More and more research show that edible mushrooms could easily fall into the category of superfoods, along with broccoli and blueberries. In addition to this aspect, there is a new wave of interest in magic mushrooms, which have been banned because of the hallucinogenic substance they contain but which, could be used in new revolutionary treatments for major depressive disorders.
Therefore, the studies on different types of mushrooms deserve to be continued, because only in this way researchers will be able to draw, at some point, some scientific conclusions that could become the basis of modern and efficient treatments. Mycological studies should be legal even when it comes to controversial mushroom species, such as magic mushrooms, because they could also have great potential.
Laboratory grade, contaminant free microscopic mushroom spores of the highest quality are preferred by scientists because it helps them a lot in their research work:
- promoting scientific research in the field of mycology;
- popularization of knowledge about mushrooms and their use in various fields of human activity (biodegradation, culture of edible mushrooms, valorization of mushrooms from spontaneous mycolyote, etc.);
- prevention of poisoning with fungi;
- prevention and control of disease caused by fungi in humans, plants and animals;
- supporting the development of modern biotechnologies in mycology;
- the protection of endangered or threatened species of fungi and the environment in which they develop;
- updating information on taxonomy, ecology and choreology of fungi species.