Auricularia (Auricularia polytricha)

In East Asia this mushroom is often used as food. Auricularia owes its German name “Judas’ ear” to the legend that tab-shaped mushrooms started grow on an elder tree after Judas hanged himself on it.

Using of Auricularia is recommended for:

– inhibiting the growth of connective tissue tumors
– slowing blood-clotting, thrombosis
– atherosclerosis, problems with blood supply
– lowering blood cholesterol
– blood pressure regulation
– hemorrhoids
– cancer (of skin, of the prostate)
– increasing libido
– migraine
– immune stimulation, infections
– ringing/ noise in the ears
– overweight
– lowering the risk of heart attack, cardiovascular disease
– treatment of skin and mucosa inflammations
– chronic disorders
Auricularia
Besides B group vitamins and valuable proteins, Auricularia contains essential minerals, such as Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Silicium. Auricularia is very rich in secondary substances, some of which can inhibit blood clotting or cure an inflammation process. Their beneficial effect has been confirmed by numerous investigations. Improvement is particularly good when Auricularia is used for treatment of inflamed mucous membranes. This mushroom also regulates cholesterol levels, stimulates the immune system, neutralizes free radicals and prevents the formation of connective tissue malignant tumors.

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