dried and frozen mushrooms. Morel mushrooms contain vitamin B1, B2, C, D, PP, A, as well as phosphorus, calcium, potassium, ash, etc. Fresh morels contain 3% nitrogenous substances, 1% sugar and many aromatic substances. Morels contain poisonous acid, which evaporates when mushrooms are dried, and when cooked passes into water, which is drained. Spring morel snowdrop mushrooms are not only a delicacy. In ancient times, our ancestors successfully used them to treat rheumatism and other diseases of the joints - they prepared tincture from hats and rubbed them into sore spots. Ancient healers used morels to treat myopia, hyperopia and even cataracts. More than 50 years ago, European scientists proved that morel preparations actually strengthen weakened eye muscles. And these properties in morels are expressed many times stronger than in the famous blueberry. The flesh of morels is waxy white, thin, brittle, with a pleasant mushroom smell and taste.

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