Renewal Life of Exotic Mushrooms

in #amazingnature9 months ago

Mushrooms are a new form of natural renewal. Nature often gives a lot of beauty in its own way. Even just mushrooms that grow in wood can make it so interesting. One form of life transformation, an interesting cycle, the fungus that grows and lives on dead wooden sticks. Very exotic.

Some mushrooms, growing together with trees, form fruit bodies that have healing properties. Of this, traditional healers make medicines. This includes, for example, fungi that grow on trees. According to this source: some herbs can be used as medicine

Thats Mushrooms Better known as Reishi or Lingzhi. It has an oval-shaped or kidney-shaped hat with silky smooth skin of various colors: red, brown, purple, black. The meat is ocher, tasteless and odorless. It mainly grows on dead leaf wood, most often on stumps. Funds based on mushrooms have antitumor effects, immunomoduliruyuschee. Used to improve blood circulation, metabolism, normalize blood pressure.

Is this a type of sterile Lak mushroom or Ganoderma lucidum, what do you think?

This my entry to the Amazing Nature Contest - December 2019 - #04 - NEW YEAR SPECIAL held held by @adalger


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Thats an amazing entry ! .. they really look fancy with their intense colour .. as if they can make your skin bjurn upon touching them, hehe ^^ .. fungy are really great fir the RENEWAL theme .. they are taki g on soo important and astonishing position in the life circles of the woods out there ;) .. thank you for another amazing entry my friend ;)

Thank you very much Sir ;)