Turkey Tail, Chaga, Cordyceps, Phellinus, Maitake Mushroom Extract, Reishi Mushroom Extract, Shiitake Mushroom Extract. No preservatives, fillers, binders or flavorings.
|Body Weight||Amount Per Day|
|Up To 15 Lbs||1/16 Tsp Per Day (160 Servings)|
|15 To 25 Lbs||1/8 Tsp Per Day (120 Servings)|
|26 To 50 Lbs||1/4 Tsp Per Day (80 Servings)|
|51 To 75 Lbs||1/2 Tsp Per Day (40 Servings)|
|76+ Lbs And Up||1 Tsp Per Day (20 Servings)|
Why are most mushroom products not really mushrooms?
Mushrooms contain a fruiting body (the part of the mushroom you'd recognize) and mycelium, the part that grows underground or inside the plant. Think of the mycelium as the roots of the mushroom. Nearly all mushroom products are mycelium, not the actual mushroom. They're grown in a lab on sterilized grains (such as rice, sorghum or oats) and ground into a powder. If you're buying a mycelium product, you're not getting the beta-glucan rich content of the fruiting body. Beta-gulcans are the active compounds in mushrooms. Fruiting bodies are full spectrum and also offer more vitamins and minerals. You're not getting a real mushroom and your dog is not getting all of the health benefits.
Can I give my dog mushrooms more than once a day?
If your dog doesn't have any health challenges, once a day should be enough. But if your dog is fighting an illness, you can give mushrooms twice daily.