Q & A EPISODE
Can Reishi and Cordyceps Benefit Those with Graves’ Disease and Hashimoto’s?
Medicinal mushrooms have been used to prevent and treat many conditions since ancient times.
In recent years, research has shown the many beneficial properties of mushrooms and the positive effect they can have on a wide range of conditions, from diabetes and asthma to immunological disorders and more.
Despite this, many people still have concerns about medicinal mushrooms, and they’ve remained a controversial topic.
Today I’m sharing about two medicinal mushrooms, Reishi and Cordyceps, and whether people with Graves’ disease and Hashimoto’s can benefit from using them.
During this episode, you’ll learn about:
- How Reishi is used for the prevention and treatment of several conditions
- The benefits of Reishi for Th17/Treg balance
- What research shows about the benefits of Cordyceps sinensis
- Effects of C. sinensis autoimmune thyroid disease
- Concerns around the immunostimulatory effect of medicinal mushrooms
As always, I hope you’ve found this episode valuable, and I look forward to catching you in the next episode!
Mentioned in this episode
- Save My Thyroid Shop | ThyroSave Hepatommune Supreme
- Blog Post | The Role of Medicinal Mushrooms in Graves’ Disease and Hashimoto’s
- Save My Thyroid | Q&A Episode: What are Th17 and Treg cells?
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