The Benefits of CBDfx Focus Mushroom: Energy Blend Drops
It’s hard to beat the wellness power of CBD, due to its beneficial effects on the body’s endocannabinoid system. Mushrooms can also have multiple positive effects on the body, including adaptogenic (stress relief) and nootropic (brain function) benefits. Our blend of CBD, mushrooms, and terpenes also gives you a blast of energy and focus.
Cannabidiol (CBD) interacts with the endocannabinoid system, helping the body to maintain homeostasis in several crucial systems and organs. Lion’s mane, cordyceps, and chaga can have beneficial effects on the neurological system.
Energy and Focus
Cordyceps mushrooms give you a boost of natural energy, without the jitters of caffeine. In addition, CBD can settle the mind and help you to better focus your thoughts.
Chaga mushrooms have been used for centuries to help boost the immune system. CBD has anti-inflammatory properties, as well, which can also help with immunity.
Lion’s mane, cordyceps, and chaga are all adaptogenic mushrooms that help the body to deal with stress.
What Are Cordyceps Mushrooms?
Cordyceps sinensis (cordyceps) has been linked to stress reduction on the body, increasing resistance to stress-inducing activity. This mushroom is also considered a nootropic supplement due to its positive effects on the neurological system. Cordyceps mushrooms are often taken for a boost of energy (some even take it for libido). This mushroom is great for athletes and anyone looking to ease stress-related wear and tear on the body.
What Are Chaga Mushrooms?
Inonotus obliquus (chaga) has been taken for centuries to help with immunity and overall health. This mushroom gets its nickname, chaga, from a medieval Russian prince, who took it to treat his lip (gaga) cancer. While we don’t make any claims about the use of chaga for such a serious disease, we can tell you it’s commonly used for immune response. Chaga is also considered to be a nootropic mushroom, due to its positive effects on brain function.
What Are Lion’s Mane Mushrooms?
The bushy, thorny spines of Hericium erinaceus are responsible for this mushroom’s ferocious nickname, lion’s mane. This mushroom has traditionally been taken for its adaptogenic benefits, helping the body to regulate stress and inflammation. Lion’s mane is also considered to have the greatest nootropic effects of all mushrooms.