Why Mushrooms

The mystery behind what makes Alphay products so revolutionary begins at the molecular level. Numerous studies indicate that polysaccharides, triterpenes, amino acids, antioxidants and other molecular substances with “immuno-modulating” properties in mushrooms have a profoundly positive effect on the human body.

This is what places Lingzhi and other edible mushrooms in a nutritional class by themselves. Within the DNA of the mushroom lies its hidden power to act as a vehicle for transcribing then transporting these molecular nutrients in their purest form into the body. With breathtaking precision, the pharmacological properties of Lingzhi combine synergistically to offer a formidable spectrum of benefits that support human health—including revitalizing the body, supporting the immune system, and balancing the mind and emotions. What you have is an exquisite match between Mother Nature and Human Nature.


To achieve great balance, Alphay has harnessed the unique properties of Lingzhi, a one-of-a-kind mushroom revered throughout Chinese history as a symbol of good luck, good health and beauty. Today, we also have the benefit of modern science proving time and time again that the nutrient-dense Lingzhi contains simply astonishing health benefits.

Lingzhi contains rich polysaccharides, adenosine, triterpenoids, Ganoderic acid, proteins and vitamins that promotes healthy cellular growth, vitality and overall immunity. It protects cells from harmful substances, promotes metabolic functions and relieves fatigue. Lingzhi supports healthy cardiovascular function, soothes the nerves and improves sleep quality.


Cordyceps is an extremely rare and precious medicinal herb, known as one of the great treasures in Chinese medicine. It works to supports the immune system, and provides rich nourishment for the lungs and kidneys.

Lion’s Mane

The Lion’s Mane mushroom is known as a precious ingredient in traditional Chinese dishes. Not only is it considered a delicacy, but it also contains rich polysaccharides that can promote digestive health and provide nourishment for the stomach.


The Shiitake mushroom is the second most consumed mushroom in the world. As a nutrient-rich mushroom, it contains polysaccharides that have a prominent effect in supporting the immune system. Shiitake also has profound anti-oxidant properties.


Traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine believes the Maitake mushroom can help regulate balance in the body. This mushroom is rich in zinc, potassium, calcium, manganese, and other minerals and vitamins. Known to support the immune system, this mushroom promotes healthy blood circulation, detoxifies the blood, and relieves fatigue.


The Tremella mushroom was described by the ancient royal family in China as the mushroom that could promote “longevity” because of its rich nutritional value. This prized mushroom supports the spleen and promotes a healthy appetite. It also detoxifies the body and supports a healthy immune system.