Amanita phalloides- death cap

Amanita phalloides- death cap

Among the known mushrooms, this is the most toxic for man. All parts of mushrooms, including spores are toxic. Toxins remain stable for several years. It is recommended to wash your hands well after working with this mushroom.

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Resin, resin collection and consequences of collecting resin

Resin, resin collection and consequences of collecting resin

The resin is exudative product of some plants. Natural resins are usually of vegetable origin and are characterized by a solid composition at room temperature, insoluble in water and partial or complete solubility in the alcohol. Resins in nature occur primarily or by secondary or exist as such in the resin canals plants, and serve as a defensive asset when incurred injury, or secondary secreted […]

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Essential oils from significant species in forestry

Essential oils from significant species in forestry

Aromatherapy (aroma = smell) represents plant therapy with essential oils that are used as means for healing, relaxation, body care, etc. Essential oils are volatile aromatic products obtained by distillation or other suitable process of plants. One of the oldest methods for obtaining essential oils is a steam distillation. In Europe, the production of essential oil distillation started in the 16th century.

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Purpose of use Mushrooms and Code mushroom picking

Purpose of use Mushrooms and Code mushroom picking

Purpose of use mushrooms Fungi play an important role in the production and decomposition of organic matter (symbiosis, pathogen saprophyte). The use of mushrooms for human consumption Except for human consumption, mushrooms are used to feed farm animals, rabbits, as well as for feeding crustaceans and fish (carp) in freshwater ponds Because the use of mushroom medicinal properties (pharmacological-medicinal effect) Aesthetic function in park forests […]

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Medicinal herbs (Blueberry and Mint)

Medicinal herbs (Blueberry and Mint)

For medicinal and poisonous properties of plants are known since ancient times. About 50% of the total number of drugs that are produced in the world as a raw material base used matters of plant origin. To provide a sufficient amount of herbal products used not only wild plants, but also artificially cultivated on plantations. Revenue from this kind of exploitation of forests and forest […]

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