What is a Tibetan milk mushroom?


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A Tibetan mushroom is a kind of mushroom native to the Tibetan plateaus that is prized for its nutritional benefits. It gets its nickname, milk mushroom, because it can be used as a substitute for milk.

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There are numerous varieties of Tibetan mushrooms, including cordyceps and chanterelles. Research has shown that fermented Tibetan mushrooms, made into a drink called kefir, have anti-aging and anti-fungal effects. Studies have shown that this drink can also control the growth of certain kinds of cancer, including leukemia. Other studies show that kefir possesses many anti-allergy properties and can provide substantial relief for allergy sufferers.

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