You've heard of the power of mushrooms, their medicinal value and use in ancient cultures. We've put together the top four culinary mushrooms that have medicinal value - Maitake, Shiitake, Lion's Mane, and Oyster.
Maitake is thought to help with high blood pressure, cholesterol, cancer, and diabetes. Shiitake is thought to help protecting against cancer, high cholesterol, and viral infections such as hepatitis C and HPV. Lion's Mane is thought to shrink or stop the growth of tumors, and can help to regenerate the myelin sheath on nerves in the brain, improving cognitive functioning and memory. It's currently being studied as a prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Oyster mushrooms are packed with vitamins and minerals, and antioxidants that can alleviate inflammation, and boost brain health.
* These statements are not evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness, disease, or ailment. We are not providing medical advice.
Mixed Mushrooms (Medicinal Varieties)* are grown A selection of maitake, shiitake, lion's mane, and oyster mushrooms we grow on our farm in Oxford, PA. From our farm right to your market, you can guarantee your mushrooms are fresh. No winding path from farm to packing room to warehouse to distribution hub to grocery store - right from us to you.
A pint of Mixed Mushrooms (Medicinal Varieties)* is about 1 lb, packaged and kept cool in a paper bag. Keep refrigerated for best results, and use within 7 days.
This mix of mushrooms is perfect for a mushroom soup medley. Chop and add to the stock pot with some broth and veggies, and get ready for your house to smell amazing. Add cream for a cream of mushroom soup, vegetables, chicken, orzo, or barley for an endless number of hearty options.
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