Many of us are familiar with and have cooked with many of the most commonly used culinary mushrooms such as portabella, white button, and others. Read this soulcybin review.
However, medicinal mushrooms are a class of mushrooms that can be used to flavor enhance recipes. They can be consumed as tea, tinctures, and extracts or in powdered capsules.
These medicinal mushrooms are reishi, agaricus mushroom or agaricusblazei mushroom, maitake mushroom, shitake mushroom and coriolus. There are many more but these are the top-selling.
These medicinal mushrooms are similar to human beings in chemical and genetic structure. Many scientists claim that mushrooms are more genetically similar to humans than almost any other species.
These mushrooms are also known as “medicinal mushrooms”, but they are not magic mushrooms. They have the ability to positively heal, impact, and influence the mind, body and spirit of those who consume them.
Reishi mushrooms are one of the most important healing mushrooms in China. However, it can also be found elsewhere in the world. Reishi mushroom has been called “the mushroom of immortality”, as it can be taken daily as a tonic herb and is useful in prolonging one’s life.
People with HIV and Cancer often use Reishi mushroom (in Asia) to boost their immune systems. Reishi mushroom is believed to be able to reduce inflammation, improve fatigue, cure viral issues, and calm and relax the soul, allowing people to meditate and get in touch with Spirit.
Another one of the most potent medicinal mushrooms is the Maitake mushroom. Maitake is used culinarily as well as medicinally, and is a very powerful source of beta-glucan polysaccharides–potent immune system healing chemicals.
Maitake mushroom is useful in cancer prevention as well as controlling diabetes and high cholesterol. Maitake mushrooms boost the activity levels of the natural killer cell in the body, which aids in removing immune system issues.