PDF | Auricularia auricula-judae was previously considered a single species, but was recently demonstrated to be a species complex. Auricularia auricula-judae. This month’s fungus, Auricularia auricula-judae, is one of the jelly fungi. All of the jelly fungi are Basidiomycota with unusual jelly- like. Brief summary. No one has contributed a brief summary to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Auricularia auricula-judae. Add a brief summary to this.
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Chinese medicine is based on treating the body and mind as a miniature universe, in which every individual is unique and where health depends upon the balance of yin and yang.
Auricularia auricula-judae – Wikipedia
Retrieved 20 September Barrett attributes “such multiplication of names” to “the wide distribution of the Judas’ ear, its ability to grow upon many different kinds of decaying wood, and to its great variation in size, colour and shape”. Contact our curators Dr. As well as the auuricularia synonyms from Bulliard, Fries and Berkeley, there are numerous other auricula-uudae names. Table of Contents Section 3: Another chemical extracted from the species was an acidic auricula-hudae made up of mostly mannoseglucoseglucuronic acid and xylose which showed anticoagulant properties.
There are reports on its effectiveness in reducing the blood glucose levels in KK-Ay mice that are genetically obese and have diabetic syndromes such as, hyperglycemia, hyperinsulinemia, glucosuria and severe insulin resistance. Specimen record 2.
These dried specimens from the collection illustrated in Fig. In contrast to this idea of balancing forces to aurjcularia health, the Western method of looking at the body takes it as something that is made ill by viruses, bacteria and other external influences.
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Auricularia auricula-judae is similar to A. Writing inherbalist John Pechey described A. Auricularia auricula-judae A young specimen growing on fallen wood Scientific classification Kingdom: Views Read Edit View history.
Why it should have gone out of use is difficult to understand considering its position in traditional treatment of all the diseases it is supposed to be able to help and cure. Blogs about medical mycology.
Unicellular and filamentous levels of organization. Auricularia auricula-judae has been the subject of research into possible medicinal applications. No other cookies than the ones mentioned above are used on our websites. Auricularia grows in groves of trees, on logs and dead branches.
The fertile surface of one of the specimens shown in Fig. A typical reddish-brown specimen of tree-ear. It was used as a poultice to treat inflammations of the eye,  as well as a palliative for throat problems.
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Obligate or homotypic synonyms: They have also been aurifula-judae to have antitumor, cardiovascular and hypocholesterolemia, antiviral, antibacterial and antiparasitic effects . In Jews’ ears something is conceived extraordinary from the name, which is in propriety but fungus sambucinusor an excrescence about the roots of elder, and concerneth not the nation of the Jews, but Judas Iscariot, upon a conceit he wuricula-judae on this tree; and is become a famous medicine in quinsies, sore throats, and strangulations, ever since.
There seemed to be no relationship between the symptoms it was claimed to cure and the networks and so I suppose that maybe there are many complicated systems in their medical practices that I have not found out about and that possibly there is an explanation in the old Chinese literature.
The translation “Jew’s Ear” appeared in English by Any condition s All condition s. I suppose that, as people in China progress to a more Western like society, complete with western science and technology, they will necessarily begin to shift their perceptions of the way the body and world function.