Often used as a culinary mushroom for their umami flavor, agaricus has a mild effect on the tastebuds unlike some functional mushrooms.
Think slightly earthy with faint hints of almonds, making agaricus powder pair well with both sweet and savory dishes. Try adding to smoothies, soups, and homemade protein bars for a nutritional boost.
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History of Health
The Agaricus mushroom originated in Brazil and was popularized in Japan in the 1900s. Since then, it’s been growing in popularity. Like many functional mushrooms, agaricus was prized for its medicinal benefits in eastern medicine. Now modern science has yet again backed up what our ancestors already knew – this mushroom packs a punch.
Agaricus mushrooms are rich in beta-glucans that work to modulate the immune system and support our natural defenses.