What is Maitake Mushroom?
Maitake mushroom, scientifically known as Grifola frondosa, is a flavorful and nutritious fungus that typically grows at the base of oak, elm, and maple trees in parts of Asia and North America. In Japanese, "Maitake" means "dancing mushroom," as the discovery of this prized mushroom was believed to bring joy and celebration due to its impressive size and health benefits. Maitake is revered for its culinary uses and potential health-promoting properties.
Maitake Mushroom Benefits & Uses may Include:
· Immune System Support †
· Antioxidant Power †
· Adaptogenic Qualities †