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Turkey Tail-Trametes versicolor – Coriolus versicolor /Polyporus versicolor

Turkey Tail-Trametes versicolor – Coriolus versicolor /Polyporus versicolor  ✔ Trametes versicolor – also known as Coriolus versicolor and Polyporus versicolor – is a common polypore mushroom found throughout the world.  ✔ Meaning 'of several colours', versicolor reliably describes this fungus that displays different colors.  ✔ For example, because its shape and multiple colors are similar to those of a wild turkey, T. versicolor is commonly called turkey tail. Immune-Boosting Benefits of Turkey Tail Mushroom ✔T urkey tail contains a wide variety of phenol and flavonoid antioxidants which help promote your immune system health by reducing inflammation and stimulating the release of protective compounds ✔ PSK and PSP are powerful polysaccharopeptides found in turkey tail mushrooms that may strengthen the health of your immune system. ✔ Turkey tail mushrooms contain components such as PSK and CVG that may suppress the growth of certain types of cancers. ✔ Several research studies

Blue Oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus var. columbinus)

Blue Oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus var. columbinus) ✔ Highlights: Good for cooler temperatures, fast growing ✔ Lowlights: Needs TONS of fresh air for normal looking fruits ✔ The Blue Oyster mushroom is a good choice for new growers, and is perfectly suitable for cooler temperatures. ✔ In fact, the colder the temperature during fruiting, the more distinctly blue this mushroom appears. ✔  Either way, the blue is most noticeable in the early stages of growth- but turns to grey as the mushroom matures. For pricing and import please contact In India- +91-9923806933 or  whatsapp +91-9850985511 #Biobritte, #dry, #export products, #Liquid Spawn, #medicinal mushrooms, #mushroom books, #Mushroom CDs, #mushroom kits, #mushroom products, #mushrooms, #pure culture, #spawn, #turkey tail #trametes #versicolor, #coriolus #polyporus, #turkey tail cultivation #mushroomtraining #biobritte , #maharashtra, #kolhapur, #biobritte store, #kolhapur mushrooms, #sanglimushrooms, #la

Elm Oyster (Hypsizygus ulmarius)

Elm Oyster (Hypsizygus ulmarius) ✔ Highlights: Well adapted to high CO2, high yield, low spore load ✔ Lowlights: No striking color, short shelf life ✔ The Elm Oyster is not a “true” oyster in that it is not in the “Pleurotus” family, although it is a closely related cousin, and most growers still refer to it as an Oyster. ✔ That being said, it does have a few advantages over most other Oysters that make it worth your consideration. ✔ The Elm Oyster is much better at forming normal looking fruits in high CO2 environments, which makes it an excellent candidate for indoor growers, or grow rooms that have a hard time managing the high fresh air requirements of other Oysters. ✔  It also has a much lower “spore load” than most other Oysters, which can save lots of clean-up and clogged fans. ✔ The Elm Oyster is typically white-beige in color, and forms nice large caps in dense clusters. It grows well on hardwood sawdust or the masters mix. It is fast to colonize, and very friendly to beginner

Pearl Oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus)

Pearl Oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus) ✔ Highlights: Easily available, easy to grow, decent shelf life, good in cooking, grows on many substrates ✔ Lowlights: High fresh air requirement ✔ This is the “standard” archetypal Oyster mushroom, widely grown all over the world. ✔ Pearl Oysters grow fast, and fruit heavily- often achieving biological efficiency of over 100%. ✔ They can grow on a variety of substrates, including hardwood sawdust, hardwood chips, wheat straw, oat straw, grass clippings, coco-coir, and almost any other linginous material. ✔ The shelf life for Pearl Oysters is decent- better than Pinks or Yellows, but not as good as Kings. ✔ Aside from the fresh air requirement, Pearl Oysters are an easy entry to growing for new growers, and because of that, they are quite popular in mushroom growing kits like the super popular Back to The Roots mushroom growing kit. For pricing and import please contact In India- +91-9923806933 or  whatsapp +91-9850985

Phoenix Oyster (Pleurotus pulminarious)

