Medicinal Benefits of Mushrooms (Good Health Guide)
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Medicinal Benefits of Mushrooms (Good Health Guide)

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Published by McFarland & Company .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Cooking / Wine

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9876989M
ISBN 10087983417X
ISBN 109780879834173
OCLC/WorldCa234306447

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Medicinal Mushrooms are simply put, mushrooms (fungi) that have medical benefits or healing properties. The general benefits are for: Cancer, Candida, Immune System, Depression, Weight Loss and Diabetes. The Top Chinese Mushrooms are Lions Mane, Turkey Tail, Chaga, Reishi, Cordyceps, Maitake, Shiitake, Agarikon & Poria.   The list of health benefits medicinal mushrooms provide is lengthy (think: brain booster, hormone helper, antioxidant powerhouse). But each mushroom is unique and provides its own distinct health Author: Tiffany La Forge.   Growing up, mushrooms were strange things growing in the garden that I was warned to stay away from. In college, mushrooms were a psychedelic treat that my parents still warned me to stay away from. 😂 Now having reached adulthood, where everyone is drinking mushrooms, to say I was a little confused is an understatement. I remember going to a .   Health benefits of mushrooms. These veggies from the fungi kingdom deliver a long list of powerful perks. For starters, they provide energy-boosting B vitamins, as well as potassium, which.

Medicinal Mushrooms is a modern handbook for exploring and understanding the rich traditions of healing fungi in Eastern and Western cultures. Author Christopher Hobbs thoroughly documents and details the nutritional and health benefits of over species of edible fungi/5. Now try our favourite mushroom recipes and discover more of the health benefits of your favourite ingredients. This article was last reviewed on 8 July by Kerry Torrens. A nutritionist (MBANT) Kerry Torrens is a contributing author to a number of nutritional and cookery publications including BBC Good Food magazine. This is a very comprehensive, easy to use book that explains many health benefits of medicinal mushrooms, a must -read! User Review - Flag as inappropriate. I have read the book and enjoyed the useful information on medicinal mushrooms. Why not a chapter on Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus) touted as King of the Mushrooms? Selected pages.5/5(2).   HFR is happy to present “The Super Shroom Squad,” the healthiest mushrooms around. Here are the Top 10 from Health Fitness Revolution and author of the book ReSYNC Your Life Samir Becic: Reishi- The Heavy Hitter That Does It All (or almost) This species of mushroom looks like a big white and brown flower made of wood.

  Medicinal mushrooms have been traditionally used for protection against infectious diseases and various cancers. These mushrooms have a long history of use for supporting health, particularly in early Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Mexican, and Roman cultures() In fact, in a 5, year-old mummy was discovered carrying birch polypore fungus, which . Among their many benefits, medicinal mushrooms have been shown to restore the competency of the immune system and to improve the outcome for people with a variety of serious illnesses, including cancer, hepatitis, and other conditions where effective nontoxic treatment options are limited. This book describes the most common supplemental.   5 Medicinal Mushrooms You Should Know. These five highly studied medicinal mushrooms are some of the most popular and packed with antioxidants and healing benefits. To decide which single mushroom is right for you Sandra Carter, founder of Om Mushrooms, suggests taking only one type of mushroom at a time to discern its beneficial effects on Author: Donna Sozio.   Each medicinal mushroom family has different medicinal effects. Below is a review of three edible, medicinal mushroom types, and the role they can play in our health. Types of Medicinal Mushrooms, and Their Properties. Chaga. Chaga has been used by traditional cultures for its health benefits, for hundreds of years.