Blue Moon Tea (Room 920)
Order Blue Moon Tea by Room 920 is infused with amazonian cubensis mushrooms. This package contains one serving and we suggest to steep the loose tea in 1 cup of hot water for 3-5 minutes. Consuming mushrooms in the form of tea can cause the effects of the shrooms to be more intense. We suggest users to consume with caution and be wary of their dosages.
Each Blue Moon Tea contains 1 Gram of Amazonian Cubensis
Ingredients: Organic Ginger, Organic Lemongrass, Blue Pea Flowers, Amazonian Cubensis
Historically, mycology was a branch of botany because, although fungi are evolutionarily more closely related to animals than to plants, this was not recognized until a few decades ago. Pioneer mycologists included Elias Magnus Fries, Christian Hendrik Persoon, Anton de Bary, Elizabeth Eaton Morse, Lewis David von Schweinitz.
Order Blue Moon Tea developed a system for classifying the imperfect fungi by spore color and form, which became the primary system used before classification by DNA analysis. He is most famous for his Sylloge, which was a comprehensive list of all of the names that had been used for mushrooms. Sylloge is still the only work of this kind that was both comprehensive for the botanical kingdom Fungi and reasonably modern.
Many fungi produce toxins, antibiotics, and other secondary metabolites. For example, the cosmopolitan (worldwide) genus Fusarium and their toxins associated with fatal outbreaks of alimentary toxic aleukia in humans were extensively studied by Abraham Joffe.
Fungi are fundamental for life on earth in their roles as symbionts, e.g. in the form of mycorrhizae, insect symbionts, and lichens. Many fungi are able to break down complex organic biomolecules such as lignin, the more durable component of wood, and pollutants such as xenobiotics, petroleum, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. By decomposing these molecules, fungi play a critical role in the global carbon cycle.
Fungi and other organisms traditionally recognized as fungi, such as oomycetes and myxomycetes (slime molds), often are economically and socially important, as some cause diseases of animals (including humans) and of plants.Order Blue Moon Tea
Apart from pathogenic fungi, many fungal species are very important in controlling the plant diseases caused by different pathogens. For example, species of the filamentous fungal genus Trichoderma are considered one of the most important biological control agents as an alternative to chemical-based products for effective crop diseases management.
Field meetings to find interesting species of fungi are known as ‘forays’, after the first such meeting organized by the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club in 1868 and entitled “A foray among the funguses”[sic].
Some fungi can cause disease in humans and other animals – The study of pathogenic fungi that infect animals is referred to as medical mycology.