Auricularia judae (wood ear)
Auricularia judae is also called â??wood earâ?. It was also known as â??Judasâ?? earâ? because of the legend that Judas Iscariot hanged himself after betraying Jesus on an elder tree where ear-shaped fungus was growing. Fans of Chinese cuisine will also know this mushroom as mu-err. It is a staple in Asia but has also been known in Europe for more than 1,500 years. The resilient auricularia fruit can even withstand frost and can be found under snow in winter. The substances it contains are a real treasure trove.
Add 3g powder or 2 vital spoonfuls to plenty of liquid and drink daily. The powder can also be mixed into food (2 vital spoonfuls are equivalent to 3g powder).
per 2 vital spoonful (= 1 serving)
13.7kJ / 3.2kcal
457kJ / 108kcal
of which fatty acids
This product is a food product.
This product should be kept in a dry place out of the reach of children and away from direct sunlight.
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