• A natural tonic
• Has similar function to Cordyceps sinensis
• Nourishing the lungs and kidneys
• Relieve cough and stop bleeding
• Resolve phlegm and fight cancer
Morel is a kind of precious wild fungus. It was discovered in 1818. Its structure is similar to that of Pan fungus. People have not found a way to grow morels artificially, because they can only grow in the spring of the following year after a forest fire. Morel mushrooms have a very fragrant flavour, and they are an ingredient that many world-famous chefs like to use.
The cap part of Morchella contains 7 essential amino acids of isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine and valine. It is non-toxic and beneficial to the stomach and intestines. Resolving phlegm and regulating qi. Morchella is rich in nutrition. According to measurements, Morchella contains 20% crude protein, 26% crude fat, and 38.1% carbohydrates. It also contains a variety of amino acids, especially glutamic acid content as high as 1.76%. It is considered to be a "very good source of protein" and has the reputation of "the meat of a vegetarian". The protein in the human body is composed of 20 kinds of amino acids, and morel contains 18 kinds of which 8 kinds of amino acids cannot be produced by the human body, so it is particularly important in human nutrition.