant or animal sources alone. Each serving of Om provides 2,000 mg of Certified Organic Mushroom Powder

Mushroom Your Microbiome
Functional Without Anything Funky Added
No Nutrients Left Behind


Detox | Recover | Energy

Feel the restorative power of our dynamic blend of organic mushrooms to fuel your body through recovery. Supports positive inflammation response, detox, immune support and energy replenishment. Give your body the nourishment it needs to keep thriving after strenuous workouts or when in need of a refresh.


The Mushrooms Inside



Native to Taiwan, Antrodia has an abundance of research related to its liver protective and immunity-enhancing qualities.

Improves vitality and endurance naturally by supporting respiration, oxygen delivery and ATP synthesis. Cordyceps supports aerobic endurance in athletes and research related to general vitality in senior populations gives this mushroom species broad appeal. Cordyceps is also known for its ability to increase circulation.

King Trumpet
High levels of the antioxidant L-Ergothioneine, a naturally occurring antioxidant amino acid is found in both the mycelium and fruit bodies of King Trumpet. L-Ergothioneine is the only antioxidant that has been found to have its own cellular transport mechanism. King Trumpet also has been researched for its positive effects on cholesterol management and bone health.

Revered in Traditional Medicine as the “Mushroom of Immortality”, Reishi has a variety of attributes. Reishi acts as an immune potentiator and immune modulator - helping to balance and down regulate an overactive immune system. Reishi has also been studied for its cardiovascular health benefits. Considered a “superior adaptogen”, Reishi assists in adapting to mental and physical stressors.


No artificial or synthetic ingredients
Tested for heavy metals
Complete transparency ID testing

We Grow Our Om
We grow a diverse range of organic mushroom species at our indoor farm in California and capture the complete nutritional value of the growing cycle. Whole food mushrooms are important because they provide a full spectrum of active compounds to support optimal health. So you can bet your beta glucans they're effective.


Scoop. Stir. Ommm Your Daily Ritual
Add 2 grams (approx 1 tsp) daily to super your smoothie, mushroom your matcha, boost your coffee and nourish your recipes. For optimal support, take 4 grams (approx 2 tsp) per day.
Free Of
GMOs, added sugar, animal ingredients 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 g (Approx 1 tsp.)
Servings per Container: 100
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Certified Organic Restore Mushroom Powder Blend2 g*
  Organic Cordyceps (Cordyceps militaris) mycelial biomass & fruit body, Organic Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) mycelial biomass & fruit body, Organic King Trumpet (Pleurotus eryngii) mycelial biomass & fruit body and Organic Antrodia (Antrodia camphorata) mycelial biomass
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic myceliated oats.

Take as directed. If you have a medical condition , are on medication or are pregnant or nursing, please seek the direction of a qualified health care professional before using.

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Sleep and the brain: Are you getting enough sleep?

By contrast, study participants who slept for periods that fell between those two numbers had cognitive scores that remained stable throughout the testing period. Before calculating whether you are getting enough sleep, know that your best guess is likely to be a bit off the mark. When measuring sleep time, the Washington University researchers used a small electroencephalogram (EEG) monitor strapped to the foreheads of participants. The researchers note that EEG devices generally record estimates of sleep time that are about an hour shorter than the amount of sleep study participants self-report. So, it might be safe to assume that you are getting about an hour less sleep than you think.

Should you change your sleeping habits?

Despite the study findings, the researchers emphasized that each person has his or her own unique sleep requirements. If you wake up feeling rested -- regardless of whether you sleep for shorter periods, longer periods or something in-between -- changes in sleeping patterns likely are not necessary, they say. Your overall sleep quality is probably more important to cognitive function than the amount of time you sleep, the researchers say. So, if you are tired and not sleeping well, it might be time to seek help with your sleep problems, they add. The researchers say those who address their sleep issues might see improved cognition.

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If you want to take a DIY approach to improving your sleep, it might help to focus on The Sleep Foundation’s four categories of actions it says can induce better slumber. They are:

Creating a sleep-inducing bedroom.

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Optimizing your sleep schedule.

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Crafting a pre-bed-time routine.

Take time to wind down before going to bed -- experts suggest at least 30 minutes. Activities that can help you relax include reading, low-impact stretching or listening to calming music. Lowering the lights and avoiding electronic devices can enhance production of the hormone melatonin, which promotes sleep.

Fostering pro-sleep habits during the day.

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