*Helps support a healthy mood & stress response & contributes to well-being.
30% Beta Glucans
*Supports cognitive function & memory & promotes nerve health & neuroprotection.
Lion's Mane Mycelium
*Promotes natural energy levels & vitality & supports respiratory function & lung health.
*Aids in maintaining stamina, balanced energy & endurance during physical activities.
*Helps maintain the body's natural defenses & contributes to immune system balance.
a Funguy Blend
As Quality is one of our four core values, Odd Balls must serve a specific function, be all organic, and taste good! That's why we've created our special Funguy Blend of Lion's Mane and Cordyceps functional mushrooms.
This unique blend, mixed with our other organic ingredients, not only ensures Odd Balls taste delicious (no mushroom taste whatsoever), but also provides a boost to your cognitive function, energy, and overall well-being when you need it most.
Our Funguy Blend is specially extracted to ensure the highest quality and potency of the beneficial compounds to fuel both your adventures and long-term well-being*.
These compounds include:
- 30% beta glucans
- 2% erinacines
- 1% cordycepin
- unextracted powders from both mushrooms
We're committed to only using organic ingredients in our food to ensure the highest quality product.
Why organic? Because it's a difference you can both taste and feel.
Aids in maintaining endurance & stamina during physical activities
Promotes natural energy (ATP) levels & vitality
Supports respiratory function & lung health
Helps support a healthy immune system response
Contributes to overall well-being & balanced energy levels
THE FUNGAL PHARMACY, a book by herbalist Robert Rogers, contains references to many other studies regarding the many benefits of Cordyceps mushrooms.
Aids in maintaining focus & mental clarity
Supports cognitive function & memory
Promotes nerve health & neuroprotection
Contributes to overall brain health & well-being
Helps support a healthy mood & stress response
THE FUNGAL PHARMACY, a book by herbalist Robert Rogers, contains references to many other studies regarding the many benefits of Lion's Mane mushrooms.
As we continue to delve into the world of Odd Balls, it's important to understand the science behind our unique Funguy Blend.
Lion's Mane and Cordyceps mushrooms are not just a trendy ingredient; they are backed by research and have been used for centuries for their potential health benefits.
For those interested in learning more about these functional mushrooms, here are some resources that provide detailed information on their health benefits:
Benefits of Cordyceps - Verywell Health
Mushroom Benefits at a Glance - Host Defense
Potential Health Benefits of Lion’s Mane Mushroom - Everyday Health
Lion's Mane Mushroom, Supportive to Brain and Nerve Functions - Superfood Evolution
This Underrated Mushroom Is Packed With Functional Health Benefits - Mind Body Green
The Health Benefits of This Medicinal Mushroom - Verywell Mind
Cordyceps Mushroom Benefits - U.S. News
Lions Mane Mushroom, Stimulates and Improves Brain Function - Superfood Evolution
These resources provide a wealth of information on the potential benefits of Lion's Mane and Cordyceps mushrooms, from supporting brain health to boosting the immune system. As always, we encourage you to do your own research and consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new dietary supplement.
At Odd Balls, we believe in the power of knowledge. By understanding the science behind our ingredients, you can make informed decisions about your health and wellness. And remember, while our energy balls are packed with these beneficial mushrooms, they're also just plain delicious. So here's to good health and good taste!
* The FDA has not evaluated these claims and the information above should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease because only a drug can legally make such a claim as per the FDA website.
Health benefits described above are however supported with numerous studies, of real patients who have had success with functional mushrooms, but they are still not FDA approved. That being said, to receive FDA approval, large scale studies are typically needed. What pharmaceutical company, or any company for that matter, is willing to pay for an expensive study on the health benefits of mushrooms and nuts (both of which can be found in the forest by any individual)? Why study something not likely to be profitable or offer any return on investment?