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3/22/2013--Shelton, WA, USA..Paul Stamets (57)(right) works with Bulmaro Solana, an employee at Fungi Perfecti, discussing mushroom cultures in the production facilities at the mushroom farm in Shelton, WASH., south of Seattle. Here they discuss cultures of Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus), a mushroom having compounds (erinacines and hericenones) that regrow myelin on the axons of nerves, potentially a research pathway to fighting Alzheimer's and dementia..Paul Stamets is an American mycologist, author, and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal mushrooms and owner of Fungi Perfecti, a family run business that specializes in making gourmet and medicinal mushrooms...©2013 Stuart Isett. All rights reserved.