A black truffle also called a Fagottocellata is a succulent fleshy mushroom that has a sweet, pungent flavor. It is one of only two species in the world known to grow on limestone or rock salt deposits, the other being the common Stropharia canicola. The mushrooms are found in the south of Italy, particularly in Tuscany and Umbria. Although they are often eaten raw they also make good table salt, especially in Italy.
A truffle is actually the fruiting body of an aspergillus fungus, mostly one of several species of the family Tuberculaceae. The fungi, which live in damp, dark environments, produce a variety of sulfur-producing compounds. Other members of this family, such as leek, chives, shallots, and onions also have a similar flavor.
The black truffle fungi, also called Fagottocellata Fungi are commonly found in the human digestive tracts. They also thrive in the intestines of animals, especially in the stomachs of cattle and pigs. Because of their ability to produce sulfur, the fungi tend to infect the mucous membranes of the upper part of the intestines, especially near the surface. Once there, they reproduce rapidly, causing infection of the lining. In some cases, the mucous membrane becomes so inflamed that it bursts.
The aspergillus fungi also infect the skin, causing blister-like lesions in the lesions. They cause reddening, burning, and itching of the skin, but the symptoms are often milder than those produced by other fungi. They can also affect the hair follicles, causing breakage and balding.
A truffle, like other fungi, can be killed by freezing, but that approach can damage the aspergillus fungi, as well as other plant or animal products that have been treated with them. Therefore, it is important to treat infected mushrooms as soon as possible and store them tightly in glass jars or boxes for later use.
Black truffles are among the most poisonous of all fungi, as the black coloring of their skin is actually a defense mechanism against predators. This coloration protects the fungi from ultraviolet radiation that is harmful to them. They also have high levels of vitamin C, making them resistant to decay caused by oxygen and air. The fungus can also be killed by heat, but this process also destroys the spores that produce the sulfur-producing compounds.
If you are looking for a good health boost, consider adding aspergillus fungi to your diet as a dietary supplement. The fungi are high in vitamins, which help maintain the body's good health. They may also help fight bacteria and other microorganisms that cause infection, such as those that cause urinary tract infections.
To use the aspergillus fungi for medicinal purposes, crush a small amount of it into a fine powder and mix it with other ingredients in the mouth. If it is applied topically, apply a small amount into the affected area and let it stand on the skin for a few minutes. Then rinse with warm water. If the powder has a strong odor, it could be an indication that another fungus is also growing.
It is not necessary to consume truffle salt to help fight aspergillus fungi. In fact, the salt does not even need to come into contact with the body at all. Since the truffles are so small, it will not even touch the skin, being quickly broken down when it is chewed or ground into powder.
Although there are many reports of the benefits of black truffles and salt, some people believe that it can trigger a heart attack. That is not the case, however. Salt is considered a natural antiseptic, and it also contains magnesium and potassium, which can lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of high blood pressure. The potassium content helps to control stomach muscles, making them less tense.
However, if you suffer from asthma, the effects of aspergillus can worsen the condition. Because it is so difficult for the respiratory tract to properly eliminate the toxins, asthmatics should avoid taking aspergillus salt, or any other supplements containing it, while they are in the treatment phase.
It should also be noted that because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties, aspergillus fungi can be fatal when mixed with other medicines or products. If you have ever had the flu or sinus problems, or arthritis, then you should not take black truffle salt or any other products containing it. The best advice, therefore, is to avoid these items entirely until your symptoms have gone.