Observation 88051: Ganoderma oregonense Murrill
When: 2012-02-20
Herbarium specimen reported
0 Sequences

Notes:
Ganoderma Oregonense? The pore surface as covered with the lacquery substance. It was growing on fallen pine near the root base.

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“Why would you want to consume it anyway?”
By: ndoll
2012-02-23 18:29:53 PST (-0800)

wise question – one you will not find answered in the books.

There are industry standards…

There are several ways to prepare tea
By: Britney Ramsey (Riverdweller)
2012-02-21 15:03:20 PST (-0800)

Several sites have recipes and information. I’m fairly sure you can still prepare this, as long as it isn’t moldy or black all the way through. I used the entire mushroom no matter how much is lacquered.

I make a pretty weak tea and drink it a few times a week, not bad!

It is G. oregonense
By: ndoll
2012-02-21 14:40:53 PST (-0800)

There are special ways to prepare this fungus. It is a recipe passed down.

Reishi is not for medicine, and not a play toy. It is a spiritual fungus

Ganoderma
By: Byungchul Kim (Williamsfw26)
2012-02-20 19:54:02 PST (-0800)

I thought they were made into tea and consumed like Ganoderma lucidum?. Am I wrong?.

Probably
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2012-02-20 19:49:30 PST (-0800)

Why would you want to consume it anyway?

Ganoderma oregonense?
By: Byungchul Kim (Williamsfw26)
2012-02-20 19:47:28 PST (-0800)

The underside is no longer white and looks varnished like on the top. Does that mean this is no good for consumption?

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