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Amanita muscaria Although Amanita muscaria classified as poisonous, reports of human deaths resulting from its ingestion are extremely rare. After parboiling—which weakens its toxicity and breaks down the mushroom's psychoactive substances—it is eaten in parts of Europe, Asia, and North America. Amanita muscaria is noted for its hallucinogenic properties, with its main psychoactive constituent being the compound muscimol. To know about Mushroom world attend Mushroom Cultivation Training Mushroom Seed Production Training Mushroom Processing Training Mushroom value added Training in Dr Mohan Mushrooms Dr Mohan Mushrooms conducting MushroomTraining In Chennai Coimbatore Salem Trichy Madurai Nagercoil Tirunelveli Dharmapuri Trivandrum Kollam Cochin Ernakulam Palakad Calicut Bengaluru Hyderabad Vishakapattinam and Vijayawada Visit www.
Lentinus edodes Shiitake mushrooms were originally cultivated on natural oak logs and only grown in Japan but are now available in the United States. These mushrooms are large, black-brown, and have an earthy rich flavor. This fungus is consumed in foods such as stir-fries, soups, and as a meat substitute. Shiitake contains proteins, fats, carbohydrates, soluble fiber, vitamins (A, B, B12, C, D, niacin), and minerals. Commercial preparations often use the powdered mycelium of the mushroom before the cap and stem grow. This preparation is called Lentinus edodes mycelium extract (LEM). LEM is rich in polysaccharides and lignans. Shiitake has been taken by mouth for boosting the immune system, decreasing cholesterol levels, and for anti-aging. Lentinan, derived from shiitake (Lentinus edodes), has been injected as an adjunct treatment for cancer and HIV infection, although currently high quality human scientific evidence is lacking for many proposed indications. Purified lentinan is considered a drug in Japan. To know more about Mushroom world Attend Mushroom Cultivation Training Mushroom Training Mushroom Seed Production Training Coirpith Decomposition Training Coco Peat Production Training Mushroom Processing Training Mushroom Value Added foodTraining and avail Mushroom consultancy service At Dr Mohan Mushrooms . Dr Mohan is a Top Leading Mushroom Consultant in Tamilnadu.Dr Mohan Mushrooms conducting Mushroom Training Mushroom Cultivation Training Mushroom Seed Production Training Mushroom Processing Training Mushroom Value Added Training Coirpith Decomposition Training Coco Peat Production Training and Mushroom Consultancy service In Tamilnadu Chennai Vellore Coimbatore Salem Erode Trichy Tanjure Madurai Nagercoil Tirunelveli Thoothukudi Dharmapuri Krishnagiri Hosur Kerala Trivandrum Kollam Cochin Ernakulam Palakad Calicut Karnataka Bengaluru Mysore Andhrapradesh Hyderabad Vishakapattinam and Vijayawada .Contact Dr Mohan Mushrooms forAll Your Mushroom Needs And Visit www. Dr Mohan Mushroom Producing huge amount of Oyster Mushroom and Milky Mushroom. Dr Mohan Mushroom Inviting Franchise To Open In Tamilnadu Kerala Karnataka And Telugana and Andhrapradesh
1. They have cancer-fighting properties. A 2010 study published in the journal Experimental Biology and Medicine tested five types of mushrooms (maitake, crimini, portabella, oyster and white button) and found that they "significantly suppressed" breast cancer cell growth and reproduction, suggesting "both common and specialty mushrooms may be chemoprotective against breast cancer." Also, shiitake mushrooms contain lentinan, a type of sugar molecule that comes from the shiitake mushroom, according to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, which adds that lentinan may help extend the survival of patients with some cancers when used with chemotherapy. In fact, it has been approved as an adjuvant for stomach cancer in Japan since 1985 since it has anti-tumor effects. "Lentinan does not kill cancer cells directly. Instead, it enhances the immune system, which may aid in slowing the growth of tumors. Lentinan also kills viruses and microbes directly in laboratory studies, " according to the cancer center. Shiitake mushrooms Shiitake mushrooms contain lentinan and beta-glucans, both of which are good for improving your immune system. (Photo: inewsfoto/Shutterstock) 2. Mushrooms are immunity-boosters. We now know that lentinan can boost your immune system, but it has a helper, too. Beta-glucan is a sugar found in the cells walls of fungi (among