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What is phellinus mushroom?
In Western countries, alternative cancer treatments with nutrient/dietary supplements containing a variety of herbal products are increasing. Recent epidemiological studies have shown that mushrooms can prevent different types of cancer. Phellinus linteus is a well-known Oriental medicinal fungus with a variety of biological activities, including immune regulation or direct anti-tumor activity. The activity of P. linteus and its extracts is related to the existence of polysaccharides, their peptide/protein complexes and other low molecular weight complexes.
Polysaccharide distribution from P. linteus was found to be associated with increased immune cell activity, such as increased cytokine production by macrophages and B cells or increased cytotoxic activity of natural killer cells. In addition, it was found that P. linteus regulates the expression or activity of genes involved in cell proliferation, apoptosis, angiogenesis, invasion behavior and chemical prevention. Finally, P. Linteus extract showed tumor regression in three separate case reports, suggesting that dietary supplements derived from P. linteus extract or from P. linteus extract may have potential uses for alternative treatment of cancer.
Mulberry mushroom medical development history
Medicinal mushroom Phellinus linteus (Berk. et Curt.) Aoshima has been used in traditional oriental medicine in Japan, China and Korea. Orange/yellow mushroom P. linteus (PL) is a perennial fungus that selectively parasitizes on mulberry trees (Morus) and belongs to Hymenochaetaceae basidiomycetes. It consists of 220 known species of Morus, mainly growing in tropical regions. More than 40 years ago, an original Japanese study showed that PL had the strongest anti-tumor effect compared with other mushrooms.
As previously reported, PL also demonstrates the effects of immune regulation, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-angiogenesis and antioxidants. These biological effects will be found with isolated polysaccharides, proteoglycans and such as hispolon, caffeic acid, davallialactone, interfungins A and inoscavin A. Therefore, compounds or compound extracts isolated from PL show specific inhibition of signal transduction pathways in a variety of cancer cells.
- Heart disease
- Esophageal cancer
- Acute gastroenteritis
- Liver Scar
Phellinus mushroom Other effects
By effectively eliminating bacteria, Phellinus Linteus helps prevent any diarrhea that bacteria may cause. This is important because excessive diarrhea can lead to dehydration and shock. If untreated, diarrhea can be fatal. That’s why diarrhoea patients are often dripped even when treatment for infection is still under way.
Gastrointestinal dysfunction is one of the symptoms corrected by Phellinus Linteus. Although they do not seem to be normal, the intestines do not work properly. A person may have constipation or even irritable bowel, otherwise known as IBS-irritable bowel syndrome. These diseases are usually the result of poor feeding. In this respect, there is a tendency to eat refined foods. It’s important that people add fiber to their diet. Whole grains and vegetable salads can help people who are used to fast food.
These diseases may also be caused by the frequent use of laxatives.
The digestive system is designed to naturally process food from entry point to exit point. Unless something is particularly important, the body needs to be allowed to do its work without being induced. When a person abuses laxatives, weakening intestinal muscles can lead to these diseases. Laxatives include products based on sodium bicarbonate.
To avoid constipation, you need to exercise regularly and eat more fiber food. A lifestyle that causes frequent constipation needs to be avoided. This is because a person may develop fissures and hemorrhoids.
Increasing fiber intake and possibly a little more caffeine can help prevent IBS. Individuals should also be keen to identify foods that cause irritable bowel syndrome and avoid them. For all other diseases in the digestive system, a full-food diet is recommended.
Matters needing attention
Although little is known about the safety of long-term or frequent use of mulberry, there are concerns that this mushroom may be harmful to some patients with autoimmune diseases. If you have any type of autoimmune disease, be sure to consult your doctor before taking Phellinus linteus.
Keep in mind that supplements have not yet been tested for safety and that dietary supplements are largely unregulated. In some cases, the product may provide a different dose from the prescribed amount of each herb. In other cases, products may be contaminated by other substances such as metals. In addition, the safety of supplements for pregnant women, breast-feeding mothers and children who have medical conditions or are taking medicines has not been determined.