Ram's Head Mushroom
- Kingdom ……..Fungi
- Class ……………Agaricomycetes
- Family ………….Meripilaceae
- Species ………..Grifola frondosa
Ram’s Head Mushroom (Grifola frondosa) is commonly referred to by various names such as sheep’s head mushroom, ram’s head mushroom, dancing mushroom, maitake, hen of the woods, signorina mushroom, rabbit mushroom. As Mantarator.com, we will talk about this mushroom as a ram’s head mushroom. Ram’s head mushroom is a type of mushroom that grows in groups, usually on the base of oak trees. It is widely consumed in Chinese and Japanese cuisines. Grifola frondosa, Ram’s Head Mushroom, is seen especially under oak trees from the end of August to the middle of October. Even if this mushroom is harvested, it can grow for many years in the same place.
From a medical standpoint, it is a unique mushroom species because it contains high amounts of antioxidants. It is a mushroom that has a high priority for East Asian medicine. Since it is a very useful mushroom against all types of cancer, we strongly recommend that you consume it regularly. It is known to strengthen the immune system against breast cancer. They are also commonly used in the treatment of diabetes. After harvesting the ram’s head mushrooms, we recommend you to wash them well. In addition, the ram’s head mushroom is a type of mushroom that you can store in freezers in airtight containers for a long time.
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