Tremella fuciformis

(White Jelly Mushroom)

Tremella fuciformis

Alpha Extracts Mushrooms
Powders & Extracts

Tremella fuciformis, often resembling a white gelatinous flower, stands apart from typical mushrooms. With its graceful, translucent lobes, this species has been integral to Asian medicine and skincare for millennia. While predominantly found in tropical and subtropical regions, Tremella fuciformis also thrives in temperate areas across Asia, Europe, and North America, as well as various other regions globally.

Known by various names including Shirokikurage/Hakumokuji (Japanese), Bai Mu Er/Yin Er (Chinese), Snow fungus, Snow ear, Silver ear mushroom, White jelly mushroom, and Chrysanthemum Mushroom.

All mushroom powders and extracts are organic, certified according to:

EU, UK, Cosmos Organic Certificate

More about

Tremella fuciformis

Main uses as Mushroom Powder:

  • Rich in polysaccharides, tremella polysaccharide-peptides, proteins, diatary fibers, triterpenoids, squalene, vitamins and minerals, enzymes and natural vitamin D2
  • Lacks mushroom flavor.
  • In cosmetics, it acts as a raw material with moisturizing properties, adaptable for diverse applications.

Main uses as Mushroom Extract:

  • 30% polysaccharide extract: with an ivory color and neutral taste, blends seamlessly into savory, sweet, or spicy dishes, accommodating higher percentages in food formulas.
  • 50% polysaccharide extract: slightly stronger in taste, finds application in food, beverages, and supplements for enhanced therapeutic benefits.

Main uses in Supplement Formulations:

  • Anti-aging properties
  • Antibacterial properties
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Antiviral properties
  • Blood circulation support
  • Bone support
  • Cholesterol level regulation
  • Digestive health support
  • Heart support
  • Immune system support
  • Liver support
  • Memory improvement
  • Mood enhancement
  • Neurological support
  • Osteoporosis prevention
  • Radiation exposure protection
  • Skin health promotion
  • Weight management

Side Effects: Research on potential side effects is lacking.

Interactions: Current research on interactions is limited and relatively unknown.