7 Medicinal Mushrooms

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(Boletus Edulis)

Health Benefits

  1. Enhances the ability of immune system functions, decrease the oxygen consumption, increase the capacity of hemoglobin. It is also helpful to anticancer and flu.
  2. It is also used as a Chinese medicine. For example, it is the major ingredient of Shujin Wan, which is reputed to stimulate blood circulation and to relax the muscles and joints.
  3. Contains niacin, potassium, selenium, and protein.


(Ganoderma lucidum )

Health Benefits

  1. The Reishi mushroom also known as Ling Zhi or Ganoderma lucidum strong anti-inflammatory principles, increased immune function, mental clarity, fatigue, frequent infections, liver disease, skin disorder.
  2. Helps Defend Against Tumor Growth and Cancer
  3. Improves Liver Function and Detoxification
  4. Promotes Heart Health and Balances Blood Pressure
  5. Helps Balance Hormones and Fight Diabetes
  6. Fights Allergies and Asthma
  7. Reduces Risk for Infections and Viruses


(Lentinula edodes)

Shiitake mushrooms contain many chemical compounds that protect your DNA from oxidative damage, which is partly why they’re so beneficial. Lentinan, for example, heals chromosome damage caused by anticancer treatments. Eritadenine substances help reduce cholesterol levels and support cardiovascular health. Researchers at Shizuoka University in Japan found that eritadenine supplementation significantly decreased plasma cholesterol concentration.

Health Benefits

  1. Helps Fight Obesity
  2. Support Immune Function
  3. Destroy Cancer Cells
  4. Support Cardiovascular Health
  5. Contain Antimicrobial Properties
  6. Boost Energy and Brain Function
  7. Provide Vitamin D
  8. Promote Skin Health


(Grifola frondosa)

Maitake contains important polysaccharides which help to enhance the activity of certain immune system cells, such as T cells, B cells, macrophages, and natural killer cells. Ultimately, polysaccharides from the maitake mushroom act as immune system regulators.

Health Benefits

  1. It prevents Cancer
  2. It acts as Antioxidants in the body
  3. Improves the Immune System of the body
  4. It prevents Diabetes
  5. It’s an excellent source of Vitamin D


(Ophiocordyceps sinensis)

The name cordyceps actually describes a genus of fungi that includes more than 400 unique species of parasitic types. Fungi are essential parts of many ecosystems, but this particular genus also has a great deal of importance for people, as it has been traditionally used in herbal medicine for centuries. These “club head” mushrooms have a wide range of chemical components and compounds that make them particularly valuable in traditional medicine, as they are globally available and relatively inexpensive.

Health Benefits

  1. It’s an Energy Booster
  2. It Detoxify the Body
  3. Has Anti-Aging Properties
  4. Immune System Booster
  5. Respiratory Function
  6. Reduces Cholesterol Levels
  7. Improves Heart Health
  8. Cancer Prevention
  9. Sexual Dysfunction


(Hericium erinaceus)

Lion’s Mane mushroom is definitely an historical Chinese medicine that’s developing a powerful following in the world of modern smart drugs. Its capability to boost all round cognitive function, confirmed neuroprotective capacity, and linked to the manufacture of NGF, or Nerve Growth Factor, are responsible for Lion’s Mane probably the most guaranteeing as well as well-known natural nootropics

It was typically recommended as a general restorative, its effect on the brain happens to be recognized as well as historical physicians used it to deal with what we would now call neurodegenerative illnesses.

Recently the substantial nootropic capabilities of Lion’s Mane have come to the fore, sparked in large part by the discovery of the connection to NGF, a protein which is essential for the survival and function of nerve cells.

Health Benefits

  1. Improves Cognitive Function
  2. Enhances Immune System
  3. Enhanced Memory And Brain Function
  4. Good for Diabetes
  5. Treats peptic or gastric ulcers
  6. Provides Neuroprotective Effect
  7. Anticancer activity
  8. Prevents atherosclerosis
  9. Lowers High Cholesterol
  10. Promotes digestion
  11. Reduces depression and anxiety
  12. Protects the liver
  13. Repairs myelin sheaths
  14. Reduces fatigue


(Trametes versicolor)

It’s been used as early as the 15th century during the Ming Dynasty in China. The Japanese, who reference it as kawaritake or “cloud mushrooms” due to an image of swirling clouds, have been well aware of the benefits of this super, power-filled mushroom, with researchers noting its health benefits, particularly in boosting the immune system. In fact, the cloud-like image symbolizes “longevity and health, spiritual attunement and infinity” to these Asian cultures.

Health Benefits

  1. Prevents and Treats the Common Cold and Flu
  2. Can Offer Support to Chemo Patients
  3. May Combat Breast Cancer
  4. Helps Treat Human Papilloma Virus
  5. Aids in Digestion
  6. May Help Patients with HIV/AIDS
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