Dried mushrooms accounted for 72% of the edible portion, each containing water 13g, 1.8g fat, carbohydrate 54g, crude fiber 7.8g, ash 4.9g, calcium 124mg, phosphorus 415mg, iron 25.3mg, vitamin B1 0.07mg, vitamin B2 1.13 mg, 18.9 mg of niacin. In addition to the 85-90% water content of fresh mushrooms, the solid content contained 19.9% crude protein, 4% crude fat, 67% soluble nitrogen-free material, 7% crude fiber, and 3% ash content. Mushrooms are rich in vitamin D, but very few vitamin C, and lack of vitamin A and A. Lentinan can provide
The vitality of highly-helper T cells enhances the body's humoral immune function. A large number of practices have proven that mushrooms have a wide range of prevention and treatment of cancer and have been used for clinical treatment. Mushrooms also contain a variety of vitamins and minerals, which play a significant role in promoting the body's metabolism and improving the body's resilience. Mushrooms also have therapeutic effects on diabetes, tuberculosis, infectious hepatitis, and neuritis, and can also be used for indigestion, constipation, and weight loss. Many ancient books in China have recorded that the shiitake mushroom is "Qi Qi is not hunger, and wind and blood is broken and the stomach is helpful to eat." Folk used to help pox sores, measles induction, headache, dizziness. Modern studies have shown that lentinan can modulate the activity of immune cells in the human body and reduce the ability of methyl-cholesterol to induce tumors. Mushrooms have a strong inhibitory effect on cancer cells. The inhibition rate of mouse sarcoma 180 is 97.5%, and that of Ehrlich carcinoma is 80%. Mushrooms also contain double-stranded ribonucleic acid, which induces interferon production and has antiviral properties.