Agaricus Mushroom – Uses, Side Effects, and More

Agaricus mushroom is a fungus. It originated in Brazil, but is now grown in China, Japan, Brazil, and the US. Solutions containing chemicals that are taken from the plant are used as medicine.
Agaricus mushroom is used for various types of cancer, and for the side effects of cancer treatments, but there is no strong evidence supporting any uses.

How does it work ?

Some developing research suggests agaricus mushroom might strengthen the immune system, fight tumor development, and work as an antioxidant.

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