This instruction is for informational purposes only and is based on the personal experience of the author and the studied experience of other people.
Directions for use and dosage
For prevention, it is recommended to brew it as tea. Dosage 4-6 g per 1 liter of water.
Real tinder fungus in folk and traditional medicine
The tinder fungus is known not only as a mushroom, which has significance in ecosystems and natural processes, but it is also credited with certain properties in folk and traditional medicine. Here are a few of them:
Already in Ancient Greece, the polypore fungus was used to treat gastrointestinal diseases and relaxation from stress and depression. It was also used in surgery as a hemostatic material. In China, this mushroom is recommended for people with obesity, digestive problems and impotence, and women use it to improve the condition of their skin, nails and hair.
A special characteristic of tinder fungus is the presence of valuable medicinal components in its composition, which can prevent the development of cancerous tumors in the human body. That is why this mushroom can be used for the successful prevention and treatment of cancer in the initial stages.
The true polypore contains a large amount of proteins and carbohydrates, fiber, B vitamins, manganese, potassium, selenium, phosphorus, and zinc. In addition, it is noted for the presence of lanophil polysaccharide, agaric and buricol acid, as well as resinous substances that contribute to numerous medicinal properties:
The composition of the mushroom contains agaric acid, which helps to effectively remove toxins and carcinogens from the body. The pulp of the mushroom has the ability to regenerate liver cells due to the presence of lanophil, and the mushroom also contains many resinous substances. It is used in the treatment of cancer, respiratory problems, and also has a positive effect on metabolism.