Degrading plastics then curing cancer using Aspergillus nidulans with Berl Oakley
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Berl Oakley and his team are using Aspergillus nidulans to degrade plastic and then using the secondary metabolites to then cure cancer, make antibiotics, statins, antifungals and more to save people's lives. Talk about killing two birds with one stone. Berl Oakley is the Irving Johnson Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Kansas dedicating the last 40+ years to solving the world's biggest problems with fungi. Sign up for our podcast giveaway here. Our next winner will be selected on October 30, 2023 and contacted via email. www.mushroomrevival.com We are a functional mushroom company and make 100% certified USDA Organic and Vegan mushroom supplements. We are transparent with our lab results, and use actual fruiting bodies aka mushrooms! We provide our supplements in tincture, capsule, powder, and delicious gummy form.  Energy (Cordyceps): Need a little pick-me-up before a workout or when you’re picking up your kids from school? The Energy Cordyceps is the mushy match for you. Focus (Lion’s Mane):  Needing a little more focus in your daily life? Lion’s Mane is known to be the mushroom for the brain and may support cognitive function. Calm (Reishi): Looking for some tranquility and zen in your life? Reishi will bring you into the zen state of mind you’ve been searching for. Daily 10 (Mushroom Mix): It’s like having 10 bodyguard mushrooms fighting off all those bad guys. This is a good place to start as it contains all of the daily mushies you need.  Not sure where to begin? Take our mushroom quiz here. Use code ‘PODTREAT’ for a 30% discount.
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