Herbal Ally-Mysterious Mushrooms

The Catskill mountains of upstate New York become a haven for magical, mystical, and medicinal mushrooms as the seasons change from summer to autumn. “Toadstool” refers to the multitude of mushrooms that emerge between rains. “Fungi” is the technical term. Fungi are plants. However, they do not have roots or flowers. You can find mushrooms in any witch’s recipe because of their strange and sometimes sexually suggestive shapes, ability to grow (and glow!) in the dark, or psychedelic color. There are many reasons mushrooms should be a regular part of your diet. Is it enough to fight cancer? You can get the best psilocybin capsules in this sites.

It’s true. It’s true. All edible mushrooms, including the ordinary white button mushrooms found in supermarkets, are capable of preventing or reversing cancerous cell changes. We don’t know the reason. Maybe it’s because the fungi find, concentrate, then share with us trace minerals that we need to build strong, healthy immune system. Perhaps it’s their abundance of polysaccharides which seem to be all-round health-promoters. This could be because mushrooms provide a good source of protein, B vitamins and low-calorie sodium. You could also highlight the anti-cancer, antioxidant, and immuno-tumor properties found in the stalks, caps, gills and underground structures (mycelia), of every edible mushrooms.

You should cook your mushrooms. Researchers from the University of Nebraska Medical School found out that mice who ate unlimited amounts of mushrooms (Agaricus bifidus) developed more malignant tumors in their lives than mice who ate the same amount of cooked mushrooms.

August and September bring me joy wherever I go. Whether I’m walking barefoot along vibrant green mosses, or stepping lightly across the deeply-scented fell pine and hemlock nees; whether I climb rocky outcrops covered with ferny whippers or walk through swamps full of mosquitoes; or whether I’m following the streambed and inhaling the aroma of righteous smells; I’m always on the lookout to find my fungi friends.

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