Oyster mushroom

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The therapeutic effect of the oyster mushroom was discovered by the Chinese where even today it is greatly used when dried or as a powder, and the Europeans started using it by the end of the last century. The latest researches have shown that it is eatable and that it has therapeutic effects on the human organism. The oyster mushroom is a fungus that grows on trees and from the trees it consumes much of the healthy and nutritive substances that it needs for its growth, and that have positive effect on the human organism. The oyster mushroom strengthens the immunity and prevents tumor growth. It helps with anemia, lowers the cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood. It has anti-cancer effects, improves the physical activity, lowers the body weight and it lowers the blood pressure. It is also used for soothing pain and for relaxation of the muscles, treatments of lumbago and stiffness of the extremities. It is rich in vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B7, P and many other minerals. The oyster mushroom has: Proteins 3.0g / 100g, Carbohydrate 6.98g/100g Minerals mg/100: Nitrogen 386, phosphorus 72, potassium 276, calcium 3.2, magnesium 21, enriched vitamin D. The energetic value is 2000kj.