MUSHROOM HAIR is the new ‘super mushrooms’, and it’s time we all got a handle on it.
Mushrooms are a popular ingredient in many traditional dishes, but the ‘super-fungi’ in them are actually quite small, and don’t grow in very big quantities.
The term ‘super’ is used to describe mushrooms that are about twice the size of the standard mushrooms (about 0.7-1.2 kilograms), and therefore much larger in terms of mass.
But the term ‘hyper-fumigant’ comes into play when we hear of the growth of super-fums, which are the huge growths that are found on super-hills and mountainsides.
Super-fumes are a very big deal for the health-conscious, but they can cause serious side effects.
Many people think of superfums as a way to combat bad breath, but it’s actually actually quite harmful for the lungs, the brain and other tissues.
One study found that people who had superfumes had a greater risk of dying from COVID-19.
Mushroom superfumings are also not beneficial to the skin, but research has shown that they do protect the skin from UV-A damage.
As well as being bad for your lungs, super-foliage also contributes to skin cancer, and can lead to premature skin aging.
However, there is a lot of anecdotal evidence to support the health benefits of superfoliage, and we should all be aware of it, especially if we eat super-foods.
A recent review found that the amount of supergreens consumed by Australian people is significantly higher than in Europe and Japan.
If you’re still not convinced, here’s how to reduce your risk of super mushroom hair: If you have superfume hair, don’t worry – it doesn’t have to be super-bald.
Just use a thin, light layer of superfoam over the hair, leaving a thin film over your hair.
This will help the hair to absorb more of the superfuminant and prevent it from drying out.
You can also apply superfoams to the scalp and scalp massage or your face to help reduce hair loss and reduce the appearance of supermushrooms.