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Agaricus blazei is also called Brazilian mushroom, small pine mushroom, pasteurized mushroom, because the origin of Agaricus blazei is in Brazil and Peru. The main growing seasons of Agaricus blazei are in summer and autumn, and the required growth environment is high temperature, humidity and ventilation. The survival rate of Agaricus blazei is relatively low, and the production season is relatively short, so relatively speaking, the price of Agaricus blazei on the market is more expensive.
Agaricus blazei has an almond-like aroma, a crisp taste, a delicate cap, and a crisp stipe. Agaricus blazei is rich in nutrients and rich in protein. The protein contains 18 kinds of amino acids, including 8 kinds of amino acids necessary for the human body.
Agaricus blazei also contains nucleic acid, ergosterol, lectin, mannan and other polysaccharides. Agaricus blazei contains vitamin B1, vitamin B2, niacin and other vitamins. Agaricus blazei contains minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, selenium, etc. The fatty acids in Agaricus blazei are mainly unsaturated fatty acids, and the main ingredients are It is linoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, and the main component of dietary fiber is chitin.
Agaricus blazei contains active polysaccharides, 100 grams of Agaricus blazei contains 6.55 grams of polysaccharides, and the content of polysaccharides in Agaricus blazei is 5 times that of Ganoderma lucidum. At present, there are more than a dozen kinds of polysaccharides known, which also contains a unique polysaccharide. Some other fungi do not have β-(1-6)-D-glucose complex, which can enhance human immunity and improve the growth activity of immune cells in the human body.
The polysaccharide substances in Agaricus blazei can combine with many amino acids, and the formed combination is easily digested by the digestive organs in the human body, and can also enhance the physiological functions of mononuclear macrophages, T cells, interleukins and interferons, Suppresses cell division and regulates the immune system, so consumption of Agaricus can enhance immunity.
The main substance in the dietary fiber of Agaricus blazei is chitin, and chitin can inhibit the deposition of cholesterol in the blood and help the body to excrete excess cholesterol. Therefore, consumption of Agaricus blazei has the effect of lowering cholesterol.
Agaricus blazei is one of the 15 medicinal fungi recognized as having anti-cancer effects. Agaricus can promote hematopoiesis in bone marrow, maintain normal levels of platelets, white blood cells, and hemoglobin, and inhibit the proliferation of cells that can interfere with leukemia. The outer edge lectin contained in Agaricus blazei has antitumor activity; the sterols contained in Agaricus blazei have the effect of inhibiting the proliferation of cervical cancer cells.
Nourishes liver and kidney
In the view of traditional Chinese medicine, Agaricus blazei has a sweet taste and a flat nature. It belongs to the lung, liver, heart, and kidney meridians. It can protect the human body, prevent harmful substances and viruses from entering the human body and endanger the health of the human body, and has a protective effect on the liver and kidneys of the human body.
Agaricus blazei can be fried or eaten in soup or porridge. These are all good.
Fried and eaten: Agaricus is a relatively rare natural medicinal mushroom, with a strong aroma and taste, and the taste is relatively fresh and tender. This will make the taste better. It can supplement some of the nutrients the body needs, enhance its own immunity and disease resistance.
Eating it in soup: Agaricus blazei is also good for drinking soup. You can add some shredded onion, ginger and sea cucumber in the soup, which can have certain effects of invigorating the kidney and aphrodisiac, and can also relieve the symptoms of insufficient sleep function.
Cooking porridge: When cooking millet porridge or rice porridge, you can also add some Agaricus blazei mushrooms, and you can also cook porridge with white fungus, so the nutritional value is relatively high, with a large amount of protein, vitamins, and trace elements.