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Reishi Yogurt Tonic

reishi yogurt tonic recipe
Written by Don Ollsin - Updated: October 23, 2023

Yogurt is loaded with beneficial bacteria to support digestive health and optimize immune function. Well, what if we could up the nourishment factor even more with some potent herbs and adaptogens. This leads us to our newest recipe utilizing our Reishi 415 extract. Keep in mind that this recipe uses reishi, but you can change things up and try a different medicinal mushroom extract to see how it changes the flavor profile. Let's dive in!

Reishi Yogurt Tonic


  • 1 oz organic coconut yogurt
  • 4 oz organic regular yogurt
  • 2 oz organic goats milk
  • 1/2 tsp Reishi 415 extract
  • pinch of cayenne
  • 1/2 tsp kelp powder
  • 5 ml of hawthorn tincture

Directions: Mix all ingredients together till fully mixed and enjoy!!!

Don Ollsin
Grassroots Herbalism is an online community of herbal students, founded by Don Ollsin, Master herbalist and educator since 1972. We offer online webinars for our community and online herbal courses for anyone interested in learning about herbs. Our twelve week Online Herbal Course is an introduction to all of the healing modalities studied and taught by Don for almost five decades. We also offer graduates of this course entrance into our Mentorship Collective and Free Herbal Clinic. We believe in affordable, high quality education, and we believe the world needs more grassroots herbalists.

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