Alias: Large Flower Fungus, Matsutake, Peeling Fungus
Matsutake, also known as Tricholoma matsutake, is a valuable edible fungus. Fresh matsutake is shaped like an umbrella, has a bright color, the cap is brown, the stalk is white, and there are fibrous hairy scales. The flesh is white and tender, the texture is fine, and it has a strong special aroma. Matsutake is rich in protein, fat, cellulose, various amino acids, and unsaturated fatty acids; it also contains beta-gluconic acid, nucleic acid derivatives, peptides, organic germanium Ge124-239PM, polysaccharides that are rare in other fungi. LPB and other rare nutrients have the ability to increase SOD activity, accelerate the elimination of free radicals, delay the decline of tissues and organs, improve cardiovascular function, promote metabolism, improve the body's ability to resist viruses, anti-cell mutations and increase immune function. Regular eating pine mushrooms can strengthen the kidney and rejuvenate the energy. It also has the effects of nourishing the stomach and invigorating the qi, strengthening the heart and nourishing the blood, strengthening the brain, resolving qi and phlegm, deworming, treating diabetes and anticancer.