Like to hear if anyone is experimenting with these lately?? I do know medicinal mushrooms have tremendous benefits, and am wondering if it might not be a helpful addition... especially mixed with psyllium seed powder.
My latest craze is mixing psyllium seed with various ingredients, powdered freeze dried blueberries chief among them (all together in a processor to make a homogenized powder), but sometimes also garlic powder, electrolytes, and even potato starch.
My rationale is that the psyllium slows motility (spends more time in the colon), is beneficial in cultivating correct, fermentation-encouraging bacteria there, and seems to "cling" to whatever you mix and drink it with; mix it with wheatgrass powder and you poo green, "formed" stool, mix with blueberry and you poo blue, etc... So the "glueing" properties of the psyllium seem to retain what you mix all the way through the tract at least to some extent, and I can't help but wonder if a medicinal mushroom powder wouldn't be a good addition.
I additionally thought that mixing in a good probiotic (can be hit and miss per individual) would be smart- and recently posted a query about this asking whether anyone had good info on what bacteria we are generally, across the board, low in... Of course I got no response, rather just static.
Anyway, without this concoction once or twice daily I go south asap- I think this is a really valuable tool, but I guess I haven't relayed that clearly enough to get others experimenting. Theres something to it though. Psyllium seed is well known, but the combination of it and other ingredients is, I think, a potentially very very useful tool that is not being utilized.