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From supporting the immune system to boosting brain function, medicinal mushroom benefits are plentiful. However, what’s so interesting about medicinal mushrooms is that each type is unique in what it offers. Here we’ll share a guide to the different mushroom powders offered by Mountainlife and their amazing health benefits…
Wrapping up 2020 with a quick run down of our achievements and launches this year. Plus a sneak preview of what's in the pipeline at Mountainlife for 2021.
Interested in the health benefits of blackcurrant powder? You’ve certainly come to the right place! We’re pretty big fans of blackcurrants here at Mountainlife. Not only do they taste delicious but they’re also packed full of healthy nutrients to supercharge our bodies and help us feel our very best.
Join us as we uncover the history of the small yet mighty berry and delve deeper into some of its unique health benefits.
Winter is coming and with it, a whole host of complications. From asthma and allergies to cold, flu and inflamed joints, the season can take its toll on the human body. But it’s not something we necessarily have to endure. Here we’ll discuss the health benefits of Shilajit and how it can support our bodies through the winter months.
With winter fast approaching, now’s the time to step up your skincare routine and take better care of your hair. Luckily for you, we’ve got the perfect product to give you a much-needed boost during the colder months - Sea Buckthorn oil. Here we’ll share the secrets of the ‘holy fruit’ and reveal the top 5 Sea Buckthorn oil benefits for skin and hair.
Move over coconut oil, it’s time for a better oil to take the limelight. Let us introduce you to Siberian Pine Nut Oil, a delicious golden oil with a plethora of health benefits to its name. And don’t worry, it’s not another fad. This oil has thousands of years of medical use under its belt, not to mention promising results from modern scientific studies. Read on to find out more...
Bee Pollen is the superfood everyone’s talking about. Packed full of natural antioxidants and over 250 different nutrients, it’s no surprise that it bears a whole host of health benefits for the human body.
But what makes it so special? Join us as we uncover its nutritional value and examine some of the key benefits. We’ll also share some of our favourite bee pollen recipes for you to try at home!
Shilajit is an age-old healing remedy that has been around for thousands of years. Containing over 85 vital minerals and trace elements, it offers a plethora of health benefits. Its use stems from Ayurvedic medicine - a practice that is not officially accepted as a licensed form of medicine in the West. However, that’s not to say that Shilajit benefits aren’t valid. In fact, many modern studies support Ayurvedic uses of Shilajit.
Here at Mountainlife, we value the powers of traditional medicine, like Shilajit and can vouch for its benefits. At the same time, we understand that for some, it’s all about the science. With this in mind, we’ve put together a post featuring some of the key Shilajit study findings that have been published in various medical journals over the years. Read on to find out more...
For centuries, Chaga Mushrooms have been used in Siberia and other parts of Asia for the immunity-boosting and overall health benefits they provide. More recently, they’ve gained attention in the Western world, with people seeking alternative ways to boost their health with medicinal mushrooms. However, their ugly appearance can be somewhat off-putting. Hence the need for a more ‘friendly’ looking supplement - Chaga Mushroom powder, delivering the same level of goodness but in a much more accessible form.
Here we will provide a full introduction to Chaga Mushroom Powder as a health supplement, detailing its uses, benefits and any potential side effects.
Bee bread contains pollen, nectar and honey. Its exact composition varies depending on the plants the bees have foraged from.
Often confused with ‘bee pollen,’ bee bread is a fermented version, which is regarded as having a higher nutritional value. It is the bee's saliva, containing a vast range of probiotic bacteria and yeast, which kicks off the fermentation process and increases the bioavailability of the superfood.
Over the years, many studies have examined bee bread benefits and found promising results. Here are some of the key findings...
When it comes to buying pure Shilajit online it can be a bit of a minefield. With so many different sellers offering various resins, powders and capsules, it’s difficult to know which brand Shilajit is best. Luckily for you, we’ve put together a few tips to help you make a sound purchase.
Marine Phytoplankton ‘the jewel of the ocean’ - with a title like that you know it has to be something special.
Ethically sourced from the depths of our hidden oceans, the light green mineral-rich algae is one of the most nutritious superfoods on the planet. Read on to explore the many Marine Phytoplankton benefits for humans and our animal friends.
Colostrum powder is fast becoming one of the most popular dietary supplements. Often dubbed ‘liquid gold,’ it’s incredibly nutritious and contains a vast amount of antibodies, to help fight bacteria and infection. But what exactly is it? And where does colostrum powder come from?
Here we’ll answer all of the important questions and reveal the top 5 bovine colostrum powder benefits...
Shilajit has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat a plethora of health conditions but does it really have the power to fight against Coronavirus? Join us as we uncover key Shilajit immune system benefits and explore its antiviral potential.
While there’s currently a lot of hype (and rightly so) around Rosehip Oil for skin, you may be interested to hear that Rosehip Oil uses date back to Ancient Times. Yes, everyone from the Egyptians, Romans, Mayans and Native Americans were using Rosehip seed oil for its natural healing powers!
But what exactly gives it this super skincare status? Join us as we delve into its make-up and uncover the key Rosehip Oil benefits for skin…
Pine pollen benefits stretch far and wide. Truth is, it’s one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can put in your body. A staple in ancient Chinese medicine, it has long been used to treat several common conditions, including hormone imbalances and inflammatory diseases, like Arthritis.
Our wild mountain pine pollen is supercharged with over 250 types of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, coenzymes and antioxidants. Join us as we uncover its plethora of health benefits.