ABM mushrooms are also
called Agaricus, Agericus or ABM
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the 1970's researchers noticed that an unusual percentage of people in a small
town in Brazil (Piedate, in Sao Paulo) had a very low rate of a number of serious
adult diseases. The common factor in these people's diets was ABM mushrooms (Agaricus
Blazei Murill) known to the locals as 'Cogumelo de Deus' or 'Mushroom of God'.
Researchers have isolated large amounts of polysaccharides in ABM mushrooms which
appear to significantly boost the immune system. Polysaccharides are made up of
individual sugar molecules chained together to form larger sugars. The polysaccharides
appear to activate a type of white blood cell known as a macrophage which filters
the blood by destroying viruses, bacteria, and perhaps even cancer cells. Shiitake,
Maitake and Reishi also contain these polysaccharides.
ABM is also known
as Himematsutake and can be used in your cooking the same way as other mushrooms
are. Daily dosage for normal body maintenance and prevention is about 6 grams
(about 1 or 2 dried mushrooms) or 25 grams (aprox. 8-10 mushrooms) for serious
illness. Tea is also a popular way of taking ABM mushrooms. Use about 2 mushrooms
per liter (1 quart) and boil it for an hour. Drink upto 3 cups a day, warm or
cold. Take vitamin C in conjunction with your medicinal mushrooms to assist in
the absorption of the beneficial properties of the mushroom. The mushrooms that
were used in the tea can also be used in cooking as they still hold active ingredients.
$75 worth of mushrooms ordered gets you a free 1/4lb bag of Shiitake mushrooms!
products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual
results may vary. Before using any supplements it is always advisable to consult
with your own health care provider.
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