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These are not your typical mushrooms you find from the super market and no, they're not those magical mushrooms either.
They are grown from hardwood sawdust, and they need controlled conditions like lighting, humidity and temperature. This means they are grown year round.
In the wild, these mushrooms grow on decaying tree trunks or logs. They're scientifically known as primary decomposers that are critical in nature's life cycles.
What we ultimately see is the rebirth of life, and we hope you experience that too.
They are too pretty to eat, aren't they? Trust us - they taste even better and also are great for you.
These mushrooms carry a myriad of benefits, both eaten raw and cooked. When cooked they release compounds that are:
Incorporating mushrooms into your diet is a lifestlye in itself. You will reap the benefits the more you eat them. It's like exercising, brushing your teeth, or having enough sleep; you'll see a change for the better.
So not only will you have a fun time trying new recipes, but you will also gain a new perspective and appreciation when eating locally cultivated gourmet, culinary mushrooms.
Thee are a lot of research findings on the benefits of consuming gourmet, culinary mushrooms, so have fun on your search and foraging for more information! To see recipe ideas, check out this list from our blog.
They have powerful anti-inflammatory properties, and can help provide relief from many inflammatory conditions.
They can help regenerate brain cells and can improve memory, clarity, and focus as well as helping with depression and anxiety.
They contain pleuren which has been shown to have immune-modulating properties, containing antiviral and antibacterial effects.
These mushrooms include fibers called beta-glucans which then are broken down to fatty acids to help reduce your cholesteral production.
They have anti-inflammatory properties which can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.
They have a high content of antioxidants which can help inhibit the growth of certain types of cancer.
These products are not intended to cure, diagnose, prevent, or treat any disease or cancer. Information provided is not a substitute for individual medical advice. These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration; however, instead have been researched by scientists and scholars.