Phoenix Oyster (Pleurotus pulminarious) ✔ Highlights: Good for warm weather, fast growing, widely grown, good yield ✔ Lowlights: Short shelf life, high spore load, in-vitro pinning ✔ The Pheonix Oyster, also known as the Lung Oyster, Indian Oyster, or the Italian Oyster, is very similar to the standard Pearl Oyster mushroom. ✔ The major difference is that Phoenix Oysters can withstand warmer temperatures than Pearl Oyster. ✔  In nature, they typically fruit much later in the summer. ✔ They will also have smaller, thinner caps and a slightly different color. ✔ Still, Phoenix Oysters are a very popular cultivar for all types of growers. For pricing and import please contact In India- +91-9923806933 or  whatsapp +91-9850985511 #Biobritte, #dry, #export products, #Liquid Spawn, #medicinal mushrooms, #mushroom books, #Mushroom CDs, #mushroom kits, #mushroom products, #mushrooms, #pure culture, #spawn, #turkey tail #trametes #versicolor, #coriolus #polyporus,

Gold Oyster:Pleurotus citrinopileatus

Gold Oyster: Pleurotus citrinopileatus ✔ Pleurotus citrinopileatus, also known as Gold Oyster, is native to eastern Russia, northern China and Japan.  ✔ Pleurotus species are some of the most commonly cultivated mushrooms, as they are easy to grow and convert organic refuse into fresh mushrooms.  ✔ They are also incredibly nutritious and have shown medicinal benefits, such as lowering cholesterol due to the contents of lovastatins. 1. Lowers cholesterol 2. Supports the kidneys 3. Supports the liver 4. antioxidant 5. Lowers cholesterol ✔ Golden oyster mushrooms is a wood decaying fungus, growing on hardwoods such as elm.  ✔ The fruiting bodies grow in clusters with bright yellow to golden brown caps ranging from 20-65mm in diameter. ✔ They have a velvety, dry surface texture with a thin white flesh and white stem. ✔ It has a mild taste and smell. ✔  It can be grown on a medium of grain, straw or sawdust.  ✔ You can also add some ofyour organic waste! For pricing and import please contac

Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus Obliquus)

Chaga:Inonotus Obliquus ✔ Inonotus Obliquus, more commonly known as the Chaga Mushroom has gained much attention and popularity for its medicinal properties.  ✔ It can be found in the Northwest part of North America, Russia, Korea and parts of northern and eastern Europe.  ✔ It has been used as a natural, holistic treatment for a variety of ailments for over 500 years. ✔  The chinese have nicknamed it “the king of all plants” and the Japanese call it “Diamond in the forest”. ✔ When looking at the medicinal benefits, it is no wonder why it has become so popular.  ✔ Chaga is known to be rich in B complex vitamins, various minerals, fiber and protein and also contains over 200 phytonutrients.  ✔ It also contains polysaccharides which the body uses as a primary source of energy.  ✔  It is now being studied for its potential in fighting cancer and is considered to promote overall health and immunity.  ✔ It is considered an adaptogen which means it helps the body respond better to stress. 1.

Gold Enoki (Flammulina velutipes)

Gold Enoki (Flammulina velutipes) ✔ Flammulina velutipes, more commonly known as Gold Enoki has been used in Asian cuisine for many years.  ✔ The word Enoki in Japanese means hackberry, referencing the type of tree it grows on naturally. ✔  It is highly valued in Japan, not only for its culinary purposes, but for its medicinal benefits. ✔  It is rich in protein, vitamin B3, amino acids and has trace amounts of iron. 1. Antioxidant 2. Supports the immune system 3. Anti-cancer 4. Antiviral 5. Antibacterial ✔ The appearance of Flammulina velutipes grows in clusters and the look varies greatly depending on the environment it was grown in.  ✔ When grown in sunlight, it takes on a dark brown color. Deprived of sunlight, it will be whitish. If it has a lot of oxygen, it will grow shorter and wider, whereas if it doesn’t have much oxygen, it will grow tall with small caps.  ✔ Naturally, it grows on stumps of the Chinese hackberry tree, ash, mulberry and persimmon trees. It has a crisp texture

