Himematsutake

Himematsutake

Himematsutake
Agaricus blazei (“g├╝ne┼č mantar─▒”)n─▒n t─▒bbi mantarlar aras─▒nda ola─čand─▒┼č─▒ bir konumu vard─▒r, ├Âyle ki do─čal ortam─▒ Asya de─čildir. Asl─▒nda, Japonlar taraf─▒ndan ticari olarak yeti┼čtirilmek ├╝zere Brezilya’dan ithal edilmi┼čtir. Il─▒k iklimlerde daha iyi geli┼čen bir mantard─▒r; do─črudan toprakta yeti┼čir ve hafif├že armut bi├žimli sap─▒ ve kubbeli, “solunga├žl─▒” ┼čapkas─▒yla klasik bir mantar g├Âr├╝n├╝m├╝ne sahiptir.
Tarif: “G├╝ne┼č mantar─▒”, klasik bir mantar g├Âr├╝n├╝m├╝, kubbeli ┼čapka, Brezilya’n─▒n yerlisi.
Aktif bile┼čenler: Bilinen en y├╝ksek Beta-1,3-gulukan, polisakkarid, sterol (ergosterol dahil) d├╝zeyleri.

Kullan─▒mlar
Antikanser etki: Hayvan ├žal─▒┼čmalar─▒nda g├╝├žl├╝ bir antit├╝m├Âr etkinlik g├Âstermi┼čtir.
Antimikrobiyal ├Âzellikler: ├ľzellikle Salmonella’ya kar┼č─▒ antibakteriyel etkileri oldu─ču g├Âsterilmi┼čtir.
Kardiyovask├╝ler sa─čl─▒k: Hayvan ├žal─▒┼čmalar─▒nda kolesterol ve kan ┼čekeri d├╝zeylerini d├╝zenler.
Ba─č─▒┼č─▒kl─▒─č─▒n peki┼čtirilmesi: ─░nterferon ve interl├Âkin aktivitesini art─▒rd─▒─č─▒ g├Âsterilmi┼čtir.

Agaricus subrufescens (syn. Agaricus blazei, Agaricus brasiliensis or Agaricus rufotegulis) is a species of mushroom, commonly known as almond mushroom, mushroom of the sun, God’s mushroom, mushroom of life, royal sun agaricus, jisongrong, or himematsutake (Chinese: ňžČŠŁżŔîŞ, Japanese: ňžźŃüżŃüĄŃüčŃüĹ, “princess matsutake”) and by a number of other names. Agaricus subrufescens is edible, with a somewhat sweet taste and a fragrance of almonds.

Initially, the cap is hemispherical, later becoming convex, with a diameter of 5 to 18 cm (2 to 7 in). The cap surface is covered with silk-like fibers, although in maturity it develops small scales (squamulose). The color of the cap may range from white to grayish or dull reddish brown; the cap margin typically splits with age. The flesh of A. subrufescens is white, and has the taste of “green nuts”, with the odor of almonds. The gills are not attached to the stalk (free), narrow, and crowded closely together. They start out whitish in color, then later pinkish, and finally black-brown as the spores mature. Spores are ellipsoid, smooth, dark purplish-brown when viewed microscopically, with dimensions of 6ÔÇô7.5 by 4ÔÇô5 ╬╝m. The stipe is 6 to 15 cm (2 1Ôüä2 to 6 in) by 1 to 1.5 cm (3Ôüä8 to 5Ôüä8 in) thick, and bulbous at the base. Initially solid, the stipe becomes hollow with age; it is cottony (floccose) to scaly toward the base. The annulus is abundant and double-layered; it is bent downward toward the stem, smooth and whitish on the upper side, and covered with cottony scales on the lower side.

Agaricus subrufescens is edible, with a somewhat sweet taste and an almond aroma resulting from benzaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, benzonitrile, and methyl benzoate.

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