Benefits of Mushrooms

The Red Reishi Mushroom

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The Red Reishi Mushroom

RED REISHI MUSHROOM Although most people in the western hemisphere are currently hearing about it, medicinal mushrooms have been used for medical purposes for thousands of years in eastern world cultures. There are over 150 different medicinal mushrooms, but only a handful have been researched to date, thus only a few are currently used as natural health remedies. As you already know, at Mother Earth Mushrooms we are all about the wellness lifestyle. Our blog is where we share information, resources and the latest research about medicinal  mushrooms. Today we will discuss Red Reishi, which is one of the most...

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The Cordyceps Mushroom

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The Cordyceps Mushroom

CORDYCEPS MUSHROOM   The medicinal use of Cordyceps sinensis has been reported in the relief of different condition including “Himalayan Viagra” or “Himalayan Gold” given its broad clinical and commercial usefulness (Devkota 2006).   Cordyceps has been found mainly in North America, Europe and Asia (Panda and Swain 2011). In India, it is prominently found in subalpine regions of grassy lands of Himalayas commonly known as “Keera Ghas”.   Cordyceps has been included as one of the growing numbers of fungal traditional Chinese medicine used as cures for modern diseases with many products available commercially. Due to recent advancements in...

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Why Mushrooms

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Why Mushrooms
I was so surprised when I learned that the “mushroom” (the part we see) is only the fruiting body of it. What goes down under the soil can be best described as a “world of communication between mushrooms, bacteria, trees, and all living organisms”.

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The Turkey Tail Mushroom

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The Turkey Tail Mushroom

Turkey Tail Mushroom Hi MEM Community!   I just made myself a delicious cup of tea with our Organic Turkey Tail Tincture and I think it’s about time I share with you the amazing properties of this super-abundant colorful medicinal mushroom.   But just to recap…   Thus far, we’ve covered a few other mushrooms including Reishi, which is known to power up immunity and promote healthy aging and lion’s mane is especially known to boost mental energy. History and research show us that these medicinal mushrooms have fantastic claims to fame, both in the past realms of traditional healing...

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The Chaga Mushroom

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The Chaga Mushroom

CHAGA MUSHROOM   Medicinal mushrooms have been used to make tea in folk medicine for many years. Most recently, herbal tea has seen a popular increase as people take new interest in the health benefits herbal teas and medicinal mushrooms have to offer.     Chaga mushroom scientifically known as Inonotus obliquus grows on birch trees in relatively cold climates like Canada and Siberia, parts of Europe, and even in some northern United States areas. It’s a strain of mushroom, but it’s not your traditional cap and stem shroom. This little treasure looks like a scorched, splintered lump, and it has...

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