Honey mushrooms
(Cyclocybe aegerita)
Honey mushrooms are one of the most common mushrooms in the world. Due to their high content of vitamin B2, they improve visual acuity and sniper skills. This vitamin is also responsible for the body's recovery and iron absorption. Iron, in turn, is responsible for the reproduction of hemoglobin in the human body, which is useful for people suffering from anemia.

Honey mushrooms also contain many valuable minerals and vitamins. Most of all, they contain beta-carotene, an antioxidant that slows down the aging process in the body; folic acid, which boosts immunity; potassium and magnesium, which support heart function and prevent cardiovascular diseases.
Interesting fact: honey mushroom is the largest organism on the planet! In the Malheur National Reserve, Oregon, the mushroom size (including the underground part) is 890 hectares and is 2000-8000 years old.

Although it is one of the most common types of mushrooms, only true professionals can find and recognize it!

Other professional properties of honey mushrooms:

  • strengthen the immune system;
  • improve digestion;
  • improve blood formation.
Suitable for the diet of the future:
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