Which mushrooms have useful properties for gastritis?
Anti-inflammatory and prebiotic properties
Several studies have shown the gastroprotective effect of lion’s mane on the digestive tract. This is mainly due to its anti-inflammatory and prebiotic effects. The mushroom helps to repair damaged gastric and intestinal mucosa, showing great benefits in esophagogastric pathologies, such as gastritis and ulcer.
A significant number of people can develop gastritis due to contracting the Helicobacter pylori bacteria. In that case, it is important to remove this bacteria from the gut. Reishi extracts have shown to inhibit the growth of H. pylori. The bioactive compounds present in Reishi have many properties, including those related to the supporting gastric ulcers and reducing inflammation.