1oz. Dehydrated Oyster Mushrooms
Wild foraged and cultivated on inoculated logs. Multiple species, typically pleurotus pulmonarius (phoenix or Indian oyster mushroom) and pleurotus citrinopileatus (golden oyster mushroom).
Our oysters are multiple species, typically pleurotus pulmonarius (phoenix or Indian oyster mushroom) and pleurotus citrinopileatus (golden oyster mushroom).
Wild foraged and inoculated on logs.
Oysters are low-caloried mushrooms. 100 gram of fresh fungus carries 33 calories. This flavorful fungi is loaded with bioactive compounds, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins that promote health.
Oyster mushroom contains a HMG-CoA reductase enzyme inhibitor substance called statin (lovastatin or Mevinolin-2.8% dry weight).
They contain β-glucan which has anti-viral and anti-allergic properties.
Certain protein polysaccharides in the oyster mushroom has been found to have anti-hyperglycemic, anti-soft tissue tumor, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antihypertensive effects in the experimental animal studies.
In the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), oyster fungus is known to dispel cold wind, relax tendons and bones and strengthen yang. It is indicated to treat impotence, weakness of joints and limbs, and backache problems.
Oyster mushrooms carry high amounts of good quality protein than other cultivated mushrooms.
Mushrooms are an excellent source of folic acid (38 μg 9.5% per 100 g).
Concentrations of other B-complex group of vitamins like thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, etc.
Minerals such as copper, iron, phosphorus present in moderate levels in this mushroom.
Oyster mushrooms are modest sources of vitamin-D (ergo-calciferol) at 29 μg per 100 g (7% of DA). Vitamin-D plays a vital role in the calcium and phosphate metabolism.
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