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The Health Benefits of Medicinal Mushrooms - cover

The Health Benefits of Medicinal Mushrooms

N.D. Stengler

Publisher: Basic Health Publications, Inc.

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Describes the most common supplemental medicinal mushrooms and their best clinical uses which includes treatment for hepatitis, cancer, and restoring the competency of the immune system.

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