Looking for the Best Mushroom Extract for High Blood Pressure? Consider Maitake

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, has been a leading cause of cardiovascular decline in the West for generations. Recently, health treatment options to manage high blood pressure have expanded due to an increase in our understanding of diet, lifestyle, and wellness. Much of our understanding of herbal and mushroom options for health maintenance have been well documented and utilized in the East, with a particular focus on G. frondosa, considered to be the best mushroom extract for high blood pressure.

Grifola frondosa, commonly called maitake, has been shown to be a superior mushroom for treating hypertension in a multitude of studies. Both human and animal studies reflect many cardiovascular benefits, including a decrease in blood pressure after consistent use of maitake for hypertensive individuals. Blood pressure is the measurement of force that is the result of your heart pushing blood against resistance through the arteries to reach the rest of the body. High blood pressure simply means that this pressure, or resistance, on the artery walls is high enough to cause health issues, such as stroke, kidney failure, heart disease, and heart attack.

In addition to lifestyle changes, consider adding the best mushroom extract for high blood pressure to your regimen — namely, Grifola frondosa (maitake) tincture. Keep reading to learn what makes maitake the best mushroom extract for high blood pressure!

Maitake has been shown to be an impressive mushroom for supporting bodily functions related to heart health in many clinical studies. It is an effective treatment for stabilizing blood sugar, hypertension, improving insulin resistance, immune function, controlling diabetes, protecting the liver, lowering cholesterol, and improving digestion (1). Unsurprisingly, many of these symptoms occur as a package. The non-specific, or generalized, effects on our body from mushroom medicine is a property of their fundamental healing capabilities.

Generalized healing is pronounced with maitake, as it works on the entire system. Maitake contains essential compounds that assist with regulating blood pressure, known as SX fraction. This unique glycoprotein counteracts the effects of Syndrome X, or Metabolic Syndrome, which is not one disease, but rather a collection of risk factors — such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and obesity — all of which feed off one another. With its promising results in studies looking at these particular ailments, SX fraction, one of the active compounds in maitake, acts as a counterbalance of Syndrome X.

Synergistic Mushroom Formulas for Serious Cases

Mushroom medicine works against many advanced disease states, and truly shine as preventative and tonic medicine. There are recorded cases of maitake mushroom not being as effective in patients with hardened arteries (2), however research was then conducted on those patients with the addition of other mushrooms with a known affinity for cardiovascular health. They found that the synergistic combination of maitake, reishi, and cordyceps resulted in much more effective treatment against metabolic syndrome, and in turn, high blood pressure. These experiments demonstrate the synergistic power of multi-mushroom, and multi-herb formulas in more advanced states of imbalance and disease. So when looking for the best mushroom extract for high blood pressure, consider using multiple mushrooms together.

At Mushroom Revival, we offer our Mush 10 formula with a total of 10 medicinal mushrooms. For maintenance and overall health, our Mush 10 blend is a potent option.

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Sources

  1. Powell, Martin. Medicinal Mushrooms: A Clinical Guide. United Kingdom, Mycology Press, 2014.
  2. Halpern. Georges M. Healing Mushrooms. Garden City Park, NY, Square One Publishers, 2007.
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