What Is Nootrum?
We rated nootrum the best mushroom supplement
Nootrum Mushroom capsules are actually really good, this is
the first time we’ve said this about a mushroom supplement. Most of the studies
show that you need grams of the stuff and a single capsule only holds one gram
meaning that most simply can’t handle the size that you need. Interestingly
Nootrum has two viable options to solve this problem.
The first is that Nootrum Powder simply bypasses that and
does in fact offer you the dosages required for it’s various mushrooms to be
effective, but even their capsules are actually good.
That’s because they use
Where they isolate the relevant extracts and get rid of the
rest making them 10 times more densely packed than the others we’ve reviewed.
Their process for this is patented, that doesn’t mean that
someone else can’t do something similar in the future, but as it stands this is
the only company doing it to this standard and seeing as they publish their 3rd
party certification, again this is all good.
The extracts are a variety of terpenoids, phenolics, glucans, and lectins.
Which is going to all get a bit complicated when we get to the ingredients
section, but in short they’re good for immunity and brain function.
With a lot
of them having been shown to improve focus, memory and overall clarity.
We did give them a go for 6 weeks and the 3 product testers
we gave them to, who are used to testing nootropics did say they’re the only
mushrooms that have really compared to other brain boosters that we’ve
previously scored highly on EASNA.
So in short, if you’re looking for a mushroom supplement,
Nootrum is probably the way to go.
Customers Reviews of Nootrum Mushrooms
There’s not a lot of these at the time of writing, but the
ones we could find that look legitimate (and we could only find 2) one on a
nootropic forum and one on reddit. But, they were positive, they were both from
well aged accounts that had previously answered a lot of questions on the topic.
The accounts in question were answering some newer members who wanted to know
if they were any good. And both rated Nootrum well and said they do use them.
It's also worth noting we did find some other reviews, but
they weren’t from well aged accounts so we can’t verify that they were in fact
As for our personal tests, all 3 testers noted improved focus
and concentration and scored higher on our memory game tests after 6 weeks than
they did at the start. Whilst this can only be seen as anecdotal due to the
sample size. It’s still a good result for the supplement.
Lions Mane – Lions mane contains polysaccharides that help
boost the immune system's response to infections and illnesses and has
been shown to promote the production of nerve growth factor. The extract
in Nootrum focuses in on these compounds and is standardized to have as much as
4 grams of actual lions mane. 
Reishi – Reishi is again an immune booster, but it’s also
an adaptogen, similar to extracts like those in ashwagandha it’s able to
improve mood and lower stress by helping the body purge excess cortisol. Reishi also contains Beta Glucans and we'll come on to what they do after we break down shitake as that also contains a lot of these. 
Cordyceps - Cordyceps is known for its potential to improve oxygen utilization, which can lead to enhanced endurance and reduced fatigue, it also contains compounds that can modulate the immune system. On top of that it seems to be able to improve energy and may help regulate blood sugar, making it a good inclusion especially at an extract density equivilant to 3 grams as found in nootrum. 
Turkey Tail -
tail is perhaps best known for its immune-boosting properties. It contains
polysaccharides that are particularly effect for this, but it’s also pretty
good for gut health and there’s some initial research that suggests it can have
a notable effect on improving liver health and detoxification. 
Shiitake - As we mentione shiitake contains a lot of beta glucans, but also one of its peholics is also good for skin health by reducing the signs of aging and improving skin texture and elasticity. 
Beta Glucans - Beta-glucans are well-known for their ability to modulate the immune system. They can enhance the activity of immune cells like macrophages and neutrophils, helping the body defend against infections and diseases. And on top of that the Beta-glucans in Nootrum can help lower LDL cholesterol levels, which are often referred to as "bad" cholesterol. By binding to cholesterol in the digestive tract expelling it. There's also some suggestion they can help with allergies and weight management, but the research is still early. [6,7]
Nootrum Review Conclusion
Nootrum is good. If you're interested in trying a mushroom supplement this is the one to get. It very much ticks all the boxes we'd expect for immunity and mental energy. It's an effective nootropic, a good immunity booster and overall we can't find anything wrong with it.
Nootrum is a little bit more expensive than some of the competitors, but not by a long way. So in short, we recommend Nootrum.
1 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5987239/
2 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK92757/
3 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3909570/
4 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6889544/
5 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6302894/
6 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7770584/
7 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31960663/