Cloud Ear Fungus (Auricularia polytricha)

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Hi guys, Christmas is around the corner, double the joy as you buy our Mushroom Box this year. For every Moku-moku Mushroom Box purchased, we will send one mushroom growing bag to St. Nicholas’ Home in Penang. We are going to build them a mini mushroom farm this year! Make this Christmas a blissful and meaningful one. Have a Merry Christmas!

- Moku-moku Team


Moku-moku DIY Mushroom Box (Cloud Ear Fungus )

  • Grow your own cloud ear fungus, a.k.a black jelly fungus.

  • Easy growing: Open, Mist, and Grow!

  • Indoors - Place it in your kitchen or in your office. No sunlight required!

  • 100% Pesticide Free: No pesticide is used.


What you get?

  • Moku-moku DIY Mushroom Box - cloud ear fungus, a.k.a black jelly fungus.

  • A FREE Mist Sprayer (watering kit) worth RM3.50.

  • Collectible bookmarks!

  • Instruction Manual


What to expect?

  • It takes more than 3 weeks to grow and reach maturity.

  • Water it more than 3 times a day. It needs a lot of water to grow.

  • A perfect gift for parents/adults/seniors.

  • Applicable for One to One Replacement Policy.


Do you know?

  1. The cloud ear fungus that you buy at the supermarket are usually the dried version imported from China. This means you hardly have the chance to buy fresh cloud ear fungus in Malaysia. So getting our Moku-moku DIY mushroom Box will guarantee you a fresh, soft and jelly like growing experience that you will never forget.

  2. It is rich in protein, fiber, calcium and zinc and low in fat. (Lu & Tang, 1986)

  3. It has hypocholesterolemia properties (lowers cholesterol levels in blood) (Kaneda & Tokuda, 1966)

  4. It has hypolipidemic properties (lowers lipid concentration in blood) (Yang et al., 2002)

  5. It has Antibacterial effects against Gram-positive bacteria (Lu & Tang, 1986)



(a) Wild About Mushrooms: Ear Mushrooms

(b) Medicine at Your Feet: Plants and Food

(c) Kaneda, T. and Tokuda, S. (1966) Effects of various mushroom preparations on cholesterol levels in rats. Journal of Nutrition 90: 371-376.

(d) Lu, J. V. and Tang, A. V. (1986) Cellulolytic enzymes and antibacterial activity of Auricularia polytricha. Journal of Food Science 51(3): 668-669.

(e) Yang, B. K., Ha, J. Y., Jeong, S. C., Jeon, Y. J., Ra, K. S., Das, S., Yun, J. W., and Song, C. H. (2002) Hypolipidemic effect of an exo-biopolymer produced from submerged mycelial culture of Auricularia polytricha in rats. Biotechnology Letters 24: 1319-1325.



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