Mushroom Magic – Now Official
It is amazing to think that certain types of soulcybin review can have miraculous health benefits. Research done by Min Zhang (School of Population Health at University of Western Australia) on the benefits of eating mushrooms to women in China shows that they do.
Zhang from Zhejiang University, China and The University of Western Australia conducted joint research and found that drinking green tea and mushrooms may help protect against breast cancer. Zhang said that breast cancer was the most widespread type of cancer among women in the world and that its incidence was rising in both developed countries and developing ones. The incidence of cancer was significantly lower in China than it is in other developed countries. The study sought to find out if this was due to the traditional Chinese diet that includes fresh and dried mushrooms as well as green leaf tea. The anti-carcinogenic effects of mushrooms, mushroom extracts, green tea and green tea were believed to boost immune responsiveness against breast carcinoma.
It was recorded that 2,000 women between 20 and 87 years old in relatively wealthy southeast China ate mushrooms and green tea. Half of the women had been found to be healthy, and all the rest had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Interview revealed that fresh white button mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) and fragrant dried mushroom Lentinula Edodes were the most common types of mushrooms. While some women did not consume green tea or mushrooms, others had both.
The study found that green tea and mushrooms combined with green tea had a lower risk of breast cancer. It also had a reduced chance of malignance. Zhang concluded that a low-cost intervention in diet may be able to protect against the development of breast cancer, if further research confirms this conclusion.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. W. J. Sinden and Lambert Laboratories’ Dr. E. D. Lambert presented their first research results on the medicinal properties of Agaricus blazei. They were able to draw the attention of the medical profession to this mushroom. The mushroom was used to treat skin cancer by Ronald Reagan, the former president of the United States. This helped spread Agaricus Blazei.