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HERICIUM ERINACEUS (Lion`s Mane): A MEDICINAL MUSHROOM AND A GUN FOR BRAIN REJUVENATION, PREVENT AND REVERT THE ALZHÉIMER AND THE PROBLEMS OF MEMORY.

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Today I want to tell you about a very interesting cultivated mushroom, this mushroom has a strange appearance of a white sponge or pompom and receives the nickname Lion's mane. Well, this kind of white sponge is a fungus called Hericium erinaceus and has amazing medicinal properties.In Japan, the Lion's Mane is popularly known as Yamabushitake, a word composed of Yamabushi and Take. The...

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Industrial design and technology transfer

Together with the client, we define the specific project to be developed, specifying all the key aspects of the project and taking it by the hand until it is put into operation.We support in the definition of the design, projection and planning of the different facilities of each project. We advise...

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NEW!! BIOCONTROL Bags(patent pending)

These bags allow incubation and drying in a clean and safe environment in a single bag without the need to pour the contents into another bag..Contact us for more information.

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HERICIUM ERINACEUS (Lion`s Mane): A MEDICINAL MUSHROOM AND A GUN FOR BRAIN REJUVENATION, PREVENT AND REVERT THE ALZHÉIMER AND THE PROBLEMS OF MEMORY.

Today I want to tell you about a very interesting cultivated mushroom, this mushroom has a strange appearance of a white sponge or pompom and receives the nickname Lion's mane. Well, this kind of white sponge is a fungus called Hericium erinaceus and has amazing medicinal properties.In Japan, the Lion's Mane is popularly known as Yamabushitake, a word composed of Yamabushi and Take. The...

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Mycological Dictionary

Dictyosomes

Clusters of vesicules located near the aèx of the hypha, probably derived from the Golgi apparatus and originating from the endoplasmic reticulum. These secretory vesicles are thought to play a role in the formation of new wall components.

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