Known by many names, Phellinus linteus has also been called “gold of the forest” for its high worth through numerous health applications.

Our dream for the future is to be able to share Phellinus linteus and igniarius extracts with all humankind for their improved health.

Currently we are laying the foundation for a long-term (think in generations!) cultivation and planting project to return medicinal-grade Phellinus linteus and igniarius to the Earth for the next generation.

Now under guidance of expert advisors we use four growing methodologies:

Liquid Culture

Brown Rice Culture

Wood-grown Culture

Bag-grown Culture

Though not currently used in our products, these young fruiting bodies will be our contribution back to nature for generations to come. By returning this precious species to our ecosystem in greater number than ever, we believe it will be the natural immunotherapy medicine of the future.

Currently we are laying the foundation for a long-term cultivation and planting project to return medicinal-grade Phellinus linteus and igniarius to the Earth for future generations to come.

BANGKOK BRANCH

Our Bangkok Branch houses some of our most interesting pieces of Phellinus linteus and Phellinus igniarius mushrooms wild sourced over the years, including some that are carbon-dated to being a century old, and some that weigh as much as 80-90kgs. Many are reused as artist conceptions for stunning carvings after they have been harvested for the active ingredients inside.
In addition to Phellinus linteus and Phellinus igniarius, several dozen other Phellinus species are also categorised and kept here for study.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT LAB

Our research and development lab has been recognised as a world leader in the study and understanding of the incredible Phellinus linteus and igniarius species. In partnership with the Thai-Korea Natural Phellinus Mushroom Research Centre, our R&D team at Amazing Grace are constantly working to uncover new beneficial applications for the super compounds inside Phellinus mushrooms. In addition our lab houses state-of-the-art cultivation facilities that allow for exploration of other exciting medicinal mushrooms like Cordyceps Militaris.