Mushrooms — not to be confused with the psychedelic kind and the other thousands of non-edible varieties — actually have really awesome antiinflammatory properties. Commercially grown, aka, edible mushrooms like truffles, oyster, shiitake and portobello mushrooms are rich in potassium, selenium, copper, magnesium and iron. They also include B vitamins, riboflavin, niacin, and are the only vegetable or fruit that is a natural source of Vitamin D.
All these things are unbelievably healthy, but it’s the phenols and other antioxidants that offer anti-inflammatory properties. A study on oyster mushrooms found that due to its antioxidant components such as flavonoids, phenolics and polysaccharides