How M4L Began

In April of 2018, my best friend told me his good friend had developed Stage 4 bone cancer and auto-immune disease. Shocked about the news especially knowing how fast he became sick and how young he was. At the time, I was in back to back English class, so I had time to do research and write papers for class, but during my research I an alternative for him; turkey tail mushrooms. After months of extensive research on this mushroom and reading its wonderful benefits, I called his wife, but she did not answer. She called my best friend a week later, and that’s when I learned her husband had passed. I was sad, upset and felt helpless that I couldn’t or didn’t tell him about this medicinal mushroom. I than become obsessed with mushrooms; foraging, spore prints, learning about different fungi, and their medicinal properties. I’ve always loved the woods, and mushrooms become a new HUNT when I went for hikes. Months later, I decided I wanted to find the best mushroom extracts to start my own company, now Mycology4Life. I was still in school at the time just finishing my last few months when I meet my partner and everything started to fall into place, and here we are today selling the best medicinal mushroom extracts. We are still learning every day about the amazing medicinal benefits of mushrooms, and are passionate about helping others and boosting their immune systems. ~Brooke Glasson

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Spring, 2019 Sarasota, FL

2 thoughts on “How M4L Began

  1. Amazing Brooke! So excited for you! Visit (if you haven’t already) the market in San Fran. They have a whole mushroom booth. This is all so my jam! I look forward to watching you help others with this new endeavor!

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