The Benefits in Mushrooms; More than just a fungus

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 Mushrooms contain some of the most powerful natural medicines on the planet!

More commonly, they can help improve your immune system during cold and flu season.

Many medicinal mushrooms have strong anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal properties.

They have been known to help slow your aging, improve your blood flow, assist in cardiovascular health, stabilize blood sugar, an even increase your over all performance.

Different types of mushrooms can provide a variety of benefits:

Shiitake has been used to treat stomach and other cancers due to its antitumor properties. It has been found to protect your liver, relieve other stomach ailments like gallstones, ulcers and can help anemic patients.

Reishi is known as “spirit plant” its been called the “Mushroom of Immortality.” The name may say it all. Reishi has been used medicinally in Asia for thousands of years. It has been used to treat lung cancer, leukemia and many other cancers. This is one of the most medicinal mushrooms scientist have discovered.

Cordyceps also called caterpillar fungus or Tochukasu, is commonly used among athletes because its properties help increases strength and endurance. It also has anti-aging effects. Keeping you looking young.

Turkey Tail also known as “cloud mushroom” holds a strong weapon against cancer. Making it a big research target for many scientist to help eliminate cancer causing compounds.

Fungi it up!

Mushrooms are great in anything, they adapt to the taste you want so you can pretty much include them in any dish. Give this beneficial fungus a try!

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