If the amount of time you spend in the sun is reduced with a zipcock… “How about natural foods?”

According to the National Institute of Horticultural Science and Technology, reishi mushrooms are helpful in preventing insomnia and depression caused by lack of vitamin D.

Many people say that the amount of activity and time spent in the sun has decreased due to Corona 19. Some people find it difficult to fall asleep because of the dry respiratory system. It is pointed out that this phenomenon has worsened as the time spent indoors increases.

In this case, try eating natural foods that help relieve insomnia and help your respiratory health. Good for those who are reluctant to use factory-made health functional foods. It is reishi mushroom.

According to the National Institute of Horticultural Science and Technology, reishi mushrooms, which have long been called’bulocho’, act on the heart and lungs to stabilize the mind. It is good to take when you wake up well during sleep, dream a lot, when your heart is pounding and anxious, or when your memory is deteriorated.

Reishi mushroom is effective in prolonging sleep time by calming the excitement of the central nervous system and gently releasing excessive tension in the muscles.

Most mushrooms, including reishi mushrooms, contain 0.1-0.5g per 100g of dried weight of’ergosterol’, the former substance of vitamin D. It is helpful in preventing insomnia and depression symptoms caused by lack of vitamin D.

In addition, reishi mushrooms are good to eat when coughing does not stop for a long time and phlegm is stuck in the throat because it strengthens weakened lung function. According to existing studies, reishi mushrooms stop coughing, get rid of phlegm, and have an immunomodulatory effect.

In particular,’betaglucan’ contained in reishi mushrooms activates immune cells that eat cells infected with bacteria or viruses, and promotes the secretion of signaling substances that activate the defense system, thereby enhancing the function of immune cells.

To use reishi mushrooms at home, add 50g of non-glutinous rice to 15g of mushrooms and add porridge or 20g of mushrooms with 1 liter of water and boil with tea.

Reishi mushroom porridge is made with 15g of soaked reishi mushrooms, 50g of soaked rice, and an appropriate amount of water and sesame oil. Put the soaked rice in a pot and stir-fry enough with sesame oil. When the grains of rice become slightly transparent, pour water and boil over a low heat. Then, chop the soaked reishi mushrooms and boil them together while adjusting the amount of water. If you don’t have time to fry the rice and cook it, you can add rice and boil it.

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