Respi Remè [Tiger’s Milk Mushroom Capsule]
In Malaysia, L. rhinocerotis is the most popular medicinal mushroom used by the indigenous communities of Peninsular Malaysia4. The benefits of its underground tuber or sclerotium (where most of the nutritional and medicinal components are deposited) compared to its basidiocarp are well documented.
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1. Lee, S. S., Chang, Y. S. & Noraswati, M. N. R. Utilization of macrofungi by some indigenous communities for food and medicine
in Peninsular Malaysia. Forest Ecology and Management. 257, 2062–2065 (2009).
2. Burkill, I. H., Birtwistle, W., Foxworthy, F. W., Scrivenor, J. B. & Watson, J. B. A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay
Peninsula, volume I & II. Kuala Lumpur: Governments of Malaysia and Singapore by the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives.
3. Chang, Y. S. & Lee, S. S. Utilisation of macrofungi species in Malaysia. Fungal Diversity. 15, 15–22 (2004).
4. Huang, N. L. Identification of the scientific name of Hurulingzhi. Acta Edulis Fungi. 6, 30–32 (1999).
5. Seow, S. L. S., Eik, L. F., Naidu, M., David, P., Wong, K.-H., & Sabaratnam, V. (2015).
Lignosus rhinocerotis (Cooke) Ryvarden mimics the neuritogenic activity of nerve growth factor via MEK / ERK1 / 2 signaling pathway in PC-12 cells. Scientific Reports, 5, 16349. doi:10.1038/srep16349
|Dimensions||20 × 13.5 × 5 cm|