other plants) that also helps boost your immune system. Lentinan comes from shiitake mushrooms, but beta-glucan is found in many varieties, namely the common button mushrooms. Pink oyster mushroom farm In a 2012 study, pink oyster mushrooms lowered the amount of bad cholesterol in rats with high cholesterol, though more studies are needed to see if the same results are true for humans. (Photo: socrates471/Shutterstock) 3. They help lower cholesterol. In general, mushrooms are cholesterol free, but they're also a good source of chitin and beta-glucan, which are fibers that lower cholesterol. A 2012 study in the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms found that pink oyster mushrooms reduced total cholesterol and LDL ("bad" cholesterol) in hypercholesterolemic rats. Shiitake mushrooms contain a compound that helps the liver process cholesterol and remove it from the blood stream, according to Andrew Weil, M.D., founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. And Josh Axe, D.N.M., a best-selling author and nutritionist, writes that mushrooms "contain potent phytonutrients that help keep cells from sticking to blood vessel walls and forming plague buildup, which maintains healthy blood pressure and improves circulation." Cremini mushrooms Cremini mushrooms are high in vitamin B12, which is important for vegetarians as B12 is most often found in meat, poultry, eggs, fish and dairy. (Photo: Brian Yarvin/Shutterstock) 4. They're high in B and D vitamins. Mushrooms are one of the few food sources for vitamin D, a fat-soluble vitamin that our bodies can make with exposure to sunlight, because growers are exposing their crops to small amounts of ultraviolet light, WebMD reports. Button mushrooms and criminis in particular are high in vitamin D, but criminis are high in another key vitamin, too: vitamin B12, which is key for vegetarians as it's most often found in animal products. B vitamins are important because they convert food into fuel for our bodies, giving us energy; D vitamins are important because they help our bodies absorb calcium and promote bone growth. Reishi mushrooms Reishis are hard, woody mushrooms that have a bitter taste, which is why some people prefer them dried, ground and in tablet form. (Photo: apiguide/Shutterstock) 5. Mushrooms have anti-inflammatory powers. Axe says mushrooms contain a powerful antioxidant called ergothioneine, which helps lower inflammation throughout the body. Weil adds that reishi mushrooms in particular, which have been used medicinally in Asia for thousands of years, also have significant anti-inflammatory effects. Multiple studies have shown that reishi mushrooms have multiple health benefits: They fight disease, lower inflammation, suppress allergic responses, reduce tumor growth and more. Psychedelic mushroom, Psilocybe mexicana Around 200 mushrooms produce psilocybin, which is the naturally occurring compound that makes mushrooms psychedelic. Psilocybe mexicana is believed to be the first mushroom from which psilocybin was extracted in 1959. (Photo: Alan Rockefeller/Wikimedia Commons) 6. 'Magic' mushrooms may help cancer patients. In a pair of separate clinical trials at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and New York University Langone Medical Center, 80 cancer patients suffering from anxiety, depression or a fear of death were given psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic compound found in roughly 200 kinds of mushrooms. About 80 percent of them experienced "an increase in optimism, a feeling of connection with other people and mystical and spiritual experiences. The effects persisted through the six-month follow-up period, " the Washington Post reports. The research, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, suggests that psilocybin might be beneficial for people with depression or post-traumatic stress disorder. 