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Chaga and the Pineal Gland

Started by Mystic Wolf May 4. 0 Replies

Chaga https://thirdeyeactivator.com/ingredients/chaga/Chaga mushroom is an immune system adaptogen. The “king of all mushrooms”, Chaga is an alchemic immune system adaptogen and gram for…Continue

5 ESSENTIAL MUSHROOMS FOR YOUR HOME APOTHECARY

Started by SunKat. Last reply by Mystic Wolf Apr 28. 3 Replies

1. Maitake (Grifola frondosa) fruiting bodyMaitake mushroom’s common name comes from the Japanese words for “dance” (mai) and “mushroom”…Continue

SAFFRON MILK CAPS

Started by SunKat Apr 8. 0 Replies

Saffron milkcaps, a crunchy, tasty mushroom that have been enjoyed for millenia. Supposedly milkcaps were one of the first…Continue

SHRIMP OF THE WOODS: ABORTED ENTOLOMA MUSHROOMS

Started by SunKat Apr 8. 0 Replies

The shrimp of the woods! Also known as aborted entolomas-a terrible name for an easily identifiable, edible wild mushroom.I…Continue

LOBSTER MUSHROOMS

Started by SunKat Apr 8. 0 Replies

The story of the lobster is a very interesting one.If you noticed they don’t look like typical stem-cap-gill mushrooms,…Continue

The first people to appreciate the value of the mushroom

Started by Mystic Wolf Mar 5. 0 Replies

The Chinese and the Egyptians were among the first people to appreciate the value of the mushroom. Egyptians associated mushroom with immortality and since they revered their Pharaohs, they included mushroom as a specialty in the diet of the royal…Continue

Mushroom Tea

Started by Mystic Wolf. Last reply by Arachnifauna Mar 5. 1 Reply

The variety of mushrooms that brands typically combine with tea-like Chaga, lion’s mane, and Reishi — are chosen for a reason; they’re considered adaptogens, notes the Chicago Academy of…Continue

Snow Fungus, Silver Ear

Started by Mystic Wolf Jan 17. 0 Replies

Snow Fungus, Silver Ear – Tremella fuciformisHas well-documented blood thinning and cholesterol properties. Prescribed in traditional Chinese medicine for several lung diseases. Anti-tumor, immune-enhancer, reduces blood pressure, reduces…Continue

Shiitake mushroom

Started by Mystic Wolf Jan 17. 0 Replies

Shiitake Mushroom 1-17-2020Shiitakes are also unique for a plant because they contain all eight essential amino acids, along with a type of essential fatty acid called…Continue

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Comment by Mystic Wolf on September 9, 2019 at 8:17pm

Reishi fungi have six species classed as medicinal and its red variety is most commonly used to treat arthritis, fatigue, asthma, insomnia and other ailments.
Health Benefits

Reishi mushrooms contain an abundance of chemicals which our body can use to help balance the immune system. The chemicals contained within the fungus have been used to treat a wide variety of different problems, such as:
Arthritis
ankylosing spondylitis
chronic bronchitis
chronic fatigue syndrome
high blood pressure
high cholesterol
stomach ulcers
herpes pain

People will often turn to reishi mushrooms when other prescribed treatments don’t work.
Reishi mushrooms also prove to be an effective alternative to conventional medications for people that would prefer to take natural products instead of conventional treatments.
Some over the counter pain relievers such as Provailen contains reishi mushrooms.

The main benefit of taking Provailen is that people don’t have to go through a lengthy preparation process in order to consume the mushroom. This can give people that are suffering from arthritis, or those that require an anti-inflammatory quicker relief from pain.

There are also other benefits to gain from Provailen consumption. The ingredients that are contained will also be able to increase the body’s muscle strength, giving users more energy and mobility.

http://www.arthritiscauses.net/reishi-mushrooms-for-pain-relief/

Comment by Mystic Wolf on September 9, 2019 at 8:14pm

The maitake mushroom.
According to the MSKCC herbs website, “The maitake mushroom has traditionally been used in Japan and China as part of the diet and to treat cancer… In laboratory studies, maitake extract was able to stimulate various cells and factors in the immune system. Studies in animals show that it also slows the growth of certain tumors and lowers blood glucose (sugar) levels.”

http://www.benrosen.com/2010/01/maitake-medicinal-mushrooms.html

The maitake mushroom is one of the few of these over-the-counter products where scientific research is underway to test its anticancer effects and its possible strengthening of the immune system. Phase I and II clinical trials are underway at MSKCC. The results so far show only that it’s safe. Whether it has therapeutic benefits will be learned later, in Phase III. But there is already a high level of enthusiasm around the hospital about the possible benefits of maitakes, particularly with respect to its strengthening of the immune system.

Comment by Mystic Wolf on September 9, 2019 at 8:11pm

More than 100 species of medicinal mushrooms are used in Asia. Some of the more commonly used species include Ganoderma lucidum (reishi), Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor (turkey tail), Lentinus edodes (shiitake), and Grifola frondosa (maitake).
Studies have examined the effects of mushrooms on immune response pathways and on direct antitumor mechanisms. The immune effects are mediated through the mushroom's stimulation of innate immune cells, such as monocytes, natural killer cells, and dendritic cells. The activity is generally considered to be caused by the presence of high-molecular-weight polysaccharides in the mushrooms, although other constituents may also be involved. Clinical trials in cancer patients have demonstrated that G. lucidum products are generally well tolerated.[1]

1. Jin X, Ruiz Beguerie J, Sze DM, et al.: Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi mushroom) for cancer treatment. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 6: CD007731, 2012. [PUBMED Abstract]

Comment by jack black on August 25, 2019 at 5:21am

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Comment by Mystic Wolf on August 24, 2019 at 7:05pm

Turkey tail mushroom

Comment by Mystic Wolf on August 24, 2019 at 7:04pm

Comment by Mystic Wolf on August 24, 2019 at 7:02pm

Reishi mushroom

Comment by Mystic Wolf on August 24, 2019 at 7:02pm

 
 
 

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