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Reishi "King of the Shrooms"
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Turkey Tails Like a Painting
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Mushrooms strengthen your immune system because they are rich in protein, fiber, vitamin C, B vitamins, calcium, and other minerals.

Mushrooms make up a large part of the fabric of the earth. According to Paul Stamets, one of the world's leading authorities on the health benefits of mushrooms, one cubic inch of soil can contain eight miles of mycelium.
Mushrooms also contain powerful compounds called beta-glucans, which have been long known for their immune enhancing properties. The beta-glucans in medicinal mushrooms (especially Reishi, Shiitake, and Maitake) are notable for their ability to activate/modulate your immune system.

Beta-glucan enhances immunity through a variety of mechanisms, many of which are similar to those of echinacea or astragalus root. For example, it binds to macrophages and other scavenger white blood cells, activating their anti-infection activities. Numerous studies support this.

TURKEY TAIL & USNEA

¨  Strong antioxidant, strengthens the immune system, increases energy, pain reliever, combats respiratory & liver aliments, poor digestion, urinary infection, inflammation, helps regenerate bone marrow, targets chronic illnesses, including cancers.

¨  Usnea: is a Lichen;  helpful with chronic fatigue, HIV, herpes, specific for strep & staph, cellulitis, infected wounds.  It’s antibiotic properties are most effective to the respiratory & urinary system


Lions Mane Supreme for Nerves Repair
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Awesome Edible & Medicinal Mushrooms

Helping a team from ASAN Prepare Shitake Logs for Small Farm in AL.  

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An Array of the Oyster Mushrooms
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Another Spray of Oysters in Meadow Creek
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Underneath
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Large Taupe Oyster Mushroom
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The Summer Yield of Honey Mushrooms
Morels One of the First Signs of Spring
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