7. They could help fight aging. In a 2017 study, a team of Penn State researchers found that mushrooms have high amounts of two antioxidants, ergothioneine and glutathione, which are both associated with anti-aging properties. "What we found is that, without a doubt, mushrooms are highest dietary source of these two antioxidants taken together, and that some types are really packed with both of them, " said Robert Beelman, professor emeritus of food science and director of the Penn State Center for Plant and Mushroom Products for Health, in a statement. The amounts of the antioxidants vary by species; the winner "by far" was the wild porcini mushroom, researchers said. Raw vs. cooked Mushrooms cooking in a pan Cooking mushrooms breaks down the tough cell walls, making nutrients more easily available to your digestive system. (Photo: Studiovd/Shutterstock) To take advantage of all these health benefits, you really should cook your mushrooms. Here's why: "The cell walls of mushrooms are tough, making it difficult for the digestive system to get to all the nutrients inside them, " Weil writes. In addition, "mushrooms often contain chemical compounds that can interfere with digestion and nutrient absorption. Sufficient cooking breaks down the tough cell walls, inactivates the anti-digestive elements and destroys many toxins, " according to WebMD. A 2017 study from Spain found that the healthiest way to cook mushrooms is to microwave or grill them. Unlike with frying or broiling, microwaving mushrooms causes fewer nutrients to be lost during the cooking process. And even though grilling can cause some nutrient loss, using a little oil in the process adds some antioxidants, the researchers found. Mushroom Training Madurai Mushroom Training Sivakasi Milky Mushroom Training Madurai Mushroom Training Coimbatore
List of Wild Mushrooms as Natural Untapped Treasures 1. Lactarius deliciosus EdibleL. sanguifuulus Edible 2. Russula brevipes Edible 3. Boletus edulis Edible, B. hoarkii Edible 4. Cantharallus cibarius Edible 5.Sparasis S Edible, S. radicata Edible 6. Hericium coralloides Edible 7. Trappeinda himalayansis Edible 8. Albatrellus cristatus Edible 9. Helvella crispa Edible, H. elastic Edible 10. Ramaria bitrytoides Edible 11. Hydnum repandum Edible 12. Volvariella bombycina Edible 13. Morchella angusticeps Edible & Medicinal M. deliciosa Edible & Medicinal M. esculenta Edible & Medicinal M. crassipes Edible & Medicinal M. conica Edible & Medicinal M. tibelica Edible & Medicinal 14. Cordyceps sinensis Edible & Medicinal 15. Termitomyces sp. Edible 16. Lycoperdon pusitum Medicinal 17. Rhizopogon spp. Edible 18 Ganoderma lucidum 19. Ramaria spp. Edible Human beings have been constantly searching for natural products that can improve biological functions and make people healthier, fitter, and to live longer. Wild mushrooms are one of the natural treasures with an established history of use as traditional food and medicinal benefits since antiquity. They comprise a very good untapped source of bioactive components and with the passage of time they have become attractive as a complete functional food. The ethnobotanical data gathered on these wild mushrooms reveal that these can be consumed directly in diet to promote health, having nutritional, medicinal and income benefits. Some well-known wild mushrooms are: Ganoderma lucidum, Cordyceps sinensis, Morchella sp., Halvella sp., Rusulla and Lactarius sp., etc. There is urgent need to unearth the vast treasure of wild mushrooms for their nutraceutical potential. Dr MOHAN MUSHROOM TRAINING Dr Mohan Mushroom offering following training programme ONE DAY TRAINING'S(Registration Fee--Rs-1000/-) 1) Oyster and Milky Mushroom Training 2)King Oyster Mushroom(Pleurotus eryngii)Training 2) Mushroom Post harvest and Processing Training 3)Mushroom Value Added Training 4) Coir pith Decomposition Training ONE DAY SPECIAL TRAINING(Registration FeeRs 1500/) 1) Medicinal Mushroom Ganorema lucidum Training 2)Mediclnal Mushroom Cordyceps militaris Training In all the above One Day Training only theoretical aspects will be covered . No hand on Training in all One Day programmes. FIVE DAYS TRAINING(Registration Fee-Rs-5000/-) 1) Oyster and Milky Mushroom Hand on Training 2) Mushroom Post harvest and Processing Hand on Training 3) Coir pith Decomposition Training 4) Mushroom Spawn Production Training In all Our Five Days Programmes all the activities will be covered in our Hi-Tech lab Practically. TWO DAYS TRAINING(Registration Fee-Rs-2500/-) Button Mushroom Training ( Only Theory) TRAINING KITS On Training day following Training kits will be provided to all Trainees 1-Book 2- Leaflets 3-Note book 4- Pen 5- Refreshment During Training STARTER PACKAGE Starter Package will be provided To all our Trainees on Concessinal rate Mushroom Spawn 2 Pkts ( Each 320 gms) Poly Bags 4 Nos Disinfectant 1 pkt All the above items will be provided @ Rs 50/- on request For further detail contact Dr Mohan Mushrooms(9487076366)