[Shiitake Mushroom Extract China]What do you know about shitake mushrooms?
Pulished on May. 14, 2019
What do you know about shitake mushrooms?
Shiitake Mushroom Extract China shares that the Japanese name shiitake comes from the mushroom. So much so that they named it "mushroom" and even built a temple. Shiitake mushrooms have been used in the east for thousands of years as an essential part of Asian kitchens and healing. The mushroom was first introduced to the Japanese emperor by a Japanese tribe in 199 BC. Even before that, however, an older script described how the Chinese developed a way to cultivate shiitake mushrooms, and they passed this knowledge on to the Japanese.
In nature, shiitake mushrooms grow in warm, moist conditions on fallen tree trunks or rotting stumps. Currently, it is cultivated as a food source in southeast Asian countries (1-3).
Traditional applications: strengthening and enhancing energy, reducing hunger and overeating, strengthening the body while recovering from disease, helping malnourished children and the elderly, and treating colds and flu.
Mushroom composition: lentinus edodes has high nutritional value, both in its natural and dried form.
Dried Shiitake Mushroom Extract contains: carbohydrate 58-60%, nutritional fiber 10%, protein and nucleic acid 20-23%; Of these, 80-87% are digestible and 3-4% are fatty acids, including -linoleic acid (72.8%), palmitic acid (14.7%) and oleic acid (3%).
Vitamin: lentinus edodes is rich in vitamin. It contains vitamin D2. It was found that while the mushroom was exposed to light and warmth, it synthesized human derivatives of vitamin d. B complex vitamins, especially vitamins B1, B2, B12 and pantothenic acid (B5).