Cordyceps Militaris

Cordyceps Militaris   ✔ Cordyceps Militaris has been used for thousands of years in traditional medicine particularly in Tibet, China and Japan.  ✔ There are currently many studies showing how potent of a medicine it is and its various applications and benefits.   ✔ It is rich in polysaccharides, which the body uses as a primary source of energy.  ✔ With all of its beneficial constituents, it’s a great all around health booster. 1. Anti-inflammatory 2. Anti-oxidant 3. Anti-aging 4. Anti-tumour 5. Anti-cancer 6. Anti-microbial 7. Anti-viral 8. Anti-fungal 9. Neuroprotective 10. Liver protective 11. Reno protective 12. Pneumo protective 13. Increase sex drive ✔ In nature, cordyceps militaris is a parasitic fungus, using the body of arthropods such as caterpillars as a host to develop.  ✔ To cultivate it however, it can be grown on a brown rice medium or various agar mixes.  ✔ It should be exposed to light and kept in an environment between 65-75 degrees Fahrenheit.   ✔ To maintain the me

Chicken of the woods (Laetiporus sulphureus)

              Chicken of the woods (Laetiporus sulphureus) ✔Laetiporus sulphureus has been named chicken of the woods for it has a taste and texture similar to chicken. ✔ It grows in the hardwood forests of eastern North America and is considered a delicacy.  ✔There exists several different types of Laetiporus mushrooms that are spread throughout North America and Europe.  ✔It is rich in polysaccharides, which the body uses as a primary source of energy. ✔Currently being studied for its medicinal benefits, it has shown promise to be a great health booster! 1. Anti-cancer 2. Antibacterial 3. Anti-inflammatory 4. Antioxidant ✔Chicken of the woods grows in large, overlapping brackets. It has a soft flesh with a yellow to orange surface, sometimes with bright orange tips and yellow pores.  ✔As it ages, the color becomes pale and mildly pungent. It is a parasitic mushroom showing a preference for oak but can grow on other hardwoods, causing brown rot.  ✔It can be used as a chicken substitut

Pink oyster-Pleurotus djamor

Pink oyster- Pleurotus djamor ✔ Pleurotus djamor, known as the pink oyster, can be found in tropical and subtropical environments.  ✔ Like most oyster mushrooms, it is incredibly nutrient dense and is being studied for its medicinal benefits.  ✔ It is rich in polysaccharides, which the body uses as a primary energy source, as well as proteins, peptides, lipids and many others. This makes it a great mushroom to include in any diet! 1. Anticancer 2. Antioxidant 3. Antibacterial 4. Lowers cholesterol Growing conditions ✔ Pleurotus djamor grows in a fan-like shape and has a pink color that will fade to beige as it ages.  To experience the full flavor of this mushroom, it should be harvested when it is still pink.  ✔ Like other oyster mushrooms, Pink oyster grows well on many different substrates.  ✔ It can be cultivated on straw, paper, wood, grains etc with a temperature between 65 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. ✔  It does require some light to grow and does well in bags. It colonizes very fa

Maitake (Grifola Frondosa)

Maitake (Grifola Frondosa) ✔ Grifola frondosa is known as the Maitake mushroom in Japan and hen of the woods amongst english speakers. It is native to China, Japan and North America and is prized in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine as a medicinal mushroom. ✔ It is one of the major culinary mushrooms in Japan and its uses in cuisine are growing in the west. 1. Boost the immune system 2. Anti-cancer 3. Antioxidant 4. Lowers cholesterol For pricing and import please contact In India- +91-9923806933 or  whatsapp +91-9850985511 #Biobritte, #dry, #export products, #Liquid Spawn, #medicinal mushrooms, #mushroom books, #Mushroom CDs, #mushroom kits, #mushroom products, #mushrooms, #pure culture, #spawn, #turkey tail #trametes #versicolor, #coriolus #polyporus, #turkey tail cultivation #mushroomtraining #biobritte , #maharashtra, #kolhapur, #biobritte store, #kolhapur mushrooms, #sanglimushrooms, #laturmushrooms #biobritteschool #blueoyster, #oysterspawn