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Botanical Name Agaricus campestris
Family Agaricaceae
Origin Unknown
Description Agaricus campestris is a type of edible mushroom that is commonly known as the field mushroom or meadow mushroom. It has a white cap that can grow up to 10 cm in diameter, and its gills turn pink as the mushroom matures.
Parts Used Fruiting body
Dose The recommended dose of Agaricus campestris varies depending on the intended use and the individual’s age, health, and other factors. It is typically consumed as a food, and there are no established guidelines for medicinal use.