Many of us have heard of and/or baked with probably the most common culinary mushrooms: portabella, white button, etc.
However, there is a whole class of mushrooms called medicinal mushrooms, and these medicinal Magic Mushrooms Dispensary healing mushrooms are not meant for flavor-enhancement, though some of them can be used in recipes. They are often taken in tea form, tinctures and extracts, and in products as powders.
These medicinal mushrooms include reishi mushroom, agaricus mushroom (or agaricus blazei mushroom), maitake, shitake, and coriolus mushroom. There are many others, but these are probably the most popular.
Medicinal mushrooms such as these share much in keeping with human beings in terms of their chemical and ancestral structure. Many scientists say that mushrooms are closer to human beings genetically than almost any other plant.
Given this fact, certain “higher level” mushrooms, categorised as the “medicinal mushrooms” (NOT magic mushrooms! ), can positively heal and impact the body, emotions, mind, and spirit of we humans who consume them.
Reishi mushroom is one of the preeminent healing mushrooms of China (though it can be found in the rest of the world as well). Reishi mushroom is sometimes referred to as “the mushroom of immortality” since it can be taken everyday as a tonic “herb” and it useful in extending life.
Reishi mushroom is frequently used (in the East) as an immune system stimulant by people with HIV and cancer. Reishi is also proposed to help reduce inflammation, help with fatigue, help heal viral issues chemistry, and to help calm and relax the spirit, helping people meditate and connect with Spirit easier.
Maitake mushroom is another one of the very most effective medicinal mushrooms in the world. 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 used in cancer prevention, as well as helping control diabetes and high cholesterol. Maitake improves the activity of the natural killer cells of the body, helping rid the body of immune system problems.
There are several more usual types of medicinal mushrooms, and I’ve written more full descriptions of them in my blog, linked below.
Just one final note, if you are thinking of checking into the healing properties of medicinal mushrooms: invest the them supplementally alongside a Vitamin C source (preferably a natural plant-based Vitamin C source), you can multi the effectiveness of both the medicinal mushrooms AND multi the effectiveness of the Vitamin C! Powerful information for having the best health ever!
Michael Golzmane is a health instructor and online writer about super health and super nutrition, especially through raw and living foods.