The current one points to some weird subpage of a funding institution with a short video that must have some concrete connection to whoever does the video scripts at facebook.
All fungi I'm aware of (like humans) are heterotrophs (meaning they can't make their own food from raw materials) but must consume something that is (or was) living to survive.
Here's my favorite study showing a blend of Turkey Tail and Reishi eliminating high-risk (oncogenic) HPV in 88% of subjects vs. 5% control in a 2-month period:
Mushrooms are no joke.
Does anyone know of an overview of evidence-based treatments based on fungi?
A good starting point is the Beckley Foundation - http://beckleyfoundation.org/
Lysergic acid related compounds are not unique from fungi tho. LSA is found in some botanical species like morning glory.
But I digress
I sometimes feel I should change field completele and study mycology due to the things I've read and seen from him !
Combining those two with Vitamin B3 (Niacin) supposedly does wonders for circulation or something along those lines. I can only attest that the niacin flush makes me want to rub and massage my body everywhere because it feels so nice and warm.
(Note: long term daily extreme doses of Niacin may contribute to liver problems)
having solid references for western studies would take some digging. I think the effects are similar to garlic?
It's been a while since I've read that info.
If you're in the neighborhood of Oregon, they're hosting a fungi conference there next month: https://radicalmycology.com/
The link by OP posts to the project showcase page at Kew.