Can They Treat Fibromyalgia?
The difficult aspects of fibromyalgia can have you literally looking under a rock for a fibromyalgia treatment that works.
However, you might not be too far off if you are looking for a natural treatment to relieve you of many of your fibromyalgia symptoms of;
- Gastrointestinal Problems
- Muscle Pain
- Fatigue & Exhaustion
There are many natural treatments that many fibromyalgia suffers turn too, but medicinal mushrooms may be new to many of you. Medicinal mushrooms to treat many conditions have been around for centuries. They have not had as much as exposure as they are not used as frequently as they are in Eastern medicine.
There are said to be over 100,000 different species of mushrooms or fungi as they are know. Many people have great fears over consuming mushrooms because they have been informed that some mushrooms are poisonous. Although mushrooms have great health benefits, there are in fact some that are not edible.
Yes, your grandmother, your 5th grade science teacher, and the kid down the block were right, there are some mushrooms that are poisonous. There are some that can produce hallucinations, but many more hold great medicinal properties.
Medicinal mushrooms basic role in nature in that of turning waste material into highly nutritious material. Easter medicine has a long track record showing that many species of mushrooms can;
- Alleviate Allergies
- Beneficial For Respiratory Problems; Asthma, Bronchitis,
- Treat Digestive Problems
- Enhance & Stabilize the Endocrine System
- Enhance Circulation
- Enhance Energy
- Enhance the Immune System
- Reduce Tumors
- Skeletal/muscular systems
- Stabilize Blood Cholesterol
- Stabilize Blood Sugar – Diabetics
- Studied & Used For Fibromyalgia, MS, Cancer
- Treat Viral Infections
- Used In Detox Diets
- Used To Clear Anesthesia Post Op
- Used To Treat AIDS
- Used To Treat Side Effects of Chemo Therapy
So, are medicinal mushrooms a natural wonder or are the claims over blown?
Studies show that mushrooms do provide many medical properties. With a 4,000 year old Chinese history medicinal mushrooms are still used today in Asian culture. Western medicine may not be far behind, as researchers use modern technology to discover the inner workings that are the core compounds that offer hope in treating a myriad of conditions.
As I have had some comments on posts being too long, I will follow up with another post listing the most important and effective medicinal mushrooms for treating fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue; Reishi mushrooms, Maitake Mushrooms, Shiitake Mushrooms, and Poria cocas Mushrooms.
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Go To Medicinal Mushrooms Part II
Vegan Mushroom Pie Recipe: Creamy Quiche-Like Pie,
This delicious mushroom pie is somewhat like a quiche, but free of eggs and dairy.
Mushroom Risotto Recipe
This is my own creation, so I don’t think it is classic or traditional or anything.Mushroom risotto.
The Mushroom Channel Recipe of the Week
Recipe of the Week: Creamy Spanish Rice with Mushrooms, Artichokes and Tomatoes.
A vegetarian version of Rachael Ray recipe for portobello mushroom burgers.
Many Uses of Siberian Chaga Mushroom | Diabetes Diet & Symptoms.com
He currently specializes in medicinal fungi in cooperation with Cordyceps Reishi Extracts
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