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    Ezekiel HartwickEzekiel Hartwick

    <br>Your coffee in china, or wait a second, shipping facility is already invented and available, so, do not be astonished if your coffee in Jamaica, Canada and in the United States Of America would taste organic, because it can have mushrooms in it. The lingzhi mushroom or reishi mushroom which literally means ” the supernatural mushroom” encompasses several fungal species of the genus Ganoderma, and most commonly refers to the closely related species, Ganoderma lucidum and Ganoderma tsugae. The mushroom enjoys special veneration in East Asia, where it has been used as a medicinal mushroom in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years, making it one of the oldest mushrooms known to have been used medicinally. Because of its presumed health benefits and apparent absence of side-effects, it has attained a reputation in the East as the ultimate herbal substance and is also listed in the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia and Therapeutic Compendium for the same.<br>
    <br>Ganoderma lucidum produces a group of triterpenes, called ganoderic acids, which have a molecular structure similar to steroid hormones. It may possess anti-tumor, immuno-modulatory and immunotherapeutic activities, supported by studies on polysaccharides, terpenes, and other bioactive compounds isolated from fruiting bodies and mycelia of this fungus. It has also been found to inhibit platelet aggregation, and to lower blood, cholesterol, and blood sugar. Laboratory studies have shown anti-neoplastic effects of fungal extracts or isolated compounds against some types of cancer, including epithelial ovarian cancer. In an animal model, Ganoderma has been reported to prevent cancer metastasis, with potency comparable to Lentinan from Shiitake mushrooms. Although it would be totally different news if it was tested on humans as well, the process is risky as the person diagnosed with cancer would not want to take any further risks. Additional studies indicate that ganoderic acid can help to strengthen the liver against liver injury by viruses and other toxic agents in mice, suggesting a potential benefit of this compound in the prevention of liver diseases in humans, because the heart and other organs of mice are in a similar structure in comparison of that of a human and if it is proved effective on mice it can be proved effective on humans as well although estimating the quantity is the only task that researchers would have to go through. Besides effects on mammalian physiology, Ganoderma is reported to have anti-bacterial and anti-viral activities. Due to its bitter taste, it is traditionally prepared as a hot water extract or like mentioned earlier your coffee as coffee’s are usually bitter in taste the addition of this anti-bacterial herb would only make it healthier and camouflage its flavour into the coffee’s bitterness. All that milk, sugar and caffeine could get you away from coffee, but with this new invention, there are sure to be more coffee lovers in the mentioned countries and rather healthier people as well.<br>
    <br>You’re probably familiar with the shiitake mushroom. This fungus is edible, tasty, used in many dishes, and easy to find in your local grocery store. In this article, we’ll explore the main health benefits of shiitake mushrooms and discuss how you can work this fungus into your wellness regimen, either by cooking with it, taking a capsule, or using a mushroom powder. But before we get there, let’s look at what shiitake mushrooms are and where and how they grow. What Are Shiitake Mushrooms? Scientifically known by the name Lentinus edodes or Lentinula edodes, shiitake mushrooms are tan or brown and typically measure two to four inches in diameter. They boast the typical umbrella shape that comes to mind when we think of mushrooms, unlike more unusual-looking mushrooms such as Cordyceps or Chaga. Grown on hardwoods in East Asia, with over 83 percent produced in Japan, shiitake spores thrive when they land on dead or fallen trees or limbs. Found wild or farmed, they build a hidden mycelial network that creates fruiting bodies, the above-ground part of the mushroom that we forage and eat.<br>
    <br>Aside from being delicious, shiitake mushrooms are packed full of vitamins and nutrients essential for your body. These mushrooms are unique in containing linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid) and all eight essential amino acids. They are among the few foods (including many fish) that contain natural vitamin D (primarily vitamin D2 or ergocalciferol). 563 With these beneficial nutrients, it’s no wonder the shiitake mushroom has a history of use in herbalism. Shiitake mushrooms were called “an elixir of life” in Chinese historical writings and were cultivated in central China during the 12th century. In recent studies, dried shiitake and shiitake mushroom extract had agents that support immune health, skin health, and more. Often consumers wonder whether they should choose powdered mushrooms or tinctures. While both have many benefits, powders tend to be more bioavailable and concentrated. The active compounds discovered in mushrooms have prompted studies and further research into their possible health benefits. This is primarily due to the polysaccharides called beta-glucans.<br>
    <br>Additionally, it’s important to remember that a healthy immune system is closely related to gut health. These mushrooms are naturally low in sodium and free of saturated fats. In case you beloved this informative article along with you wish to acquire more details relating to manufacturer of shiitake mushroom extract powder for drink Ingredients kindly check out the web-page. One study found that powdered shiitake could support healthy blood pressure. 566 Another study in rats fed a high-fat diet showed that shiitake combatted fatty liver and arterial plaque when consumed in five to 20 percent doses. 567 More research and clinical trials are the next step to verify these claims. While these are edible mushrooms, shiitake dermatitis is a dermal (skin) reaction that appears as red lines or scratches and develops from eating raw shiitake mushrooms. It is a toxic reaction to lentinan (a polysaccharide isolated from the body of shiitake), which decomposes when heated. 566 Always cook your raw mushrooms before eating. Before using any herbal supplement, you should consult your doctor, especially if you are already taking medications or have a medical condition. Shiitake mushrooms can be an allergen.<br>

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