We Love Reishi at Night, Plus a Recipe for Reishi Relaxation Tonic*
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We Love Reishi at Night, Plus a Recipe for Reishi Relaxation Tonic*


Here’s Yet Another Reason We’re Obsessed With This Mushroom: Reishi Relaxation Support*

Remember the days when the occasional nap time wasn’t optional? When you had to take one every day after lunch, no questions asked? Sigh. Those days are far behind most of us now that we’re all grown up! Instead of a midday siesta or prioritizing our eight hours of shuteye each night, too many people push through and focus on productivity instead of rest or even a regular balance.

That’s one reason we love our Reishi relaxation tonic. Supporting normal rest for occasional restlessness is one of the many ways this “mushroom of immortality” may help support your overall health and well-being.*

Get to Know Reishi Mushroom

Reishi mushroom, Ganoderma lucidum, is one of our top 10 mushrooms to support your health.* Known as the Queen of Mushrooms as well as the 10,000-year mushroom, Reishi has been used in China and Japan for over 4,000 years. This mushroom is glossy and comes in six colors, including white, red and brown. You’ll find Reishi’s shiny, thick fruiting bodies on hardwood trees in China and North America, among other locales.

Traditionally and in modern times, Reishi has been used to potentially support heart health as well as immune health.* And, of course, there’s another use for Reishi: relaxation from occasional dailytress!*

Why We Love Reishi: Relaxation Support*

Reishi mushroom is considered to be an adaptogen. It’s part of an elite group of plants and mushrooms used in herbalism to support your body to manage the occasional stress it encounters each day.* That occasional stress can come in many forms: physical, mental, or emotional. Adaptogens, as the name suggests, may help you adapt to that occasional stress.*

In traditional Chinese herbalism, Reishi balances the Shen or the spirit, which helps promote healthy rest.* This mushroom may support you when you want to chill out every now and again, and it may support steady energy if taken over time.* (Reishi is a mushroom that can be taken regularly.)

How to Make A Reishi Relaxation Tonic*

One of our favorite ways to take Reishi is in a Reishi Relaxation Tonic.* This drink is a soothing, tasty way to wind down your day and prepare your mind and body for a night of rest.* The star? Our double-extracted Certified Organic Reishi extract, of course!

Good quality Reishi made with fruiting bodies can be bitter. That’s why this recipe for a Reishi Relaxation Tonic uses creamy oat milk, with a little sweetness from honey or maple syrup and some spice from cardamom or nutmeg. During the day, we like pairing Reishi with chocolate or coffee, but at night this is a lovely caffeine-free alternative.

Serves 1


½ cup water ⅛ teaspoon fresh grated nutmeg or ground cardamom
½ cup oat milk 1 serving Mushroom Revival Reishi Extract
1 teaspoon maple syrup or honey  



In a small saucepan, bring the water and oat milk to a low simmer. Stir in the maple syrup or honey, then add the nutmeg or cardamom.

Remove from heat, pour into a mug, then add a dropper of Reishi extract.

Sit, sip, and savor, as you journal your day or plan tomorrow.

To make this recipe at home, start with our dual-extracted Reishi extract. We use only 100% fruiting bodies, extracted in both hot water and 190-proof alcohol.


*The statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration). The products sold on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information provided by this website or this company is not a substitute for a face-to-face consultation with your physician, and should not be construed as individual medical advice.

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