Pearl of oriental health care: shiitake mushroom
The shiitake mushroom (Lentinus edodes) is truly a culinary delicacy. More than 2,000 years ago, it was already appreciated in many East Asian regions, not least for its exceptionally healthy properties. Shiitake is also called oak mushroom because it is so common on Japanese oak species. The name comes from Japanese: “shii” refers to the “oak” and “take” is Japanese for “mushroom”.
Shiitakes help with short-term fatigue. In this way, they not only add spice to a dish, but also to the consumer, as it were. This wisdom dates back to ancient Japan where shiitake meals were served to get fit again. How does this happen? Shiitake has a high nutritional value, supports the circulatory system and a healthy acid-base balance.
CressanMyco helps control cholesterol
Regular use of shiitake helps maintain normal cholesterol levels. This is one of the reasons why shiitake is now used worldwide.
CressanMyco supports the immune system
It has been known for centuries that shiitake supports the immune system. You can enjoy its immune-supporting influence all year round, and it is an ideal winter tip. If you want to find out how shiitake keeps cells and tissues healthy in this way, it is best to consult a therapist or doctor. Do not use in case of mushroom allergy or autoimmune disease.
Top 3 important applications for this “whole food” freeze-drying shiitake powder:
- support of immune system and circulatory system
- maintenance of normal cholesterol levels
- short-term fatigue